2 Peter 3:1-13
Lord is not slack Concerning
2 Peter 3:9
will remember the fall season of
2008 as the beginning of the worst
financial crisis since the Great
Depression of 1929. In the months
to follow, many lost their jobs,
homes, and investments. In a BBC
interview a year later, Alan Greenspan,
former head of the US Federal Reserve,
indicated that the average person
doesnt believe it will happen
again. He said,
is the unquenchable capability
of human beings when confronted
with long periods of prosperity
to presume that it will continue.
that things will continue as they
always have is not just 21st century-type
thinking. In the first century,
Peter wrote of people who thought
that life would continue as it was
and that Jesus would not return.
the fathers fell asleep, all
things continue as they were
from the beginning of creation
(2 Peter 3:4).
said he would come back, but the
people continued to live in disobedience
as though He would never return.
But His delay is only because of
Gods patience with us, for
He is not willing that any
should perish but that all should
come to repentance (v9).
tells us that Christians ought to
righteously, and godly
the light of Christs certain
return. (Titus 2:12).
you ready to meet Him?
Hia Chek Phang
He should come today?
Watching in gladness and not
If He should come today?
may come any time,
So we should be ready all the
Our Daily Bread 2011