[Student Sermon by Charles King]


Charles King

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Isaac R. Clark Memorial Collection

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circa 1967

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Interdenominational Theological Center student Charles King delivers two sermons titled “Moving toward Responsible Living with Power “ and “Pathways to Maturity”.

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00:00:06 Audio begins with Charles King delivering thanksgiving and prayer.

00:00:53 Introduces text John 5:1-15.

00:04:55 Introduces sermon: Moving toward Responsible Living with Power.

00:11:14 Gives example of the ITC and how during the week of finals many procrastinate.

00:18:41 Talks about how the text suggests to rise up to be a man or woman operating under God.

00:28:35 Talks about how the text suggests to go forward like a creature made in the image and likeness of God.

00:34:39 Talks about how the text suggests removing oneself from the pool of false help.

00:37:15 Sermon ends.

00:37:58 Prayer.

00:38:08 Introduces the text of Matthew.

00:41:58 Introduces sermon: Pathways to Maturity.

00:42:18 Talks about how things can be dangerous to church and society.

00:54:20 Talks about how heritage must be observed.

01:03:30 Illustrates seeking various people who are equipped to give adequate instructions.

01:07:37 Audio cuts off.

01:07:41 Audio begins again with Charles King praying.

01:08:12 Introduces the text of Matthew.

01:11:36 Introduces sermon: Pathways to Maturity.

01:23:02 Talks about why maturity deserves immediate attention.

01:29:14 Talks about school on doctrine and heritage.

01:35:58 Audio ends.


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