"If anyone understands how the mouth follows what is in the heart, it is Peter. Peter was the one disciple of Jesus who spoke a lot and, in many cases, out of turn. In the Second Epistle of Peter, he writes to those who have obtained “precious faith” about who to avoid and how to keep away from becoming entangled with false teaching. Peter actually gets
personal when describing the troubles people fall into. He points out those who use their mouths to teach bad and destructive doctrines. Peter knew firsthand how our mouth can become a problem and not the solution. Peter talks specifically about false teachers and prophets who were in and among the Church. He explains about the corruption in how they think and what they say. This is a great way for us to make a clear search of those we listen to on the teaching of the Bible still today.
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