Life in Exile: Gospel-Hope in a Hostile World
Text: 1 Peter 5:6-14 Main Idea: Stand firm, knowing that Satan’s purpose in Christian suffering can never derail God’s promises to those who belong to Jesus Christ.
Text: 1 Peter 5:1-5 Main Idea: Faithful elders must make every effort to please the Chief Shepherd as they shepherd his flock.
Text: 1 Peter 4:12-19 Main Idea: God’s presence and God’s perspective help God’s people find peace, power, and purpose in the midst of their suffering.
Text: 1 Peter 4:7-11 Main Idea: Christians live in light of the end when they prioritize their pursuit of God AND pour themselves into the life of the local church.
Text: 1 Peter 4:7-11 Main Idea: Christians live in light of the end when they prioritize their pursuit of God and pour themselves into the life of the local church.
Text: 1 Peter 4:1–6 Main Idea: The suffering of Christ and the final judgment serve as a constant reminder that it is always better to suffer for Christ than sin against Christ.
Text: 1 Peter 3:18-22 Main Idea: The suffering and subsequent exaltation of Jesus Christ are a constant reminder that faithful Christian suffering is never in vain.
Text: 1 Peter 3:13-17 Main Idea: Suffering Christians honor Christ when they share their gospel-hope instead of cowering before their human oppressors.
Text: 1Peter 3:8-12 Main Idea: Christians are called to be unity-builders in the family of God and blessing-extenders towards the world in which they live.
Text: 1 Peter 3:7 Main Idea: Christian husbands demonstrate God-exalting leadership in the home by honoring their wives and treating them as coheirs in Christ.