The Eternal Purpose of God and the Church (CCC Seminar – Session 1: Part 2)

Session 1 of the Christ-Centered Christianity seminar continues in this post with a look at the place of the Son, the Lord Jesus Christ, in the eternal purpose.

This portion is broken down into a playlist of sub-sections which focus on the following aspects of Christ in relation to the eternal purpose:

  1. The centrality of Christ  (5:41)
  2. The preeminence of Christ (4:38)
  3. The fullness of Christ  (5:32)
  4. The fullness of Christ – cont.  (4:12)
  5. The fullness of Christ – cont.  (6:11)

Although this portion of the seminar can stand well on its own, I encourage you to listen to Part 1 first, if you haven’t already, to get the context and content of the teaching to this point.  (Click here or on the link below).  That being said, this portion concerning the centrality, preeminence and fullness of Christ I feel is the high point of Session 1, so I do hope that you will take time to listen to it through. I pray that you are spiritually enriched as you do.

All blessings in Him,
David

The Eternal Purpose of God and the Church – Part 2 – mp3 complete (right click and select “Save Link As…” to download)

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Related posts and pages:

The Eternal Purpose of God and the Church (CCC Seminar – Session 1: Part 1)

A Copernican-Style Revelation and Revolution (“Christ the Center” series revisited – Part 1)

The Heart of the Matter (“Christ the Center” series revisited – Part 3)

Centrality and Eccentricity

About David Bolton

Following Him who is the Way; Learning of Him who is the Truth; Living in Him who is the Life. - John 14:6
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