Salvation joy is an expression of genuine faith.
Praise God, the author of our salvation from beginning to end. The Author of Salvation (3a-b) The Nature of Salvation (3c-4a) The Security of Salvation (4b-5)
1 Peter 1:1-2 Our new identity was planned and procured by the Triune God Three descriptions of how we came to be who we are: (1) The Source- Foreknowledge of the Father (2) The Means- Sanctification of the Spirit (3) The Goal- Obedience and Sprinkling of the blood of Jesus Christ
Text: 1 Peter 1:1-2 BI: The key to standing firm is knowing our identity Outline: Three introductory matters for acclimation: (1) Author of the Letter (1) (2) Addressees of the Letter (1, 2) (3) Aim of the Letter (5:12)
If Jesus’ glory surpasses even what has been written by John, will you not follow him?
Jesus is worthy to be loved and followed in life and in death.
Belief in the resurrected Savior, Jesus Christ, the Son of God, is foundational to the Christian faith and always manifests itself.
The cross is Jesus’ “hour” of glory where death gives birth to life.
The evil-intended treatment of Jesus reveals him as the good-intended fulfillment of God’s promises.