Sermons from September 2020
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.
It is important that we honor God in how we worship him. You cannot worship an invisible God with visible images.
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.
Just as the people of God came to the mountain the first time, The new people of God have come and heard God tell us that Jesus is His son. May God give us the grace to remember the glory of Christ and so to listen to him.
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.
Our lives and behaviors are to be a witness of what He has done for us. For the same reasons that Moses tells the Israelites, we must constantly seek to follow his commandments.
One of the greatest issues in society today is the failure to submit to the authority that God has placed in our lives.
We should all strive that not one of us falls short of entering the kingdom of God.