Last week, I wrapped up the series on the Gospel Alphabet. Prior to that, I compiled a long series of tweets from Scotty Smith on “signs you’re growing in grace.” Continuing with this gospel focus, I’m starting a new series I’m calling “annotations of gospel centrality” whereby I hope to share passages of Scripture that speak to the centrality of the gospel and provide a brief annotation as to why the gospel is so important and central to all of the Christian life. With all the talk about being “gospel-centered” it is easy to let it become a buzz word flippantly used with no reference point. In this little series, I hope to tether the phrase “gospel-centered’ to biblical exegesis and the regulative practice of the early church. I hope you find it helpful!
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