Peter wrote his second letter in the New Testament to make sure that the believers he knew wouldn’t forget the great truths of what Jesus has done and who His people are to be. We’ll be looking at the things he told them to do and the dangers he warned them to look out for.
January 31, 2021 | Luke Davydaitis
Humans do a lot of looking up and looking down: we look up at people and feel worse, down at people to feel better. We naturally create hierarchies, even churches do this – but the gospel abolishes them. Here Luke explains how 2 Peter 1:1-2 shows us this.
March 14, 2021 | Matthew Clifton-Brown
Matt speaks to us from 2 Peter 2 about what false teaching looks like, and how we can both avoid and prevent its impact in our lives.
You can find out more about the references to Old Testament events and images that Peter uses in this chapter in a bonus recording, Explaining 2 Peter 2.
March 21, 2021 | Luke Davydaitis
This week, Luke is talking about 2 Peter 3, how the process of waiting shows us God’s ultimate mercy and patience, but that we should wait with a sense of urgency.
March 28, 2021 | Luke Davydaitis
To wrap up our series Remember This, Luke takes us through five things from 2 Peter 3: 11–18 that describe the lives of people waiting for Jesus. Peter wrote this with a sense of urgency that we should also carry with us.