2 Peter 2 is like a crime scene. We learn about the invasion of false teachers into the church. We saw the impact they have, and finally we learn about their future indictment and incarceration. This last section of chapter 2 is the most wanted poster that describes these invaders. It describes for us what … More Wanted: The Profile of False Teachers (2 Peter 2:10b-22)
It is the will of God that the people of God grow in the grace of God. This growth takes place over the duration of the Christian life. This is the theme that Peter addresses in his second letter. Peter begins his letter by introducing himself, “Simeon Peter, a servant and apostle of Jesus Christ” … More An Introduction and Overview of 2 Peter (1:1-2)
The Bible teaches that the Christian has all the spiritual resources necessary for life and godliness (1 Cor. 1:30; Eph. 1:3; Col. 2:10; 2 Pet. 1:3). However, there are many within Christian churches that are being intimidated by and in turn deceived by various trends that undermine this reality.
Paul’s letter to the Romans has covered a lot of ground. The foundation for all that is written in this book is the righteous of God. By means of faith alone in Christ alone, the believer is called to a life lived in response to righteousness. That response was addressed specially in 12:1-15:13. In this … More Paul’s Ministry Team (Romans 16)
Today there are many components and methods used today in Christian ministry. Many of these are designed to appeal to the desires of people. This method is often referred to as being “Seeker Sensitive”. Sadly, many people determine a successful ministry by large numbers. Biblically speaking, true success is determined by faithfulness. Without question, the … More A Ministry that Glorifies God (Romans 15:14-33)