As we come to the end of our series in 2 Peter, Peter provides his readers with some final principles as they respond to the reality of Christ’s return. This passage (3:14-18) gives us an overview of the repeated actions that ought to characterise the Christian life. These actions are delightful duties. They are, diligence, … More The Return of the King Pt. 3 (2 Peter 3:14-18)
Why is the Bible Important? The Bible is important because it is God’s Word (1 Thess. 2:13). God’s Word is true (John 17:17), precious (Psalm 19:10), and helpful (2 Tim. 3:16). The Bible is the only book that can give us the truth about God and how we can know Him. Also, the Bible tells … More Theology for Kids: Why is the Bible Important?
Who wrote the Bible? God wrote the Bible, but He did this by choosing around forty men who wrote what God wanted them to write (2 Pet. 1:21). These men came from three different continents (Asia, Africa and Europe) over a time of around 1,600 years. Even though they all didn’t know each other or … More Theology for Kids: Who Wrote the Bible?
As the people of God, we have the certain hope that our Lord Jesus Christ is coming back one day. When He returns, He will establish a perfect kingdom in which righteousness will reign and to it there will be no end. This truth is found throughout Scripture and it shapes the way will live … More A Firm Foundation (2 Peter 1:16-21)
What is the Bible? The Bible is made up of 66 different books. Some of them are really short and others are really long. These 66 books are divided into two parts – the Old Testament (39 books) and the New Testament (27 books). The Bible is not a normal book because the Bible is … More Theology for Kids: What is the Bible?