Messages from the Letters of James, Peter, John, and Jude
2 Peter 3:11-18
Living in the Temporary: Since we recognize that this world is our temporary residence, and that out life here is our training ground for the New Heaven and Earth, how shall we live? These verses from the closing passages of 2 Peter give us insight and wisdom that will help us prepare for the world to come.
2 Peter 3:1-10
Living on the Clock: This world will not last forever. Even though the Lord's clock is different than ours, it is still ticking. We need to live our lives with this awareness, and look forward to the freeing of this Universe.
2 Peter 2:1-22
Beware of False Teachers: False teachers have been a problem since the beginning of the Church. This message describes the danger to the Church, as well as the unenviable position of the false teachers.
2 Peter 1:16-21
Your Word is Truth: While we appreciate every dream, vision, or spiritual experience that the Lord gives, our anchor is the Word. While we revel in worship and praise that glorifies our God, we grow as we study his truth. Peter's message is clear. Grow in the Word of truth!
2 Peter 1:9-15
Moving Beyond Myopia: Spiritual myopia blinds people to anything beyond the here and now. The apostle Peter highlights the dangers of this type of nearsighted behavior, and the path to avoid it.
2 Peter 1:1-8
Growing an Effective and Productive Faith: Useful to our master, or useless, those are our choices. Our faith is meant to be fruitful. This scripture reveals how to be useful in our master's hand.
1 Peter 5:1-14
A Healthy Leader's Soul: The apostle Peter celebrates healthy leaders, and teaches future leaders how to prepare themselves for their launch into significant ministry. When we follow Peter's plan, we can be launched into significance.
1 Peter 4:12-19
Toward Mature Understanding: The disciples rejoiced when they were persecuted. They had a mature understanding of the purposes of God. This study points out that persecution is a harbinger of societal judgment, and a way of helping the people of God before that judgment.
1 Peter 4:3-11
The Healthy Christian Life: The healthy Christian life isn't primarily, "You shall not." It is, "you shall love." That loves moves us to serve the Lord in all things, and give him glory forever.
1 Peter 3:17-4:2
Living for God's Desires: The apostle Peter explains the purpose of suffering in our lives, and helps us understand the power that it gives us. Along the way he also writes of baptism and fallen angels, and Randy helps us understand why Peter includes these points.
1 Peter 3:8-16
Living with a Healthy Soul 3: What does a healthy soul look like? The apostle Peter spelled it out, and Randy applies it to our lives. We can have healthy souls, and we can know when they are healthy.
1 Peter 3:1-7
Living with a Healthy Soul 2: After reminding us to war for our souls, the apostle Peter shares life applications on how healthy souls live. How does a healthy soul relate to to his or her spouse, especially sexually? Peter answers that question in today's study.
1 Peter 2:18-25
Living with a Healthy Soul: After reminding us to war for our souls, the apostle Peter shares life applications on how healthy souls live. How does a healthy soul relate to employers? Peter answers that question in this passage.
1 Peter 2:11-17
A Christian's Warfare: While spiritual warfare is a key for the Christian life, so is soul warfare. The apostle Peter explains its importance, and its benefits.
1 Peter 2:1-10
The Path of Growth: The Apostle Peter outlines the path of spiritual growth for those who desire to pursue God. As he does, he reminds us that God has given his Church precious promises we can bank on.
1 Peter 1:13-25
Living with a Saved Soul: The Apostle Peter became a changed man after the Resurrection. He marks the changes that take in the Christian soul by giving clear instruction on how we now can live.
1 Peter 1:1-12
Toward the Salvation of our Souls: The Apostle Peter became a changed man after the Resurrection. The power that changed Peter is available to change us. This teaching will help you make room for the Holy Spirit to change your soul.
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