[Student Sermon on Babylon and Spanish Lessons]


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Isaac R. Clark Memorial Collection

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circa 1968

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An unidentified female student at the Interdenominational Theological Center delivers a sermon titled “Leaving Babylon”. Following this sermon are Spanish lessons.

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00:00:21 Audio begins with unidentified woman praying.

00:1:19 Introduces Jeremiah 50: 1-8.

00:02:35 Talks about the people of Israel and the people of Judah coming together to seek the Lord.

00:04:28 Talks about how many religious people focus their actions on limited things.

:07:30 Introduces sermon: Leaving Babylon.

00:09:40 Talks about rising up to the fullness of one’s potential, and the issue of people having a false sense of where they are.

12:00:00 Music.

00:13:08 Spanish lessons.

00:42:58 Audio ends.


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