Central Streaming: The Purest Gospel

Paul’s Letter to the Romansapostle-paul

Martin Luther call this letter “the purest gospel.”  Romans begins with grace and takes us into “the obedience of faith.”

Romans 01.01-17.pdf

Romans 01.01-17.mp3

Central Streaming: All Things New

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  • What would we think of a world in which all sin and all evil came to an end?  That is what we see at the end of Revelation.

Rev 21-22.pdf

Rev 21-22.mp3

Central Streaming: Christ to the Churches

20J.P.BRETEGNIERLECHANDELIERVITRAILDHERICOURTBlessed is the one who reads aloud the words of this prophecy, and blessed are those who hear, and who keep what is written in it, for the time is near. (Revelation 1:3 ESV)

Rev 1-3.pdf

Rev 1-3.mp3

Central Reflections: Marks of Conversion (or not)

Top-10Barry Atwell walks us through the Letter of 1 John, pointing out the Top Ten Marks of Conversion.  These can give us assurance that we are truly born again.  The lack of these marks, or the presence of their opposite, would indicate that our conversion has never happened.

          1 John.mp3 (Barry Atwell)

          1 John.pdf

Central Reflections: Forging a Common Identity

Edmund Clowney 1917-2005.jpgWe are united to Christ; the living stones are joined to the cornerstone. In that way the church becomes the true house of God. Peter’s language is corporate. He thinks of the spiritual temple, not as the body of an individual believer, but as the body of believers, the company of those who are joined to Christ.

– Edmund Clowney (1917 – 2005)

1 Peter 2.1-12.pdf                 1 Peter 2.1-12.mp3