When a speaker says, “in conclusion,” especially if that speaker is a preacher, it usually means he’s not concluding, just continuing. Peter, however, is indeed concluding the last of his two epistles with three main ideas. 2 Peter 3:14-18 (14) Wherefore, beloved, seeing that ye look for such things, be diligent that ye may be … Continue reading Peter’s Final Thoughts
Building on his assertion that the promises of God are sure, Peter transitions from his talk regarding Noah and the Flood to speaking about the Lord’s return.
Long before modern media, Peter predicted the advent of revisionism and false reporting.
To know the Lord's blessing, we need to come to Him with an attitude of humility.
False teachers are like unreliable springs. They hold out promise, but fail to deliver.
A child's idea of clean and a parent's idea of clean do not live in the same universe. The same can be send of our concept of clean compared to God's concept of clean.
Believers serve a risen Savior and their eyes are on that Eternal City. Given what is at stake, we do not have time for detours.