Sermons on 1 Peter
Sermon in a Sentence: Loving God, leads to serving others. Service starts, 10:43 Sermon starts, 34:39
Sermon in a Sentence: I was glad when they said to me “Let us go to the House of the LORD.” Service starts, 7:20 Sermon starts, 23:10
Sermon in a Sentence: As His pilgrim disciples, we are at all times on our way up to God, learning as we go to live the Jesus Way. Service starts, 13:40 Sermon starts, 28:15
Don’t be surprised when you face opposition, but always do the right thing and trust God for the results.
Our calling is to follow the example of Christ, living lives of bold love and goodness, withholding retaliation toward enemies, and always available to respond to the needs of others.
As God’s people, we are to pursue holiness (Godly character and moral courage) by increasingly apprenticing our lives to Christ.
Trials of life reveal that we have a different and genuine faith and they draw us even closer to God, increasing our confidence in Him.
Our present experience of suffering shouldn’t discourage us in our pursuit of God. Instead, we should remember His promise to save us and understand His purpose in our trials.