In the same way, your Father in heaven is not willing that one of these little ones be lost.
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Good Things Come in Threes — Just Ask Peter
by J. Randal Matheny
A. “Good things come in threes,” so they say. Peter had three opportunities to test this saying. While in the midst of these moments, he might have disagreed, but later would probably say amen to it.
B. Peter had three moments of threes: three denials of the Lord, three affirmations of his love for the Lord, and three refusals of the Lord’s vision.
C. These three moments were learning opportunities for Peter, in spite of the personal pain and confusion he experienced during them.
D. We can learn with Peter great lessons that the Lord wants to teach us as well.