Title

[Student Sermons by Bethel Hendrix and an Unidentified Man]

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Collection

Isaac R. Clark Memorial Collection

Document Type

Audio

Date Information

circa 1966

Playing Time

00:56:28

Abstract

Interdenominational Theological Center students Bethel B. Hendricks Jr. and an unidentified student deliver sermons titled “Confidence in Spite of Negative Predicaments” and “Standards for Working Right Under God” in Dr. Isaac. R. Clark homiletics class.

File Name

auc.117.b30t25.00000000.aud0137

Comments

00:00:07 Bethel B. Hendricks Jr. prays.

00:01:04 Introduces Daniel 3:16-18.

00:04:07 Introduces sermon: Confidence in Spite of Negative Predicaments.

00:11:01 Talks about why it is important to raise the question of confidence, because without it people will find themselves running scared.

00:15:38 Talks about remembering when he was on the run from the Law.

00:19:30 Talks about alternatives to be considered if one is to have confidence in spite of negative predicaments.

00:25:31 Talks about the value of needing to dissolve the insecure state.

00:34:02 Talks about final alternative to consider if one is to have confidence in spite of negative predicament.

00:35:59 Sermon ends.

00:36:43 Unidentified man prays, calling attention to the book of John.

00:38:47 Introduces John 14:1-6.

00:40:24 Introduces sermon: Standards for Working Right Under God.

00:43:55 Gives example of not being able to see the good end from bad mean.

00:49:11 Considers two standards in connection with working right under God: to have mental power, and how the world’s methods are not the church’s methods.

00:55:56 Prayer.

00:56:28 Audio ends.

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