[Student Sermons by Julius McAllister]

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Isaac R. Clark Memorial Collection

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circa 1967

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Interdenominational Theological Center student Julius McAllister delivers three sermons titled “Motivation for Reality Playing”, “Stimulation for Genuine Living”, and “God’s Will, Sin, Misfortune, Some Well Differences” in Dr. Isaac R. Clarks homiletics class.

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00:00:10 Audio begins with prayer.

00:00:28 Introduces Matthew 22:37-40.

00:02:12 Introduces sermon: Motivation for Reality Playing.

00:08:58 Gives example of high school classmate.

00:14:32 Sermon ends.

00:14:59 Prayer.

00:15:43 Introduces Psalms.

00:18:27 Introduces sermon: Stimulation for Genuine Living.

00:24:46 Illustrates how those in a classroom are guilty of game playing.

00:29:17 Suggests three alternatives to decide upon relative to genuine living.

00:37:56 Talks about the need to a project firm by linking program to the power from God.

00:39:29 Reviews suggestions.

00:40:09 Audio cuts off.

00:41:35 Introduces Job 1:1-19.

00:47:45 Introduces sermon: God’s Will, Sin, Misfortune, Some Well Differences.

00:52:56 Talks about a religious fanatic in rural Tennessee.

01:00:13 Illustrates how to make clear distinctions regarding the Lord’s will.

01:08:54 Talks about why we should consider life is governed by basic laws.

01:13:08 Talks about how it is important to understand misfortune comes to all.

01:14:38 Singing.

01:16:01 Audio ends.


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