by Jerry Branch

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Jerry Branch
2 Peter 1:1-2

"Simon Peter, a bond-servant and apostle of Jesus Christ, to those who have received ca faith of the same 2kind as ours, 3by the righteousness of our God and Savior, Jesus Christ: 2 grace and peace be multiplied to you in the knowledge of God and of Jesus our Lord;"

How certain are YOU about your position?

As we're getting closer to the anniversary of 9/11,there are a lot of folks who are feeling some anxiety and uncertainty creep back into their lives... what about you?

As we hear about terrorist cells in our own country, and how some were amassing weapons, and how plans to attack different places have been found, people start to question just how safe we really are... what about you?

As we hear about the possibilities of a new war with Iraq, and about how that country has weapons of mass destruction to be used against her neighbors as well as the US... And how Saddam Hussein's government is deeply involved in funding and training terrorist, people start questioning will it never end? What about you?

Where do you turn for peace?
Where do you go for your security?
Where do you find comfort?

To be able to find the answer to these questions, the Christian MUST be certain of his or her position.

Which brings us to the question... how certain are you about YOUR position?

This is one reason why the Apostle Peter wrote the words 2 Peter 1:12- 13..."For this reason I will not be negligent to remind you always of these things, though you know and are established in the present truth. 13Yes, I think it is right, as long as I am in this tent, to stir you up by reminding you"

We've got to keep this alive and active in our minds and hearts.

Now, some of the background against which this letter was written was the weakening of the essential message of the Gospel... that key part being the Second Coming of our Lord, Jesus Christ and all t ...

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