Title

[Kingdom in People’s Hearts] (audio)

Original Title

Promotion Day Program

Authors

J. Howard Dell

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Document Type

Audio

Date Information

1962-10-25

Collection

Bishop J. Howard Dell Collection

Playing Time

01:08:32

Abstract

This recording begins with a chorus with Dell remarking over the music. He then calls for the stand to worship, then audience singing “What a Friend We Have in Jesus” and more prayer. A man then reads Ecclesiastes 3:1 followed by “Ain’t Gonna Study War No More” sung by the children’s choir and “He Died of a Broken Heart”. A woman then testifies in the form of a poem and talks about self-respect. Another woman then talks about the strength of worship and the church, followed by a soulful song, “Let it Be”. Dell then talks about the congregation getting promoted to another class and asks them to see what God and Jesus can do with children, citing Matthew 18. He then talks about Jesus establishing his kingdom in people’s hearts, not as the disciples thought, as they were thinking he was going to establish a political framework. He then talks about Jesus using a child as an example to the disciples as a way to be pure and get to heaven. The young people then read the Apostle’s Creed, followed by singing.

Rights

All audio content in this collection is protected by copyright or is the property of the Robert W. Woodruff Library of the Atlanta University Center, Inc., and/or the copyright holder as appropriate. For more information or to inquire about permission to publish, please contact archives@auctr.edu.

File Name

auc.118.b18t14.19621025.aud0354

Acknowledgements

The Atlanta University Center Robert W. Woodruff Library acknowledges the generous support of the National Endowment for Humanities - Humanities Collections and Reference Resources Implementation Project Grant in supporting the processing and digitization of a number of its major archival collections as part of the project: Spreading the Word: Expanding Access to African American Religious Archival Collections at the Atlanta University Center Robert W. Woodruff Library.

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