Sermons on 1 Peter

Sermons on 1 Peter

1st Peter 5:6-14

Peter’s last word on suffering in 1 Peter 5:6-14 is about God’s great power in the midst of suffering. How does an understanding of God’s infinite power influence the way a Christian suffers? Peter addresses this theme with respect to the believer’s relationship to God and Satan. Humble yourself before God in light of God’s power; resist the devil in light of God’s power.

1st Peter 4:12-19

In 1 Peter 4:12-19 Peter tells Christians not to be surprised by suffering. It is normal for Christians; however, he also explains why a Christian should rejoice in suffering: in suffering you are brought closer to Christ; you have the blessing of the Spirit, and you will be vindicated by God on the last day. This vindication assumes faithfulness to Christ. Judgment will begin with the household of God.

1st Peter 4:7-11

In 1 Peter 4:7-11 Peter says that the end of all things is near. How then should you live? Peter gives the implications of this reality by explaining the way Christians should treat one another in light of this truth, namely, in prayer, love, showing hospitality, and exercising their gifts for the good of others all to the glory of God.

1st Peter 4:1-6

Part of the suffering a Christian is called to comes from living a godly life that the world disdains. As Christians live lives differently than unbelievers, unbelievers will often put pressure on Christians to give up their convictions. How can a Christian have the strength to stand firm when faced with such opposition? In 1 Peter 4:1-6, this question is addressed. The realities of the gospel provide the foundation for courageous living in a hostile world.

1st Peter 3:19-22

2020 has been a difficult year for everyone, Peter is writing his letter to Christians who are struggling. In this passage, Peter addresses the relationship between Christs exaltation and the Christians suffering in 1st Peter 3:19-22.

1st Peter 3:13-17

Godly suffering gives pause to those who see it, and it glorifies Jesus. In these verses Peter shares the reasons and the command to do so.

1st Peter 3:8-12

Peter now summarizes generally how we are to treat our brothers and sisters in Christ and those that are not, both in mind and spirit.

1st Peter 3:7

Husbands, would you behave differently if Jesus was your father-in-law? Listen as we explore what God commands of Husbands, why he commands these things, and the consequences of defiance.

1st Peter 2:18-25

As His child, when He put your sins to death, He also gave you the strength to suffer well for the sake of the kingdom of God. If your life begins to look like our lord Jesus Christ’s life in your righteous suffering, then like Jesus, your life will surely end in great exaltation.
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