Title

[Student Sermons by Roosevelt Morris]

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Collection

Isaac R. Clark Memorial Collection

Document Type

Audio

Date Information

circa 1968

Playing Time

00:45:27

Abstract

Interdenominational Theological Center student Roosevelt Morris delivers sermons titled “Steps Toward Spiritual Growth” and “Procedures for Practical Christian Faith Living”.

File Name

auc.117.b31t15.00000000.aud0164

Comments

00:00:15 Audio begins with the discussion of first Peter.

00:01:37 Introduces first Peter 2:1-2.

00:02:18 Introduces sermon: Steps Toward Spiritual Growth.

00:03:23 Talks about how the text suggests that some Christians are weak spiritually and have never had a sincere desire to grow spiritually.

00:10:32 Talks about how yielding to God may involve asking God a question.

00:14:24 Talks about how illustrations show the significance of prayer and how one should spend a lot of time in prayer before a sermon.

00:17:03 Sermon ends.

00:17:40 Prayer.

00:18:08 Introduces John 5:2.

00:21:21 Introduces sermon: Procedures for Practical Christian Faith Living.

00:27:45 Talks about when you don’t realize there is a help who desires to help.

00:35:19 Talks about having a committed heart to appropriate God given faith.

00:41:30 Asks question concerning man at the pool.

00:45:27 Audio ends.

Acknowledgements

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