Do Not Forget – 2 Timothy 2:8-13

Sometimes, it is good to be reminded of things, even if we haven’t really forgotten them. We may not forget that Christ is risen, but it should cause us to rejoice when it is brought to our attention. We may not forget the Lord’s promises, but it is no less meaningful to hear them repeated. In our text for tonight, we are reminded of some things that we probably haven’t forgotten about, but we are blessed through the reminder all the same.

Can We Judge? – Matthew 7:1-5

“Do Not Judge, Lest You Be Judge,” (Matthew 7:1) is perhaps one of the best known, and definitely one of the most misunderstood passages of Scripture today. Our lesson this morning focuses on looking at this verse in a wider context, and working to understand what the Bible really says about judging.

Where Does Doctrine Come From? – 2 Peter 1:16-2:3

Much of Peter’s second letter is devoted to encouraging Christians to grow in Jesus and beware of false teachers. To beware of false teachers, we must be able to tell the difference between true and false doctrine. One way we do that is by understanding the source of each one.