Tag Archives: Peter

Loading the Canon (1)

“A. C. Sundberg’s popular definition of the canon is described as a list that is final, fixed, and closed. Possibly this works well as an end result, but does it fail to take into consideration that the Church functioned fully … Continue reading

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Holy Is As Holy Does

“But as He which hath called you is holy, so be ye holy in all manner of conversation; Because it is written, Be ye holy; for I am holy.’”  1 Peter 1: 15-16 KJV Peter now serves the second of a … Continue reading

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Second Chances by Max Lucado

“It was small enough to overlook. Only two words. I know I’d read that passage a hundred times. But I’d never seen it.” “But I won’t miss it again. It’s highlighted in yellow and underlined in red. You might want … Continue reading

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Getting a Grip on Reality

Coming to grips with some of the deeper truths of Scripture can be life-changing… to say the least. For example, when Paul, Peter, James and John pen their letters to believers striving for faithfulness in their day, some statements stand … Continue reading

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Even a Kid Can Do It

“…as obedient children, not conforming yourselves to the former lusts, as in your ignorance”  1 Peter 1: 14 Among the common themes of the New Testament, the reader will find a unanimous appeal from all authors to practice nonconformity. If you’re … Continue reading

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