[Student Sermon by Theodore Ferris]

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Theodore P. Ferris delivers a sermon on guilt. In the sermon he talks about the imperfections of man.

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00:00:05 Theodore P. Ferris talks about two kinds of people who are almost impossible to deal with. The person who is blind to his imperfections and the one who is too focused on his own imperfections. Paralyzed by shortcomings.

00:04:53 Talks about Isaiah noticing not only his own imperfections but the imperfections of his people.

00:08:00 Talks about one of the Angelic attendants taking burning coal to the prophet and placing on his lips.

00:11:26 Talks about the greater the object to which you judge yourself the more unworthy you will feel .

00:13:14 Audio ends.


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