[Student Sermons by an Unidentified Man]


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Isaac R. Clark Memorial Collection

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circa 1968

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An unidentified Interdenominational Theological Center student delivers several sermons titled “Commitment for Keeping at It”, and “Laying Your All on the Alter” in Dr. Isaac R. Clark’s homiletics class.

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00:00:06 Audio begins with prayer.

00:01:41 Introduces the 3rd gospel.

00:03:11 Introduces Luke 11:5.

00:05:25 Introduces sermon: Commitment for Keeping at It.

00:07:59 Talks about how all too often people throw in the towel in the middle of the fight.

00:16:00 Talks about quitting the first time makes it easier the next time.

00:16:38 Talks about two basic things that must be done in order to have commitment for keeping at it.

00:24:54 Talks about praying to be steadfast.

00:29:55 Talks about reason why it is important to stay steadfast.

00:32:30 Sermon ends.

00:32:48 Prayer.

00:34:20 Introduces Daniel 3:13-18.

00:38:12 Introduces sermon: Laying Your All on the Alter.

00:42:55 Talks about pseudo Christians and indecisiveness.

00:48:39 Talks about ITC colleagues making a vow to do God’s will.

00:53:18 Suggests two things to be done to lay all on the alter.

00:58:07 Talks about importance of recognizing finiteness.

01:01:48 Sermon ends.


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