The Eternal Purpose of God and the Church (CCC Seminar – Session 1: Part 3)

Session 1 of the CCC seminar wraps up in this post with a look at the place and calling of the Church in the eternal purpose. This is where God’s supreme plan for the ages becomes practically outworked on earth through people like you and me!  It is only as we view the Church through the lens of God’s eternal purpose that we are able to perceive the true nature of our high calling in Christ!

Part 3 is broken down into a playlist of the following sub-sections:

  1. The Church in relation to the Father and the Son in the eternal purpose (4:24)
  2. The Church in relation to the Holy Spirit in the eternal purpose (4:57)
  3. The Church’s calling to be conformed to the eternal purpose, and a final prayer. (5:36)

If you wish to listen to any of the previous parts of this teaching, you may do so by following this link to the permanent page for this series now posted in the “Audio” section.  Included there is also the “Introduction” part of the session which was not shared previously in these posts. (This includes an interactive exercise the group participated in which was really quite fun as well as spiritually challenging! 🙂 )

(You may also download/listen to the full mp3 recording of Part 3 with the following link.)

The Eternal Purpose of God and the Church – Part 3 full

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Related posts and pages:

Audio teaching: “The Eternal Purpose of God and the Church” (CCC Seminar – Session 1 complete)

Lessons From a Lenticular Puzzle – Part 1: The Puzzle of Puzzles

Our Deepest Convictions

Co-Laboring With God

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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