"How Great Thou Art, and Singing In Heaven," Music/Sermon
In this audio recording, Earl Gain speaks about angels. Gain references the Biblical book of Isaiah chapter 6 to illustrate the role of angels as God’s messengers. He reminds the audience that angels are sinless and obedient. He mentions the Biblical book of Luke to show how angels rejoice in heaven when sinners repent. He ends the sermon by reminding the students that the place of the angel is as a servant in “the Father’s house” while humanity is to be the sons and daughters of God.
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Gain, Earl, ""How Great Thou Art, and Singing In Heaven," Music/Sermon" (1963). Interdenominational Theological Center Audio Visual Collection, Audio Recordings. Recording 17.