— Last Sunday's Sermons —
We will open up the second half of 2 Peter 3, with an overview of the verses 11-18 and the compelling changes which come to life when focused on the second coming of Christ—so much is different when we live with an eternal perspective.
Related Sermons:Controversia en la Iglesia (Hechos 15)Una Iglesia Digna de Imitar (Hechos 11:19-14:28)Aplastando Apatía Espiritual (Malaquías)Reacciones a la Resurrección (Hechos 4, 17 y 23)Desarrollando un Corazón para Dios (1 Samuel) http://fbcaudio2020es.s3.amazonaws.com/Sermon09062020ES.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 34:26 — 32.2MB)Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | RSS
True kindness comes from God – In His providential grace, God has already given us total blessing … His righteousness and His resources are available to us and move us to display His kindness and His patience.
We will learn that God is capable of anything He wants to do, and we are called to live each day as if it were our last
We exposit verses 3-4, where Peter explains the arguments the false teachers were using to mock the second coming.
We are raptured into verses 1-2, where Peter lets his readers know that the second coming is PROMISED by the OT, NT and Jesus Himself. If you trust the Bible, then you will trust the second coming. Lots of heavenly promises this week for the Christian, and incredibly horrifying certainties for the Non-Christian; since judgment is coming with Christ.
Every Christian alive wants Jesus to return. The more difficult life is, the
more trails we experience, the more injustice rules, the more you know
God’s Word as the only truth, and the closer you grow in intimacy with
Christ, the MORE you want Christ to return.
What does God think of those how KNOW the truth but reject it; those
who live in homes with Godly parents, but walk away; those who grew up
in the church, but live for themselves? The Lord, through Peter has some
shocking words of warning for the make believer and some incredible
challenge for the real believer.
We continue in our study of 2 Peter 2 part 4, the false
teachers have been promising FREEDOM = to the errant teacher, God’s
grace means you are free to sin as much as you want. Like Job’s three
friends, false teachers are logical, and persuasive but they are
completely WRONG. As we sharpen our lens of discernment and glorify
the Lord of Truth, this Sunday you will find out how to discern those of
your friends/family who are close to salvation but not born again – and
how you can help them to understand the difference between the real
and the phony, the true and the false, the authentic and the pretender
We continue in our study of 2 Peter 2 and the DEEDS of the false teachers – but this week, there is much to gain on how we lead our families and minister to others, much about God’s love for truth and hatred of lying, learning about Balaam, and the importance of discernment, todays missing character quality for Christians.
Only God is good and the only good things we really do is when the good God does good things through us. Christ is the great divider of mankind.
Coming face to face with the truth if who Christ is, will the expose the character of any person.
Paul demonstrates his amazing heart for his own Jewish people, and he makes a massive effort to graciously share the Gospel with the Jewish leaders in Rome. By doing so, Paul demonstrates to us how to share the Gospel of Christ with the religious.
The plans of your day regularly change and adapt according to the obstacles before you. Acts 28:1-16 shows us clearly that God’s plans are unstoppable. We may not recognize what’s happening, but we can trust that God is at work, even in the mundane.