John W. Carlton was a Professor of Preaching at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. The service begins with a brief announcement and prayer (0:00-2:06). Afterward, Ephesians 4:11-16 is read (2:07-3:24), which is followed by a time of singing (3:25-9:47). Carlton begins his sermon on truth and love. He states that often people are too concerned with falsely keeping up appearances (9:48-12:07). He then explains that there are two aspects needed for authentic relationships, truth and love (12:08-16:16). Carlton continues by demonstrating that Christ came incarnate in truth and love (16:17-17:15). He explains the finite knowledge of humanity, illustrating the need for God (17:16-20:29). He concludes by explaining that believers must seek the truth and love of God and become spiritual realists (20:30-22:38). He closes prayer (22:39-23:21).
John W. Carlton was Professor of Preaching. The service opens with a word of prayer (00:00-03:02). The speaker reads from Luke 2:41-52 (03:03-05:17). A woman sings a song of worship (05:18-09:43). Carlton speaks about curiosity and its reputation for leading to misery, but he argues that curiosity can lead us to knowing and loving God more (09:44-23:42). Carlton ends the service with a prayer (23:43-24:47).
John W. Carlton was Professor of Preaching. The service begins with a word of prayer and a Scripture reading from Matthew 11:1-8 (00:00-03:47). A woman sings a song of worship (03:48-10:21). Carlton reads from Matthew 11:1-8 and he delivers a sermon about finding rest and satisfactions in the person of Christ and his ministry (10:22-23:32). Carlton ends the service with a prayer (23:33-24:16).