2 Peter 3:3-10 What Scoffers Say

by | Mar 29, 2024 | Epistles of Peter, Bible Studies | 0 comments

Speaker: Daniel Deininger
Date: March 27, 2024

Summary

In 2 Peter 3:3-10, the passage discusses the presence of scoffers in the last days who mock the idea of Christ’s return and the concept of judgment. They deny the reality of God’s intervention in the world. These scoffers argue that everything remains as it has been since the beginning of creation, dismissing any notion of divine intervention or judgment. However, the passage warns that their perspective is flawed because they deliberately overlook the evidence of God’s past judgments, such as the flood during Noah’s time. It asserts that just as God intervened in the past, He will intervene again in the future, bringing about the day of judgment and the destruction of the present heavens and earth. The passage emphasizes the certainty of this event, urging believers to live lives of holiness and godliness in anticipation of Christ’s return and the new creation.

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