B. Elmo Scoggin was Professor of Old Testament. A scripture reading and prayer begins the service from 0:16-4:37. Dr. Scoggin preaches from 4:40-12:27. The title of his message was “Be Still and Know.” Scoggin encourages the minister to be against timidity and look to grow in all areas of ministry.
B. Elmo Scoggin was Professor of Old Testament. The service begins with a prayer from 0:00-2:59. Dr. Scoggin speaks from 3:09-13:58. Scoggin teaches the chapel about the Chapel Committee. He shares what the purpose of the committee is, what they seek to accomplish, and asks the students to voice their questions and criticisms.
B. Elmo Scoggin was Professor of Old Testament. The service begins in prayer from 0:00-1:40. Dr. Scoggin speaks from 1:50-25:58. Scoggin preaches on the importance of Baptists and the mission of evangelism. He encourages those in chapel to be true ministers of the word of God. Dr. Scoggin closes in prayer from 26:02-27:07.
B. Elmo Scoggin was Professor of Old Testament. This service was dedicated to prayer. An order of events to the service is given from 0:20-2:58. The first prayer is given from 3:05-4:32. A second prayer is given from 4:37-6:00. A third prayer is offered from 6:11-8:08. A responsive reading occurs from 8:15-10:28. Dr. Scoggin speaks on the cross of Christ from 10:39-13:12. A closing prayer is offered from 13:20-14:32. Part of the message repeats itself from 14:35-20:37.
B. Elmo Scoggin was Professor of Old Testament. The service begins with prayer from 0:00-3:16. Scoggin speaks from 3:22-13:52. Scoggin exhorts the students to trust in God and all that He can do for them. Closing music plays from 14:03-15:04. The service closes in prayer from 15:20-15:35.
B. Elmo Scoggin was Professor of Old Testament. The service begins with a scripture reading and music from 0:00-1:45. Various verses from Deuteronomy 4 and 7 are read from 1:50-5:09. A hymn is sung from 5:11-8:58. A prayer is offered from 9:05-11:49. Music plays from 11:57-13:39. Dr. Scoggin speaks from 13:48-21:16. Scoggin preaches on the doctrine of election.
B. Elmo Scoggin was Professor of Old Testament. The service begins with prayer from 0:00-3:27. Dr. Scoggin is introduced from 3:33-5:12. Music is played from 5:22-8:32. Dr. Scoggin speaks from 8:45-36:33. His sermon is titled, "We Are the Called." Scoggin shares how missions is the life stream of the church. He notes that without missions the church will be dying. Music plays again from 36:34-40:22. Closing remarks are made from 40:23-40:35. Closing music is played from 40:36-41:36.
B. Elmo Scoggin was Professor of Old Testament. Dr. Scoggin makes an announcement and opens in prayer from 0:00-1:24. Scoggin offers a prayer of confession from 1:35-3:38. Scoggin leads another prayer of repentance from 3:50-7:06. Scoggin closes the prayer service in another word of prayer from 7:13-7:25.