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How To Trust God With Your Future Even When It Looks Like You Don’t Have One (Daniel 1:1-21)

Four young men are sent to university and offered power at the very centre of the empire. Will they be able to resist?

Speeding the Day of God (2 Peter 3:10-18)

Peter closes his letters with a review and a summary: make every effort to be on your guard by making every effort to grow.

The Shape of the Universe (2 Peter 3:3-9)

Peter zooms back out to remind his friends of the big picture: no matter how dark things get, God’s plan is proceeding exactly as it should.

Past the Point of No Return (2 Peter 2:17-3:2)

Peter warns his friends not to let slick advertising lead them back into slavery.

Rot at the Core Always Spreads Outward (2 Peter 2:10-16)

Peter gets into the details of how a false teacher is born, and what they look like when they are full grown.

Distressed but Not In Despair (1 Peter 2:1-9)

Peter tells his friends that they will often be out-numbered by false teachers and false believers — but this does not mean that God’s plan has failed.

False Teachings and How To Identify Them (2 Peter 1:12-21)

For the second step in his training program, Peter gives Christians a simple, two-part way to test the truth.

False Teachers and How To Identify Them (2 Peter 1:1-11)

Peter outlines the first step of his new training program: start by making sure you are on the right track yourself.

How To Stay Joyful (Philippians 4:1-23)

This time Paul really does finish his letter…and reveals the true source of joy.

Suffering and the Adoptive Love of God (Romans 8:14-30)

Being adopted into God’s family means receiving all the same benefits Jesus received, right? Right. But what, exactly, did all those benefits consist of?

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