Saved by Grace – Ephesians 2:1-10

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Saved by Grace – Ephesians 2:1-10

After praying that our hearts would be opened, Paul now describes in greater detail what it means to be saved.

 

Ephesians 2.01-10.pdf        Ephesians 2.01-10.mp3

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Every Spiritual Blessing: Ephesians 1:1-14

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Every Spiritual Blessing
Ephesians 1:1-14

Paul begins this letter praising God for all he has done for us.  It turns out God has done an awful lot.

Ephesians 1.01-14.pdf

Ephesians 1.01-14.mp3

 

Central Streaming: Complete Transformation

Paul’s Letter to the Romans

Douglas Moo

 

Theology, in other words, includes in its nature an implicit call to transform one’s life, to adjust our thinking and our acting in accordance with the truth of God in Christ. 

– Douglas Moo,
Wheaton Graduate School

Romans 12.1-2.pdf 

Romans 12.1-2.mp3

Central Streaming: God’s Gracious Plan

Paul’s Letter to the Romansapostle-paul

Unity in diversity is not only possible among God’s people, it is part of God’s gracious plan.

Rom 9.1-11.36.pdf

Rom 9.1-11.36.mp3

Central Streaming: God’s Gift of Grace

Paul’s Letter to the Romansapostle-paul

Since we possess no righteousness of our own, faith is our only option.  This is grace.  This is God’s gift, offered to unrighteous sinners.

Rom 3.21-8.39.pdf

Rom 3.21-8.39.mp3

Central Streaming: Our Need for Grace

Paul’s Letter to the RomansMartin Luther King 1929-1968

[S]o many … dedicated people, having no one but themselves to save themselves, end up disillusioned … They are disillusioned because they started out with a great illusion. For them there is no sinner or no sin …      

– Martin Luther King, Jr (1929-1968)

Rom 1.18-3.20.pdf

Rom 1.18-3.20.mp3