Central Streaming: Marks of (Im)maturity

The Letters of Paulapostle-paul

The Church in Corinth was a handful for Paul.  Here are a few of the issues he had to deal with.  They are still surprisingly relevant.

                    1 Cor 1-6.pdf                    1 Cor 1-6.mp3

Central Streaming: Multicolored Wisdom

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SolomonGod’s wisdom is revealed in a variety of ways.

Proverbs 21-27.pdf          Proverbs 21-27.mp3

Palmer St. Podcast: A Church in Need of Revival

The letter to the church in Sardis:  Revivals are never born out of indifference, complacency, lethargy, and superficial forms of religion.  Revivals are born out of repentance, brokenness, spiritual poverty, and a passionate longing for God.

Rev 03.01-06.mp3

Rev 03.01-06.pdf

Palmer St. Podcast: Last Works More Than the First

Every Christian’s life has a spiritual trajectory.  The same can be said of churches.  The church in Thyatira had a serious problem which we certainly want to avoid, but the best compliment that Jesus pays them may well be that their last works are more than their first.  That is the course we want our lives to follow.

Rev 02.18-29.mp3

Rev 02.18-29.pdf

Palmer St. Podcast: Stay True to the Word

In Pergamos persecution had already taken the life of one member of the church. The threats now had substance. The outward situation was precarious, but Jesus sees a greater danger for this church rising from within.

Rev 02.12-17.mp3

Rev 02.12-17.pdf

Palmer St. Podcast: Necessary Reminders

Longfellow translated the words of a German poet (Friedrich von Logau) like this:

“Though the mills of God grind slowly, yet they grind exceeding small; Though with patience stands He waiting, with exactness grinds He all.” 

The point is that God’s judgment, though it may not come quickly by our standards, is certain and very exact.

Jude 05-19.mp3

Jude 05-19.pdf

Palmer St. Podcast: Counterfeit Ministers with Counterfeit Ministries

We live at a time when traditional Christian morals are being rejected, not just by the world, but by the church. “Open-minded” Christians see the old morality as outdated or legalistic.  What would Peter think?

2 Peter 2.10-22.mp3

2 Peter 2.10-22.pdf

2 Peter 2.10-22.pptx