Sermons on 2 Peter

Sermons on 2 Peter

Prepared for Sanctification, Part 2

2 Peter 1:3-4 Pastor Rod Bunton continues to explore this passage, showing how God provides all that we need to change our life: making the gospel attractive, allowing us to know the truth of the savior, to grow more like His divine nature, and to shield us from our own sinful desires.

Prepared for Sanctification

2 Peter 1:3-4 Peter assures his readers that after our justification by God, we can experience the process of sanctification knowing that we are supplied with everything we need. Pastor Rod Bunton looks at that amazing promise and compares it to many ways where we try to provide our own solutions to become sanctified.

Greetings from Peter, Servant and Apostle

2 Peter 1:1-2 Although not directly connected to his first, Peter’s second epistle addresses the same audience: those scattered and suffering from persecution. Pastor Rod Bunton begins this new series by examining Peter’s very appropriate and instructive greeting.

What Sort of People Ought You to Be?

2 Peter 3:11-18 ~ In the first half of this chapter, Peter teaches that the Day of the Lord—with its judgment and destruction—will come. Pastor Doug Link encourages us, since we have this knowledge, to follow Peter’s exhortation to live our lives accordingly.

Our Eternal and Patient God

2 Peter 3:1-10 ~ It is in our nature to dislike waiting and, oftentimes, people wonder why it takes so long for God to fulfill his promises. Pastor Doug Link uses God’s own words to answer, “Is this just His sovereign purpose or is it more?”