Read for This Week’s Study: 2 Pet. 3:1-2 ; John 21:15-17 ; 2 Pet. 3:3-13 ; Ps. 90:4 ; Matt. 24:43-51 ; 2 Pet.
Read more at the source: Sabbath: The Day of the Lord
Read 2 Peter 2:6-16 . What other examples does Peter use to give his warning about what wickedness will lead to? The first substantive reference to Sodom in the Bible is Genesis 13:12-13 . Lot and Abraham decided to separate for “financial” reasons
Read more at the source: Thursday: More Old Testament Lessons
“For they mouth empty, boastful words and, by appealing to the lustful desires of the flesh, they entice people who are just escaping from those who live in error” ( 2 Pet. 2:18, NIV ). What is Peter warning about in this verse? What does he say in 2 Peter 2:19 that helps explain his concern
Read more at the source: Monday: Freedom in Christ
Image © Pacific Press from GoodSalt.com Read for This Week’s Study: 2 Pet. 2:1-22 , John 8:34-36 , Matt. 12:43-45 , Jude 4-19 , Gen. 18:16-33 . Memory Text: “They promise them freedom, but they themselves are slaves of corruption; for people are slaves to whatever masters them” ( 2 Peter 2:19 , NRSV).
Read more at the source: Sabbath: False Teachers
Last Sunday, at a graduation party, I visited with one of my former students from the Adventist school where I teach and give Bible studies. She is now attending a public high school in a different city, and she told me how sad she is that at least half of her school population is self-proclaimed atheist. She said she is often asked, “How do we know the Bible is true?” She needed some help answering that question.
Read more at the source: Three Logical Examples of Why It Is Reasonable to Believe the Bible