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.
How precious are God’s promises to you? Pastor Nate Harlan says we should examine the way we live our lives to be sure that we desire God’s promises above all else.
Pastor Nate Harlan opens his sermon series on 2 Peter by telling us the Apostle Peter’s chief concern in this epistle is Christ’s mediatorial work. Everything God gives us comes through Jesus.
We are family in Christ. Thus, we Christians should follow the example of the apostles in their affection for the Church and her members. Pastor Nate Harlan gives us the details in his last sermon from 1 Peter.
Do you doubt God’s goodness? That’s a fall into unbelief. You can and must depend upon the grace of God, which will never fail. Pastor Nate Harlan continues his series on 1 Peter.
We are at constant war with spiritual forces. If you are not actively resisting Satan, then you are being used by him. Pastor Nate Harlan instructs us how we are tempted to succomb — and how we can successfully resist.
Worry is sin, an indulgence of the flesh that makes you angry and selfish. Thankfully, God provides a way out of worry: Believe that God cares for you. Pastor Nate Harlan leads us through The Apostle Peter’s encouraging words.
Humility is the chief way that we’re protected from the devil. And humility entails submitting to the God-ordained authorities in your life. Pastor Nate Harlan tells us about the necessity of a particular church in the life of the Christian.
In this passage, the Apostle Peter directly addresses pastors; in fact, Peter tells the entire church what is required of the church’s shepherds. As Pastor Nate Harlan notes, it is essential for the church to understand these truths so that we all can know what to expect of our elders.