by Dr. Ed Young

(Transcribed from actual tape) November 27, 1983 PM


II Peter 3:10-18

Man, there's a lot of turkeys singing up there, I'll tell you. After eat-

ing all that that choir's been eating, I don't see how their diaphragm could

support it. Thank you. It couldn't have been a better message for what

weire going to talk about tonight. Let's go to the Lord in prayer as we be-

gin our study.

"When we all get to heaven we'll sing and shout the victory! Oh, Dear Father,

during our earthly pilgrimage, teach us anew, even tonight,to be heavenly

minded. We thank You for the foretaste of that joy which is to come. You

speak now. Let me get out of the way so that Thy word may pierce all of our

hearts and lives. For we make this prayer in the strong name of Jesus Christ,

our Savior and our Lord. Amen."

Second Peter's a tremendous little book. We've been studying it through

these weeks on Sunday evening. We're finishing Second Peter tonight, and

weire moving right on to the very next book, First John, Second John, Third

John - as the mountain preacher said, "Three-eyed John" - and then we'll

go to Jude, and then we'll drop back and punt. We'll a bit...about where

we'll go from there with our Sunday evening study. I hope you have your

Bibles with you ... your outline. Ah, we have them there available to fill

in if something will hit you, or to write in your Bibles. You remember the

general outline of Second Peter, the first chapter has to do with the second


coming of Jesus Christ. It's an encouragement to Christians. The second chap-

ter primarily has to do with the warning to false prophets - those who teach

something that's extraneous to the basic doctrines of biblical truth. And

then the third chapter again ...

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