Faith is the evidence of things not seen (Hebrews 11:1). It’s also the interpreter of the “evidence” that is seen. Whenever we are faced with a “doubtful disputation” (see Romans 14:1) of God’s revealed truth, we must always side with God no matter how convincing the contrary arguments may seem.
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.
God is faithful to us down to the last detail.
What the Laodiceans had was blinding them to what they really needed.
Living for Christ is not an event. It is a way of life.