The service begins with prayer (00:00-03:54). Dr. Binkley introduces the speaker, William W. Leathers, Jr., who was the pastor of First Baptist Church in Henderson, NC (03:55-06:22). His message focuses on an event in the life of David when he sought refuge with his enemy, the Philistines, due to low faith, from 1 Samuel 30:6 (06:23-10:02). He discusses three paradoxes/alternatives/dilemmas which frequently face people: the matter of faith or frustration (10:03-11:17), the matter of prayer or paralysis (11:18-13:08), and the alternative of obedience or obstinancy (13:09-15:00). He recalls the persuasive preaching of George Pruitt, in which he said, “obedience is the song for a thousand victories” (15:01-17:31). He ends his time in prayer (17:32-18:12).