Peter opens his letter with the reminder that the ability to live a life of godliness comes through the divine power of God at work within us. He encourages by teaching them, God is a God of great glory and great excellence and in Him are very great and precious promises. He then shifts his instruction to the consistent teaching of the New Testament that growth in godliness requires effort on the part of the Christian. God is doing the work even as we work.
Make Every Effort
2nd Peter Series
November 10, 2021 • Kelly Collins • 2 Peter 1:1–9
Exodus Week Two
January 19, 2022 • Kelly Collins • Exodus 1:9–10
The book of Exodus doesn’t start with Moses, before he is even seen we have the portraits of brave women who are in place by God’s sovereignty. They use the means given to them to express their allegiance, loyalty and faith in the one true God.
Exodus Week One
January 12, 2022 • Kelly Collins • Exodus 1:1–7
The word “Exodus” means “going out” and what we will find in the book is a birth narrative not only of Moses but of the nation of Israel. We will see God working again and again as a strong Deliverer and a foretelling of Jesus, the better Moses, that would come!