Obadiah 1:15-21

A minor prophet who packed a punch, warning that the "Day of the Lord" is coming, for all nations.

Obadiah 1:10-14

The prophet listed here the sins of the Edomites, which were earning for themselves the judgment of God. Because of their pride, these descendants of Esau gloated over the misfortunes of Jacob, and they would not help them in their distress.

Obadiah 1:4-9

This prophet pronounced judgment against the kingdom of Edom. We see here that Edom was the tribe of Esau, who sold his birthright to his brother Jacob; and ever since, the two brothers were at odds.

Obadiah 1:1-4

God's prophet rebukes the ancient Edomites for their pride and arrogance against the people of God. They evidently settled in the higher elevations but God said they would be "brought down."

Obadiah 1:1

An introduction to Obadiah, the prophet who foretold the judgment on the ancient kingdom of Edom, the longtime enemy of Israel. He also warns of the great Day of the Lord and the final kingdom of God on the new Earth.

2 Peter 3:8-18

Sooner or later, God wins! While the fate of the wicked is eternal destruction, nothing can separate the true believer from his inheritance in the kingdom of God.

2 Peter 3:5-10

Peter discusses the world that once was, the world that is now, and the world that is to come! Let's press on to prepare for that one to come!

2 Peter 3:1-7: 13

In the latter days, evil men will scoff at the Second Coming of Christ. The church must remain faithful until He returns and ushers in the New Heaven and new Earth, wherein only righteousness will live.

2 Peter 2:21-22

The description of, and dreadful fate of, apostate false teachers. It would have been better for them not to have known the Gospel than to deliberately tamper with it. True believers may stray, but they always return to the Father.

2 Peter 2:9-20

Peter reminds the believers to avoid "the way of Balaam," the Old Testament pseudo-prophet who was greedy for Balak's gold. The lesson is, there are church leaders today who are only in it for the money.

2 Peter 2:5-9

Peter gives the examples of demonic beings who sinned, who are reserved for judgment. Then he cited Noah and Lot to remind believers of how God is able to preserve his faithful godly people in times of great pervasive wickedness.

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