Many false teachers lure people in by claiming they have a spiritual secret, and that the people they are targeting can and should have ‘more’ than God has given them (e.g. more of ‘the Spirit’). What is the biblical answer to that dangerous allure?
What biblical texts make it clear that what God has already given to believers is totally sufficient for our salvation and spiritual sustenance?
In 2 Peter 1:5-11, what three promises does God give to believers who diligently keep the faith, walk the walk, and by grace conform to Christ?
What two pre-existing spiritual conditions often contribute to professing believers getting carried away by “various and strange doctrines?” (See 2 Peter 3:16-17.)