Category Archives: 2Peter

The Day of Eternity

Why these things pop on the radar, I don’t know. Well, actually I think I do, it’s the supernatural dynamic of illumination–the active agency of the Holy Spirit. I’m hovering over a four word phrase I have never taken note … Continue reading

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The Predictions and The Commandments

It’s a myth. Not true. Not the way things really work. Don’t listen to popular, prevailing wisdom that says there’s a danger that we can become so heavenly minded that we’re no earthly good. That somehow the things of heaven … Continue reading

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A Gospel Paradox

Peter wrote to stir up his readers (2:13). He wanted to arouse their thinking, to wake them up from any spiritual slumber. And so he comes out of the gate with, what seems to me, is a bit of a … Continue reading

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Partakers Partake

The opening verses of 2 Peter are, for me, among the most inspiring found in Scripture. A reminder that our salvation is so much more than just fire insurance. Not that I want to minimize the fact that we have … Continue reading

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Able to Rescue

There’s no minimizing what Job’s gone through. A man of great material wealth, he was all but wiped out financially in just a matter of moments. A man, you assume of good physical health, is, out of nowhere, inflicted with … Continue reading

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Stir It Up

Peter knew his time on earth was drawing to an end. He knew he was on the homestretch . . . that he was in his final countdown. And rather than use his last days to take all that he … Continue reading

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Final Approach . . . Autopilot Off

Recently I saw a video of a huge jetliner coming in for a landing in the midst of some pretty harsh turbulence at an airport in Portugal. It was one of those clips that shows this plane only yards (meters … Continue reading

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