[Student Sermons by an Unidentified Student]


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Isaac R. Clark Memorial Collection

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circa 1970

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An unidentified Interdenominational Theological Center student delivers several sermon messages titled “A short Life to Live”, “Depending on God for Deliverance”, and “Committed to Life Valuable Best”.

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00:00:07 Audio begins with unidentified man reading scripture.

00:04:14 Introduces sermon: “A short Life to Live”.

00:10:21 Talks about the need to give more to life.

00:16:41 Talks about new awareness of living.

00:21:02 Talks about the need to check on the condition of the soul.

00:25:31 Sermon ends.

00:25:50 Unidentified man prays.

00:26:59 Introduces text of Isaiah 7:1-9.

00:32:34 Introduces sermon: Depending on God for Deliverance.

00:39:52 Talks about the text being useful in suggesting a top priority matter, and how it depends on God for deliverance by adopting and mastering two tasks.

00:44:01 Talks about trusting sustainer as necessary.

00:50:05 Talks about the value of text.

00:51:44 Sermon ends.

00:52:23 Prayer.

00:52:58 Introduces Matthew 13:44-46.

00:56:29 Introduces sermon: Committed to Life Valuable Best.

01:02:27 Talks about ITC students wanting to be the best.

01:06:03 Talks about matter of not deciding for the best will causing embarrassment.

01:09:22 Suggests three things to decide upon to make a commitment to life’s valuable best.

01:16:47 Talks about why hard work is so important in the actualization of goals.

01:21:51 Talks about the choice between two alternatives.

01:23:53 Sermon ends.

01:24:02 Audio ends.


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