Kootenai Church: 1 Peter
Peter says his readers are "obtaining as the outcome of your faith the salvation of your souls". But how can Christians living through trial be said to be obtaining salvation? Isn't salvation something that happened in the past,
Peter marvels at the love and faith of His readers in a Savior they have never seen and do not see now. What makes our obedient love and absolute trust in Christ so commendable to Peter? It's the fact that the object of our love and faith,
A thorough theology of trials in the Christian life. Rejoice in your salvation, understand the nature of trials, realize the purpose of trials, and look forward to a reward for faithful endurance. An exposition of 1 Peter 1:6-7.
This passage says God has “caused us to be born again...through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead.” What is the connection between the regenerating work of God and the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ?
What is our “living hope” and how do we receive it? An exposition of 1 Peter 1:3-5.
A look at our great God of mercy. An exposition of 1 Peter 1:3.
A look at the implications of the full title of “The Lord Jesus Christ.” A look at many reasons that God is worthy of our praise. An exposition of 1 Peter 1:3.
A look at what Luther called “the hinge upon which the whole [Reformation] turns,” the subject of “free will.” This message provides an exposition of 1 Peter 1:3 and a look at what Scripture says regarding the nature of man’s will. Is it free?
Sunday Morning Worship by Pastor/Elder Dave Rich.
Peter says we are to “reside as aliens.” What does that mean and how do we do that? An exposition of 1 Peter 1:1-2. -