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?

The Covenant of Adoption (Exodus 24:1-11)

Does God love us? How can we tell for certain? Travel back to the day the nation of Israel was officially adopted as God’s son, and find out how they would have answered this question…

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