[Works of God] (video)
July 29, God Speaks
Bishop J. Howard Dell collection
This recording begins with singing and a welcome message. Dell introduces guest speaker Dr. Henry H. Mitchell, who reads Psalms 66:5 and talks about the works of God in church and in history. He talks about the release of Nelson Mandela and states that God is the keeper of history and controls all the world. He talks about Abraham Lincoln, stating how he did not free the slaves by signing the paperwork and talks about the treatment of Blacks during the civil war.
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Dell, J. Howard and Miller, Henry H., "[Works of God] (video)" (1990). J. Howard Dell Collection, Audio-Visual Recordings. Recording 783.
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