Sermons on 2 Peter
Text: 2 Peter 3:11–18 Main Idea: The fiery end of this world is a vivid reminder that Christians must make every effort to live for the world to come.
Text: 2 Peter 3:1–10 Main Point: The long delay between Christ’s first and second coming is not a sign that he will never return. It’s an act of grace for the repentance and salvation of sin-bound humans.
Text: 2 Peter 2:17–22 Main Idea: False teachers may seem like they have discovered a path to freedom but they have not.
Text: 2 Peter 2:10b-16 Main Idea: False doctrine and immoral living go hand in hand. Main Question: What are the common traits of false teachers?
Text: 2 Peter 2:1–10a Main Idea: Cling to the gospel you have received because God is going to judge everyone who persists in unrighteousness.
Text: 2 Peter 1:12-21 Main point: God’s authoritative declaration of the gospel in Scripture is sufficient to assure us of salvation and sustain us in costly, redemptive life-change.
Text: 2 Peter 1:5–11 Main Idea: Steady progress in practical godliness is the silent but powerful proof that we truly belong to God.
Text: 2 Peter 1:3-4 Main Idea: God has given us everything we require to live godly lives.
Text: 2 Peter 1:1–2 Main Idea: The Christian’s greatest safeguard against error is an ever-increasing knowledge of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ