[God is Alive] (audio)
Bishop J. Howard Dell Collection
Recording begins with the singing of “Pass me not, O gentle Savior”, followed by the reading of Zachariah 3:1-2 and I Kings 22:19-20, and talks about the need for people who have seen the Lord. He warns about people lying within the church and how a lying spirit can get within people. He talks about people complaining about church size and number of workers and that they always want it to be better, but what is needed is prayer. He testifies in a call and response and talks about Isaiah’s call to God. Dell states to the congregation that they have nothing to worry about if the keep looking up to heaven. A passage from Revelations is read and Dell reads a message from a church member about how God came and spoke to him saying “I am alive”, and a woman reads Luke 2:14. He leads a call and response on how God is alive and with us all.
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Dell, J. Howard, "[God is Alive] (audio)" (1963). J. Howard Dell Collection, Audio-Visual Recordings. Recording 17.
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