Contributed on Oct 1, 2008
Peter expresses here in this text the necessity of developing Christian character. This sermon addresses the priority we must have as Christians daily to be christ-like.
The Priority 2 Peter 1:1-11 Intro A wife remarked to her husband after the church service: “Did you see the hat Mrs. Jones was wearing?” “No,” said the husband, “I didn’t.” “Did you see the new dress Mrs. Smith had on?” she asked. “I’m afraid I didn’t,” said her husband. To this his wife ...read more
Contributed on Oct 9, 2008
The paths that we choose today, will determine our final destination.
The Pathway 2 Peter 1:1-11 Intro In my office, I have a poem by Edgar A. Guest, about the roads we take in life. The easy roads are crowded and the level roads are jammed; the pleasant little rivers with the drifting folks are crammed. But off yonder, where it’s rocky, where you get a ...read more
Contributed on Oct 15, 2008
Sermon 3 in the series on Developing Christian character.
The Specifics of Christian Development Part 1 2 Peter 1:1-11 Intro God’s people get in trouble when they fall to act like they are God’s people! That’s why Peter wrote in our passage for today about Christian character development. Two Sundays ago, we began looking to this passage to see ...read more
Contributed on Oct 22, 2008
This is sermon #4 in a series of messages concerning Developing Christian character.
The Specifics of Christian Development, Part 2 2 Peter 1:1-11 Intro Today we are going to continue our consideration of the specifics of Christian character development. We note that Peter is very specific concerning what character qualities we should seek to develop as a Christian if we are ...read more
Contributed on Oct 28, 2008
This is the last message in the Developing Christian character series, taking a look at the last two qualities of kindness and love we should possess.
The Specifics of Christian Development – Part 3 2 Peter 1:1-11 Intro Today we will conclude our consideration of the specifics of Christian development. We have noticed that Peter is very specific concerning what character qualities we should seek to develop as a Christian if we are going to ...read more