[What Will You do With Your Talent by Bishop W. Kenneth Goodson]

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Isaac R. Clark Memorial Collection

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circa 1965

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Bishop W. Kenneth Goodson preaches in the United Methodist Series on the Protestant hour. He preaches from Matthew and the parable of the talents. Bishop Goodson discusses the responsibility that comes with the talents individuals possess.

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00:00:15 Audio starts with music playing.

00:00:42 Choir sings.

00:01:46 Unidentified man introduces the United Methodist series of the Protestant Hour and speaker Bishop W. Kenneth Goodson.

00:02:03 Choir sings.

00:03:18 Unidentified man introduces the theme, “What is God Like” and the Florida choir.

00:03:34 Choir sings.

00:05:18 Unidentified man introduces scripture lesson of Matthew.

00:05:24 Bishop W. Kenneth Goodson talks about how there is no such thing on this earth as a man without any talent or a man who could do absolutely nothing.

00:08:19 Choir sings.

00:16:23 Talks about being held accountable according to the measure of our endowment.

00:22:31 Talks about how the man of one talent being cast in the outer darkness because he did nothing with his talent.

00:24:21 Ends sermon.

00:25:22 Choir sings.

00:27:27 Bishop W. Kenneth Goodson talks about how every talent we have carries a responsibility either we use it or lose it.

00:27:51 Choir sings.

00:30:19 Audio ends.


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