How does our Lord Christ intend for us to respond to this current situation? In his first-ever online message, Pastor Nate Harlan reminds us that such situations direct us to place our hope in Christ. Watch the online service on YouTube.
God judges the wicked. As the apostle Peter describes three instances of God’s wrath in the Old Testament, we are reminded that we all deserve the same end. In this sermon, Pastor Nate Harlan tells us we must flee to Christ to escape God’s wrath.
One of the strongest warnings in the New Testement is the Apostle Peter’s about false prophets. Pastor Nate Harlan says Christians must recognize the three ways false teachers lie so they can protect themselves.
Our natural inclination is to not believe the Word of God. But the Apostle Paul wants us to remember that unless God speaks to us, we live in absolute darkness. Pastor Nate Harlan continues through 2 Peter.
The Apostle Peter bases his authority, at least in part, on the fact that he is an eyewitness to Christ’s life — especially the Transfiguration. As Pastor Nate Harlan asserts, Peter’s eyewitness testimony does not put God to the test. Rather, God puts us to the test.
Is it possible to know that you are elect? In this passage, the Apostle Peter says yes. In this challeging and encouraging sermon, Pastor Nate Harlan says God wants His children to be sure about His loving intentions toward them.
Do you care how useful you are to the Lord? Do you have a desire to bear good fruit for Him? Pastor Nate Harlan steps through the seven qualities the Apostle Peter mentions that we should see growing in ourselves and in each other.
Christian, whenever you think that you cannot repent or that you cannot change, you must remember the promises given to us through the Apostle Peter. Pastor Nate Harlan reminds us that we have become partakers of the divine nature and have escaped from the corruption in the world.