How should we get ready for the new heavens and the new earth? In his closing words in 2 Peter 3:14-18, Peter lays out a simple plan.
In 2 Peter 3:10-13, the apostle reminds us that in order to understand what life is all about, we need to read the last chapter.
In 2 Chronicles 20:1-23, King Jehoshaphat sought the LORD, who delivered his people from a powerful enemy. Their rescue anticipated a greater deliverance by a greater king.
In 2 Peter 3:1-9, Peter’s five answers to the false teachers’ scoffing tell us what it means for us that the Lord hasn’t returned yet.
In 2 Peter 2:10-22, the apostle described the character, methods, and end of the false teachers, showing us the way to avoid returning to the slop.
In Romans 8:31-34, Paul asked who can be against us, who can accuse us, and who can condemn us. The answer to all these questions is: No one!
From the six hours Jesus hung on the cross, we have seven brief sayings recorded in the gospels, each of which explains important aspects of the meaning of his death for us.
After defending true teachers in chapter 1, Peter began to expose false teachers in 2 Peter 2:1-10. With examples from Genesis, he denounced false teachers and also showed us how to live in this world.
In 2 Peter 1:19-21, the apostle explains what the Scripture is, how it got to us, and why we should pay close attention to it.
As he approached his death, Peter announced in 2 Peter 1:12-18 his purpose of ensuring that Christians would always be able to recall the truths of the gospel.