• Revelation 5:1-14 | Who Is Worthy To Open The Scroll?

    Intro In chapter four John was taken through an open door into the presence of the Lord and witnessed the activity of worship in heaven. His attention is again brought to the throne of God only this time it is…

  • 2 Peter 3:1-7 | Doubting the Day Of The Lord – Part II

    Intro In the third chapter Peter address one of the more effective false teaching that the false teachers employed that discouraged believers. Peter quoted their false teaching in verse 4-5 “Where is the promise of His coming”. Their reasoning was…

  • Revelation 4:1-11 | Around The Throne – Part II

    I. Intro John follows a strict outline in his writing of the unveiling of Jesus. He does so in three locations: In heaven In His Church On the earth Although this chapter starts off with the unveiling of Jesus in…

  • 2 Peter 3:1-7 | Doubting the Day Of The Lord – Part I

    Intro As we start the third chapter of Peter’s letter we note three things in the very first sentence. First Peter address them in a tender way calling them “beloved”. It is a clear distinction that Peter makes having just…

  • Revelation 4:1-11 | Around The Throne – Part I

    I. Intro John follows a strict outline in his writing of the unveiling of Jesus. He does so in three locations: In heaven In His Church On the earth Although this chapter starts off with the unveiling of Jesus in…

  • 2 Peter 2:10-22 | The Truth About False Teachers

    Intro Peter’s words in chapter 2 illustrate the truth of God’s judgment that he will bring upon false teachers. The remainder of the chapter is where Peter reaffirms that false teachers have not escaped God’s authority as he outlines three…

  • Revelation 3:14-22 | The Poverty Of A People Ruled Church

    This the last of seven letters to the churches which were written to three specific groups: a.     To the people of that time period that lived in those cites when John was alive. b.     To people of differing periods in…

  • 2 Peter 2:9 | The Lord knows

    Intro Peter’s words in chapter 2 are as dark as they come in the Bible. We have examined the three illustrations in verses 4-8 maintaining the context of this letter as we looked at the illustrations. The fallen angels involved…

  • Revelation 3:1-13 | Dead or Alive Churches – II Part

    I. Intro This is Jesus’ 5th letter to the church and is addressed to Sardis, which means, “escaping ones” or remnant. Sardis was the capital of the region known as Lydia, which was, located 50 miles east of Ephesus at…

  • 2 Peter 2:6-8 | Entangled With What We Escaped

    Intro Peter’s words were practical in 2:1-3 but the remainder of the chapter is dark as Peter offers three illustrations: One from the angelic realm, and two from their history in Noah and Lot and those could be divided in…