Holiness in the Home Part 2 1 Peter 3:7 Holy husbands live with their wives in light of who they are by nature and by grace Three guardrails for the holy husband (1) The Preliminary Assumptions for Husbands (2) The Primary Responsibility for Husbands a. The Directive- Live with understanding b. The Manner- Show honor c. The Difference- Weaker vessel d. The…
A wife’s submission to her husband is a powerful testimony of the gospel.
Our response when suffering unjustly must be shaped by the cross.
Genesis 12:3-13:2 Guest speaker: Tim Pasma
1 Peter 2:13-17 We must engage the kingdom of this world with heart postures consistent with citizenship in God’s Kingdom. Three heart postures of God’s citizens: 1. A posture of submission (13-14) 2. A posture of service (15-16) 3. A posture of fear (17)
1 Peter 2:11-12 Be in the world, not of the world, for the world Three exhortations to pilgrims in a hostile world 1. Ascertain your identity (11a) 2. Abstain from sin (11b) 3. Maintain good conduct (12)
The knowledge of what it means to be a distinct people should encourage us as we navigate this world as sojourners and exiles.
1 Peter 2:4-8 Destinies are determined with reference to Jesus Three distinctly Christian perspectives 1. Our view of Christ (v. 4) 2. Our view of the church (v. 5) 3. Our view of choice (vv. 6-8)
Spiritual Growth comes through feasting on Christ. Two necessary components of spiritual growth: What you must discard (1) What you must desire (2-3)
Born to Love 1 Peter 1:22-25 The Gospel begets brotherly love Four questions to clarify the Christian life in relation to the Brethren: When were we enabled to love? (1:22a) Who are we to love? (1:22b) How are we to love? (1:22c) Why are we to love? (1:23-25)