Giving All Diligence
2 Peter 1
Pastor Ralph Ovadal
As he faces the prospect of sealing his testimony with his blood, the apostle's concern was for the Word of God and for the sheep which his risen Lord had commanded him to feed. Peter writes of things all true Christians should know. But these things are so important that the apostle is determined to remind the Lord's people of them, right to his end.
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