"The Silence of God," Sermon
Dr. Helmut Theilicke (1908-1986) was a German Protestant theologian and chancellor of the University of Hamburg from 1960 to 1978. In this sermon, Dr. Theilicke addresses some obstacles that hinder God’s people from having faith. He stresses the importance of keeping the faith throughout God’s silent moments. Dr. Theilicke references different Biblical stories where different people showed great faith during difficult times. He also uses God’s silence while Jesus was on the cross as an illustration of how some of the greatest deliverances and blessings come during God’s silent moments.
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Theilicke, Helmut, ""The Silence of God," Sermon" (1963). Interdenominational Theological Center Audio Visual Collection, Audio Recordings. Recording 15.