Central Reflections: Closing Words

Paul’s Letter to the Romansapostle-paul

As Paul brings this letter to a close, he deals with details concerning his apostleship, leaves the Romans with numerous greetings and signs off with a doxology.

Rom 15.14-16.27.pdf

Rom 15.14-16.27.mp3

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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

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

Palmer St. Podcast: Rediscovering the Book

Josiah was among the greatest kings that ever reigned in Jerusalem.  In 1 Kings 22, we will see what motivated King Josiah, namely the accidental discovery of an unusually important book.

2 Kings 22.pdf

2 Kings 22.mp3

2 Kings 22.pptx

Palmer St. Podcast: The *Work* of God’s Spirit

The ordinary becomes something extraordinary when God is involved.  The work of the Holy Spirit does not have to look supernatural.  He works through our work, using earthly materials and very human capabilities.

Exodus 31, 35-39.mp3

Exodus 31, 35-39.pdf

Exodus 31, 35-39.pptx