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[Student Sermon by Cook]

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Cook Clark, Isaac R


Interdenominational Theological Center student Cook delivers two sermons titled “Getting a Handle on Life” and “A Courageous Faith” in Dr. Isaac R. Clark’s homiletics class.00:00:06 Audio begins with Cook praying. 00:00:40 Talks about how words of prayer was taking from song, “Speak to me Lord”. 00:03:00 Introduces sermon: Getting a Handle on Life. 00:04:15 Talks about how people who use the wrong formula of life end up dumb founded. 00:09:35 Talks about why the issue of pursuing a meaningful norm is important. 00:14:41 Considers three ways that will enable one to find great ease in getting a handle on life so that one may be able to share in the abundant life. 00:24:43 Talks about knowing when to swing into action is important as preachers. 00:32:59 Sermon ends. 00:38:17 Cook says it is good to see all in attendance, and how the day will go down in history as the first time he has built a sermon to a homiletical blueprint. 00:42:42 Introduces sermon: A Courageous Faith, and text of 1 Kings 18:17. 00:53:04 Talks about prophets of tomorrow. 01:00:35 Talks about the reason one asks themselves important questions is because ministry hinges on the questions. 01:07:42 Talks about what he means by a divine compulsion and man as a free moral agent. 01:13:34 Audio ends.Isaac R. Clark Memorial Collection, Audio-Visual Recordings
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1963 01 01
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