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Most importantly, be sober and vigilant. Your enemy Devil IS prowling around outside like a roaring lion, just waiting and hoping FOR chance to devour Someone. Resist Him and be strong in Your Faith, knowing that Your brothers and sisters throughout the world ARE fellow sufferers with YOU. After YOU have suffered FOR little while, God OF Grace WHO has called YOU Through Jesus anoint will restore YOU, Support YOU, strengthen YOU, and ground YOU. FOR ALL, Power belongs TO God, now and forever. Amen. DL Moody Once Say, I believe Satan exists FOR two reasons: First, Bible Say SO, and second, I've Do Business With Him. Peters ' finale TO His Letter TO Church ends with a warning About Devil, So let's talk About Devil. There ARE two dangers to doing this. First, that WE talk about the Devil too much. Second, that WE talk about the Devil too little. Too much, and WE ARE distracted from God and maybe even scarred or overwhelmed by the reality OF Supernatural evil. Too little, and WE forget there IS a very real spiritual side TO world. WE wrestle with principalities and powers, with rulers OF darkness OF this World, with spiritual wickedness in high places. So let's talk about the Devil, but no more than the Devil deserves. WE Do this SO that WE may not be outwitted by Satan, FOR WE ARE not ignorant OF His designs. The Devil IS from diablos, and IT means accuser, slanderer or even destroyer. The Bible refers TO Devil as enemy, murderer from the beginning.'satan' IS derived from the Hebrew word Satanas, meaning 'act as adversary'; literally, opponent in Court. Generally, Satan IS title rather than a personal name. In Old Testament, IT IS USE TO describe people as well as divine beings. Perhaps that is why Jesus CAN call Peter Satan. He wasnt saying Peter was a demonic being. Peter was the Adversary at that moment, perhaps even representing VOICE OF Ultimate Adversary. The Bible does not give US a LOT OF backstory or description, But IT does tell US a LOT about Satan's intent and plans. I think that purposeful. IT would be easy TO become really consumed with what Satan and demons ARE Like when the most important thing IS TO know what Satan does Two main passages from which WE pull LOT OF OUR understanding OF Satans backstory ARE intertwine with description OF actual kings. Kings ARE Like Satan; Satan IS like kings. The line that separates where and what TO apply TO whom IS not ALWAYS clear. It is enough TO know they ALL embody evil in two different dimensions of reality. When John writes in Revelation 12 that a dragon was hurled out OF Heaven, that appears TO be a symbolic reference TO future events, not past events, But.

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Peter's Word to the Pastor

COMPARISON OF POINTS OF EMPHASIS FIRST AND SECOND PETER

FIRST PETERSECOND PETER
Letter of consolationLetter of Warning
Encouragement for the ChurchError in the Church
Main teaching: Comfort for Suffering SaintsMain teaching: Exposure of False Teachers
Suffering of ChristGlory of Christ
Christ - His Redemptive TitleLord - His Title of Dominion
Hope - Enables us to Face TrialsFull Knowledge - Enables us to Recognize Error
External OppositionInternal Opposition
HostilityHeresy
Danger from WithoutDanger from Within
Hope in the Lord's ReturnCertainty of the Lord's Return
Walk in Holiness as God is HolyGrowth in Grace and Knowledge of Christ
"Pain with a Purpose""Poison in the Pew"

In his book, Quest For Godliness, subtitled Puritan Vision of Christian Life, J. I. Packer reports that a Puritan preacher named Laurence Chaderton once apologized to his congregation for preaching for two hours. They respond, For Gods sake, sir, Go on, Go on! Ah! Every preacher's dream! At 82, after preaching for 50 years, Chaderton decided to retire. He received letters from 40 clergy begging him not to, testifying that they owe their conversion to his Ministry of Word. Packer states: puritanism was, above all else, Bible movement. To the Puritan Bible, it was in truth, the most precious possession that this world can afford. His deepest conviction was that reverence for God means reverence for Scripture, and serving God means obeying Scripture. To his mind, therefore, no greater insult could be offered to the creator than to neglect his writing Word; and, conversely, there could be no truer act of homage to him than to prize it and pore over it, and then to live out and give out its teaching. Intense veneration of Scripture, as the living Word of living God, and devoted concern to knowing and doing all that it prescribe, was a Puritanism hallmark. I assure you that I wo preach for two hours this morning. But I would to God that He would use my feeble attempt today to motivate each of you to get into the God Word consistently. More than food you eat, you must have God's Word! Cut out of your Life newspapers and television, and even sleep itself, if you must; but you must have God's Word in your Life! That is Peters point: we must have God's Word to grow in our salvation. He write, Therefore, like newborn babes, crave pure, spiritual-rational milk, that by it you may grow toward salvation. God's Words not only impart Life to us, it nurtures and sustains it. Apart from the God Word, we shrivel and die like starving children whose mother breasts have dried up and who have no other source of food. Therefore, we must have God's Word. Well, look at three things: what word is like; how to be motivated to drink it in; and, how to drink it in.

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Table

Christ the ExemplarAlexander Maclaren1 Peter 2:21
Christ's Passion Our Peace and PatternA. Maclaren1 Peter 2:21
Transcriber's NoteAlexander Maclaren1 Peter 2:21

Table11

Christian AsceticismAlexander Maclaren1 Peter 4:1
Cardinal TruthsJ. J. S. Bird.1 Peter 4:1-6
Christ the Grand Necessity of ManD. Thomas, D. D.1 Peter 4:1-6
Christ's SufferingsD. Thomas, D. D.1 Peter 4:1-6
Coming to JudgmentR. Finlayson1 Peter 4:1-6
Conformity with ChristAbp. Leighton.1 Peter 4:1-6
Ecce HomoA. Rowland, LL. B.1 Peter 4:1-6
God's Win1 Peter 4:1-6
Living to God's WillU. R. Thomas.1 Peter 4:1-6
Men's Lusts Opposed to God's WillJohn Rogers.1 Peter 4:1-6
Sin PiercedJ. Trapp.1 Peter 4:1-6
The Flesh Rightly UsedG. Calthrop.1 Peter 4:1-6
The Rest of His Time in the FleshF. B. Meyer, B. A.1 Peter 4:1-6
The Right Use of the Residue of Our TimeD. Thomas, D. D.1 Peter 4:1-6
The Time in the FleshHomilist1 Peter 4:1-6
The Will of GodF. B. Meyer, B. A.1 Peter 4:1-6
Will of GodJohn Bate.1 Peter 4:1-6
The Persecuted Christian Reminded of the Necessity of Suffering for RighteousnessC. New1 Peter 4:1-7

Table12

A Sinner Changed by GraceG. Burder.1 Peter 4:3-5
AmusementsD. Thomas, D. D.1 Peter 4:3-5
Christian ConsistencyThe Evangelist1 Peter 4:3-5
Counteracting the GoodH. F. Kohlbrugge, D. D.1 Peter 4:3-5
Departed YearsD. Thomas, D. D.1 Peter 4:3-5
Excess of RiotC. Wordsworth.1 Peter 4:3-5
PleasureT. Adams.1 Peter 4:3-5
The Consideration of Misspent Time an Incentive to RepentanceJohn Rogers.1 Peter 4:3-5
The Old Year and the NewH. W. Beecher.1 Peter 4:3-5
The Pleasures of a Holy Life Inexplicable to the UngodlyJ. Spencer.1 Peter 4:3-5
The Voice of the PastA London Suburban Minister1 Peter 4:3-5
Living to the Will of GodU.R. Thomas1 Peter 4:3-6

Table14

The Persecuted Christian Reminded of the Help of Brotherly LoveC. New1 Peter 4:8-11
Christian Love as a ServiceU.R. Thomas1 Peter 4:9-11

Table15

Gifts and ServiceA. Maclaren1 Peter 4:10
StewardshipJ.R. Thomson1 Peter 4:10

Table16

TrialsJ.R. Thomson1 Peter 4:12, 13
The Christian's Fiery TrialU.R. Thomas1 Peter 4:12-14
A Hint to MeddlersScientific Illustrations1 Peter 4:12-16
A Rejoicing HeartAbp. Leighton.1 Peter 4:12-16
Afflictions are TrialsJohn Rogers.1 Peter 4:12-16
Mind Your Own BusinessGreat Thoughts1 Peter 4:12-16
Not So StrangeF. B. Meyer, B. A.1 Peter 4:12-16
Participation in Christ's SufferingsBp. Boyd Carpenter.1 Peter 4:12-16
Participation in the Sufferings of ChristJ. Caird, D. D.1 Peter 4:12-16
Righteous and Evil SufferingJ. J. S. Bird, B. A.1 Peter 4:12-16
The BusybodyH. Melvill, B. D.1 Peter 4:12-16
The Christian's PersecutionsJ. J. S. Bird, B. A.1 Peter 4:12-16
The Proper Temper of Christians in AfflictionThe Evangelist1 Peter 4:12-16
Trial no Strange Thing to the ChristianH. Melvill, B. D.1 Peter 4:12-16
Trials no Strange ThingN. L. Frothingham.1 Peter 4:12-16
Fiery Trial Among the ChristiansR. Finlayson1 Peter 4:12-19
The Joyous Aspect of Suffering for Christ a Help to Persecuted ChristiansC. New1 Peter 4:12-19

Table17

The Character and Privileges of a ChristianJ. Parsons.1 Peter 4:16-19
The Christian DescribedW. Jay.1 Peter 4:16-19
The Pious Sufferer Exhorted to Glorify GodSketches of Four Hundred Sermons1 Peter 4:16-19
The Two-Fold SorrowE. J. Hardy, M. A.1 Peter 4:16-19

Table19

Third Sunday After Trinity Humility, Trust, Watchfulness, SufferingMartin Luther1 Peter 5:1
True Office-Bearers in the ChurchU.R. Thomas1 Peter 5:1
A Witness and a PartakerC. H. Spurgeon.1 Peter 5:1-4
Address to the Young EldersDean Vaughan.1 Peter 5:1-4
Elders ExhortedJohn Rogers.1 Peter 5:1-4
Feed the SheepEmily S. Holt.1 Peter 5:1-4
God's Servants -- Their Ruling MotiveJohn Ruskin.1 Peter 5:1-4
Gold a Contemptible Motive for ServiceC. Kingsley.1 Peter 5:1-4
Ministerial AuthorityJohn Rogers.1 Peter 5:1-4
Ministerial OversightJohn Rogers.1 Peter 5:1-4
Not Lords1 Peter 5:1-4
Partaking as Well as PreachingRalph Venning.1 Peter 5:1-4
Peter Exhorting the EldersJ. J. S. Bird, B. A.1 Peter 5:1-4
Power of Example1 Peter 5:1-4
The Chief ShepherdJ. Stratten.1 Peter 5:1-4
The Chief Shepherd's AppearanceG. Clayton.1 Peter 5:1-4
The Conduct Becoming the Elders of the ChurchC. New1 Peter 5:1-4
The Discharge of the MinistryAbp. Leighton.1 Peter 5:1-4
The Faithful MinisterJ. A. James.1 Peter 5:1-4
The Office, Spirit, and Reward of a Faithful MinistryJ. Packard, D. D.1 Peter 5:1-4
Too Much Money for a Clergyman1 Peter 5:1-4
True Office Bearers in the ChurchU. R. Thomas.1 Peter 5:1-4
Concluding ExhortationsR. Finlayson1 Peter 5:1-11

Table2

The Shepherd and Bishop of SoulsA. Maclaren1 Peter 2:25
The Strayed Sheep RecoveredJ.R. Thomson1 Peter 2:25
Under the Shepherd's CareJ. Hudson Taylor1 Peter 2:25

Table20

The True PastorateJ.R. Thomson1 Peter 5:2-4
True Office-Bearers in the Church (No. 2)U.R. Thomas1 Peter 5:2-5

Table22

Christian SobrietyBp. Jeremy Taylor.1 Peter 5:8-9
Of the Being, Enmity, Fierceness, and Cunning of the DeviJ. Cooke, M. A.1 Peter 5:8-9
Our Vigilance Must be ComprehensiveArchbp. Trench.1 Peter 5:8-9
Ready for TemptationKing's Highway.1 Peter 5:8-9
Sympathy with Saints and MartyrsPlain Sermons by Contributors to the, Tracts for the Times1 Peter 5:8-9
The Advantages of Moderation in the Enjoyment of Sensual PleasureG. J. Zollikofer.1 Peter 5:8-9
The DevilF. D. Maurice, M. A.1 Peter 5:8-9
The Devil a Roaring LionA. Roberts, M. A.1 Peter 5:8-9
The Devil and HumanityD. Thomas, D. D.1 Peter 5:8-9
The Devil and HumanityD. Thomas, D. D.1 Peter 5:8-9
The Personality and Agency of Evil SpiritsA. K. H. Boyd, D. D.1 Peter 5:8-9
The Roaring LionC. H. Spurgeon.1 Peter 5:8-9
The Roaring LionM. G. Pearse.1 Peter 5:8-9
The Wide Diffusion of Trials a Motive to SteadfastnessH. Melvill, B. D.1 Peter 5:8-9
Watch Against Little SinsR. South, D. D.1 Peter 5:8-9
Watch Against Our Old SinsNewman Hall.1 Peter 5:8-9
Suspicion of SatanC. New1 Peter 5:8-11

Table23

A New Year's BenedictionC. H. Spurgeon.1 Peter 5:10
An Apostolic PrayerW. Jay, M. A.1 Peter 5:10
Christian Stability, Strength, and EstablishmentJ. Vaughan, M. A.1 Peter 5:10
GloryC. H. Spurgeon1 Peter 5:10
Grace All in AllF. Lear.1 Peter 5:10
Suffering and PerfectionJohn Macfarlane, D. D.1 Peter 5:10
The Church's Present and FutureH. Bonar, D. D.1 Peter 5:10
The Consolations and Sufferings of the BelieverJ. Brewster, D. D.1 Peter 5:10
The God of All GraceA. G. Brown.1 Peter 5:10
The God of All GraceJ.R. Thomson1 Peter 5:10
The God of All the GracesJ. Vaughan, M. A.1 Peter 5:10
The Good and Means of EstablishmentW. Bridge, M. A.1 Peter 5:10
The Manifold Gifts for Manifold NeedA. Maclaren1 Peter 5:10
Triple PerfectionR. W. Moss.1 Peter 5:10
Why We May Make Sure of God's Help in ConflictA. Maclaren1 Peter 5:10

Table24

An Apostolic Testimony and ExhortationA. Maclaren, D. D.1 Peter 5:12
SilvanusA. Maclaren, D. D.1 Peter 5:12
SylvanusAlexander Maclaren1 Peter 5:12
Testimony and ExhortationJohn Rogers.1 Peter 5:12
The Gospel of the Grace of GodJames Parsons.1 Peter 5:12
True GraceJohn Mitchell, D. D.1 Peter 5:12
ConclusionR. Finlayson1 Peter 5:12-14

Table25

Marcus My SonA. Maclaren, D. D.1 Peter 5:13
The Church in BabylonA. Maclaren, D. D.1 Peter 5:13

Table4

The Christian Husband Called to Enjoy Spiritual Blessings with the Christian WifeC. New1 Peter 3:7
The Twofold Claim of WomanhoodJ.R. Thomson1 Peter 3:7

Table6

All Sins to be EschewedJohn Rogers.1 Peter 3:10-11
Christians Must be Doers of GoodJohn Rogers.1 Peter 3:10-11
Dangers in Life to be AvoidedH. W. Beecher.1 Peter 3:10-11
Do GoodW. S. Plumer, D. D.1 Peter 3:10-11
Eschew Evil and Do Good1 Peter 3:10-11
How We Must Seek PeaceJohn Rogers.1 Peter 3:10-11
On Seeking PeaceBp. Kidder.1 Peter 3:10-11
The Evil of SinJohn Rogers.1 Peter 3:10-11
The Evil of the TongueAbp. Leighton.1 Peter 3:10-11
The Extent of Well-Doing RequiredJohn Rogers.1 Peter 3:10-11
The True Life Worth LivingBp. Alexander.1 Peter 3:10-11
The Way to Secure Good DaysThe Weekly Pulpit1 Peter 3:10-11
The Words of Our LipsH. J. Wilmot Buxton, M. A.1 Peter 3:10-11
VeracityF. Wayland.1 Peter 3:10-11
Why Sin Must be AvoidedJohn Rogers.1 Peter 3:10-11
Why We Must Seek PeaceJohn Rogers.1 Peter 3:10-11

Table7

God's Different Regards to Saints and SinnersT. Hannam.1 Peter 3:12
The Divine Attentiveness to the RighteousS. Partridge, M. A.1 Peter 3:12

Table8

Christian ZealJ.R. Thomson1 Peter 3:13
Doing Good, as Security Against Injuries from MenAbp. Tillotson.1 Peter 3:13
Good Still Left UnharmedBp. Jeremy Taylor.1 Peter 3:13
Personal GoodnessHomilist1 Peter 3:13
The Advantage of Imitating the GoodAbp. Leighton.1 Peter 3:13
The Armor of RighteousnessA. Maclaren1 Peter 3:13
The Godly ProtectedH. Melvill, B. D.1 Peter 3:13
The Harmed and the UnhatchedJ. S. Boone, M. A.1 Peter 3:13
The Practice of Virtue the Greatest Security Against Our EnemiesS. Clarke, D. D.1 Peter 3:13
The Protection of God1 Peter 3:13
The Safety of the Righteous Man from Injury and HarmDavid Ranken.1 Peter 3:13
Suffering for RighteousnessU.R. Thomas1 Peter 3:13-18
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Surviving Times of Suffering

COMPARISON OF POINTS OF EMPHASIS FIRST AND SECOND PETER

FIRST PETERSECOND PETER
Letter of consolationLetter of Warning
Encouragement for the ChurchError in the Church
Main teaching: Comfort for Suffering SaintsMain teaching: Exposure of False Teachers
Suffering of ChristGlory of Christ
Christ - His Redemptive TitleLord - His Title of Dominion
Hope - Enables us to Face TrialsFull Knowledge - Enables us to Recognize Error
External OppositionInternal Opposition
HostilityHeresy
Danger from WithoutDanger from Within
Hope in the Lord's ReturnCertainty of the Lord's Return
Walk in Holiness as God is HolyGrowth in Grace and Knowledge of Christ
"Pain with a Purpose""Poison in the Pew"

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Table

Christ the ExemplarAlexander Maclaren1 Peter 2:21
Christ's Passion Our Peace and PatternA. Maclaren1 Peter 2:21
Transcriber's NoteAlexander Maclaren1 Peter 2:21

Table11

Christian AsceticismAlexander Maclaren1 Peter 4:1
Cardinal TruthsJ. J. S. Bird.1 Peter 4:1-6
Christ the Grand Necessity of ManD. Thomas, D. D.1 Peter 4:1-6
Christ's SufferingsD. Thomas, D. D.1 Peter 4:1-6
Coming to JudgmentR. Finlayson1 Peter 4:1-6
Conformity with ChristAbp. Leighton.1 Peter 4:1-6
Ecce HomoA. Rowland, LL. B.1 Peter 4:1-6
God's Win1 Peter 4:1-6
Living to God's WillU. R. Thomas.1 Peter 4:1-6
Men's Lusts Opposed to God's WillJohn Rogers.1 Peter 4:1-6
Sin PiercedJ. Trapp.1 Peter 4:1-6
The Flesh Rightly UsedG. Calthrop.1 Peter 4:1-6
The Rest of His Time in the FleshF. B. Meyer, B. A.1 Peter 4:1-6
The Right Use of the Residue of Our TimeD. Thomas, D. D.1 Peter 4:1-6
The Time in the FleshHomilist1 Peter 4:1-6
The Will of GodF. B. Meyer, B. A.1 Peter 4:1-6
Will of GodJohn Bate.1 Peter 4:1-6
The Persecuted Christian Reminded of the Necessity of Suffering for RighteousnessC. New1 Peter 4:1-7

Table12

A Sinner Changed by GraceG. Burder.1 Peter 4:3-5
AmusementsD. Thomas, D. D.1 Peter 4:3-5
Christian ConsistencyThe Evangelist1 Peter 4:3-5
Counteracting the GoodH. F. Kohlbrugge, D. D.1 Peter 4:3-5
Departed YearsD. Thomas, D. D.1 Peter 4:3-5
Excess of RiotC. Wordsworth.1 Peter 4:3-5
PleasureT. Adams.1 Peter 4:3-5
The Consideration of Misspent Time an Incentive to RepentanceJohn Rogers.1 Peter 4:3-5
The Old Year and the NewH. W. Beecher.1 Peter 4:3-5
The Pleasures of a Holy Life Inexplicable to the UngodlyJ. Spencer.1 Peter 4:3-5
The Voice of the PastA London Suburban Minister1 Peter 4:3-5
Living to the Will of GodU.R. Thomas1 Peter 4:3-6

Table14

The Persecuted Christian Reminded of the Help of Brotherly LoveC. New1 Peter 4:8-11
Christian Love as a ServiceU.R. Thomas1 Peter 4:9-11

Table15

Gifts and ServiceA. Maclaren1 Peter 4:10
StewardshipJ.R. Thomson1 Peter 4:10

Table16

TrialsJ.R. Thomson1 Peter 4:12, 13
The Christian's Fiery TrialU.R. Thomas1 Peter 4:12-14
A Hint to MeddlersScientific Illustrations1 Peter 4:12-16
A Rejoicing HeartAbp. Leighton.1 Peter 4:12-16
Afflictions are TrialsJohn Rogers.1 Peter 4:12-16
Mind Your Own BusinessGreat Thoughts1 Peter 4:12-16
Not So StrangeF. B. Meyer, B. A.1 Peter 4:12-16
Participation in Christ's SufferingsBp. Boyd Carpenter.1 Peter 4:12-16
Participation in the Sufferings of ChristJ. Caird, D. D.1 Peter 4:12-16
Righteous and Evil SufferingJ. J. S. Bird, B. A.1 Peter 4:12-16
The BusybodyH. Melvill, B. D.1 Peter 4:12-16
The Christian's PersecutionsJ. J. S. Bird, B. A.1 Peter 4:12-16
The Proper Temper of Christians in AfflictionThe Evangelist1 Peter 4:12-16
Trial no Strange Thing to the ChristianH. Melvill, B. D.1 Peter 4:12-16
Trials no Strange ThingN. L. Frothingham.1 Peter 4:12-16
Fiery Trial Among the ChristiansR. Finlayson1 Peter 4:12-19
The Joyous Aspect of Suffering for Christ a Help to Persecuted ChristiansC. New1 Peter 4:12-19

Table17

The Character and Privileges of a ChristianJ. Parsons.1 Peter 4:16-19
The Christian DescribedW. Jay.1 Peter 4:16-19
The Pious Sufferer Exhorted to Glorify GodSketches of Four Hundred Sermons1 Peter 4:16-19
The Two-Fold SorrowE. J. Hardy, M. A.1 Peter 4:16-19

Table19

Third Sunday After Trinity Humility, Trust, Watchfulness, SufferingMartin Luther1 Peter 5:1
True Office-Bearers in the ChurchU.R. Thomas1 Peter 5:1
A Witness and a PartakerC. H. Spurgeon.1 Peter 5:1-4
Address to the Young EldersDean Vaughan.1 Peter 5:1-4
Elders ExhortedJohn Rogers.1 Peter 5:1-4
Feed the SheepEmily S. Holt.1 Peter 5:1-4
God's Servants -- Their Ruling MotiveJohn Ruskin.1 Peter 5:1-4
Gold a Contemptible Motive for ServiceC. Kingsley.1 Peter 5:1-4
Ministerial AuthorityJohn Rogers.1 Peter 5:1-4
Ministerial OversightJohn Rogers.1 Peter 5:1-4
Not Lords1 Peter 5:1-4
Partaking as Well as PreachingRalph Venning.1 Peter 5:1-4
Peter Exhorting the EldersJ. J. S. Bird, B. A.1 Peter 5:1-4
Power of Example1 Peter 5:1-4
The Chief ShepherdJ. Stratten.1 Peter 5:1-4
The Chief Shepherd's AppearanceG. Clayton.1 Peter 5:1-4
The Conduct Becoming the Elders of the ChurchC. New1 Peter 5:1-4
The Discharge of the MinistryAbp. Leighton.1 Peter 5:1-4
The Faithful MinisterJ. A. James.1 Peter 5:1-4
The Office, Spirit, and Reward of a Faithful MinistryJ. Packard, D. D.1 Peter 5:1-4
Too Much Money for a Clergyman1 Peter 5:1-4
True Office Bearers in the ChurchU. R. Thomas.1 Peter 5:1-4
Concluding ExhortationsR. Finlayson1 Peter 5:1-11

Table2

The Shepherd and Bishop of SoulsA. Maclaren1 Peter 2:25
The Strayed Sheep RecoveredJ.R. Thomson1 Peter 2:25
Under the Shepherd's CareJ. Hudson Taylor1 Peter 2:25

Table20

The True PastorateJ.R. Thomson1 Peter 5:2-4
True Office-Bearers in the Church (No. 2)U.R. Thomas1 Peter 5:2-5

Table22

Christian SobrietyBp. Jeremy Taylor.1 Peter 5:8-9
Of the Being, Enmity, Fierceness, and Cunning of the DeviJ. Cooke, M. A.1 Peter 5:8-9
Our Vigilance Must be ComprehensiveArchbp. Trench.1 Peter 5:8-9
Ready for TemptationKing's Highway.1 Peter 5:8-9
Sympathy with Saints and MartyrsPlain Sermons by Contributors to the, Tracts for the Times1 Peter 5:8-9
The Advantages of Moderation in the Enjoyment of Sensual PleasureG. J. Zollikofer.1 Peter 5:8-9
The DevilF. D. Maurice, M. A.1 Peter 5:8-9
The Devil a Roaring LionA. Roberts, M. A.1 Peter 5:8-9
The Devil and HumanityD. Thomas, D. D.1 Peter 5:8-9
The Devil and HumanityD. Thomas, D. D.1 Peter 5:8-9
The Personality and Agency of Evil SpiritsA. K. H. Boyd, D. D.1 Peter 5:8-9
The Roaring LionC. H. Spurgeon.1 Peter 5:8-9
The Roaring LionM. G. Pearse.1 Peter 5:8-9
The Wide Diffusion of Trials a Motive to SteadfastnessH. Melvill, B. D.1 Peter 5:8-9
Watch Against Little SinsR. South, D. D.1 Peter 5:8-9
Watch Against Our Old SinsNewman Hall.1 Peter 5:8-9
Suspicion of SatanC. New1 Peter 5:8-11

Table23

A New Year's BenedictionC. H. Spurgeon.1 Peter 5:10
An Apostolic PrayerW. Jay, M. A.1 Peter 5:10
Christian Stability, Strength, and EstablishmentJ. Vaughan, M. A.1 Peter 5:10
GloryC. H. Spurgeon1 Peter 5:10
Grace All in AllF. Lear.1 Peter 5:10
Suffering and PerfectionJohn Macfarlane, D. D.1 Peter 5:10
The Church's Present and FutureH. Bonar, D. D.1 Peter 5:10
The Consolations and Sufferings of the BelieverJ. Brewster, D. D.1 Peter 5:10
The God of All GraceA. G. Brown.1 Peter 5:10
The God of All GraceJ.R. Thomson1 Peter 5:10
The God of All the GracesJ. Vaughan, M. A.1 Peter 5:10
The Good and Means of EstablishmentW. Bridge, M. A.1 Peter 5:10
The Manifold Gifts for Manifold NeedA. Maclaren1 Peter 5:10
Triple PerfectionR. W. Moss.1 Peter 5:10
Why We May Make Sure of God's Help in ConflictA. Maclaren1 Peter 5:10

Table24

An Apostolic Testimony and ExhortationA. Maclaren, D. D.1 Peter 5:12
SilvanusA. Maclaren, D. D.1 Peter 5:12
SylvanusAlexander Maclaren1 Peter 5:12
Testimony and ExhortationJohn Rogers.1 Peter 5:12
The Gospel of the Grace of GodJames Parsons.1 Peter 5:12
True GraceJohn Mitchell, D. D.1 Peter 5:12
ConclusionR. Finlayson1 Peter 5:12-14

Table25

Marcus My SonA. Maclaren, D. D.1 Peter 5:13
The Church in BabylonA. Maclaren, D. D.1 Peter 5:13

Table4

The Christian Husband Called to Enjoy Spiritual Blessings with the Christian WifeC. New1 Peter 3:7
The Twofold Claim of WomanhoodJ.R. Thomson1 Peter 3:7

Table6

All Sins to be EschewedJohn Rogers.1 Peter 3:10-11
Christians Must be Doers of GoodJohn Rogers.1 Peter 3:10-11
Dangers in Life to be AvoidedH. W. Beecher.1 Peter 3:10-11
Do GoodW. S. Plumer, D. D.1 Peter 3:10-11
Eschew Evil and Do Good1 Peter 3:10-11
How We Must Seek PeaceJohn Rogers.1 Peter 3:10-11
On Seeking PeaceBp. Kidder.1 Peter 3:10-11
The Evil of SinJohn Rogers.1 Peter 3:10-11
The Evil of the TongueAbp. Leighton.1 Peter 3:10-11
The Extent of Well-Doing RequiredJohn Rogers.1 Peter 3:10-11
The True Life Worth LivingBp. Alexander.1 Peter 3:10-11
The Way to Secure Good DaysThe Weekly Pulpit1 Peter 3:10-11
The Words of Our LipsH. J. Wilmot Buxton, M. A.1 Peter 3:10-11
VeracityF. Wayland.1 Peter 3:10-11
Why Sin Must be AvoidedJohn Rogers.1 Peter 3:10-11
Why We Must Seek PeaceJohn Rogers.1 Peter 3:10-11

Table7

God's Different Regards to Saints and SinnersT. Hannam.1 Peter 3:12
The Divine Attentiveness to the RighteousS. Partridge, M. A.1 Peter 3:12

Table8

Christian ZealJ.R. Thomson1 Peter 3:13
Doing Good, as Security Against Injuries from MenAbp. Tillotson.1 Peter 3:13
Good Still Left UnharmedBp. Jeremy Taylor.1 Peter 3:13
Personal GoodnessHomilist1 Peter 3:13
The Advantage of Imitating the GoodAbp. Leighton.1 Peter 3:13
The Armor of RighteousnessA. Maclaren1 Peter 3:13
The Godly ProtectedH. Melvill, B. D.1 Peter 3:13
The Harmed and the UnhatchedJ. S. Boone, M. A.1 Peter 3:13
The Practice of Virtue the Greatest Security Against Our EnemiesS. Clarke, D. D.1 Peter 3:13
The Protection of God1 Peter 3:13
The Safety of the Righteous Man from Injury and HarmDavid Ranken.1 Peter 3:13
Suffering for RighteousnessU.R. Thomas1 Peter 3:13-18
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The Conquering Christ

COMPARISON OF POINTS OF EMPHASIS FIRST AND SECOND PETER

FIRST PETERSECOND PETER
Letter of consolationLetter of Warning
Encouragement for the ChurchError in the Church
Main teaching: Comfort for Suffering SaintsMain teaching: Exposure of False Teachers
Suffering of ChristGlory of Christ
Christ - His Redemptive TitleLord - His Title of Dominion
Hope - Enables us to Face TrialsFull Knowledge - Enables us to Recognize Error
External OppositionInternal Opposition
HostilityHeresy
Danger from WithoutDanger from Within
Hope in the Lord's ReturnCertainty of the Lord's Return
Walk in Holiness as God is HolyGrowth in Grace and Knowledge of Christ
"Pain with a Purpose""Poison in the Pew"

Open with me this morning to book of 1 Peter 5: 6-11. Christianity, at its very beginning, was seen as a Jewish faction. Toward the middle of the first century, it established itself as being unique from Judaism. From the very beginning of church, Christians were persecuted for their faith in Jesus. At first, they were persecuted by Jewish religious authorities, such as Saul of Tarsus before his conversion. The Late, r Roman Empire persecuted Christians. From Nero in the first century to Diocletian in the first part of the fourth century, Christians were regularly martyred for proclaiming that Jesus was and is the Son of God. Throughout the middle ages, Roman Catholic church killed many believers who would not submit to its dogma. Today, in communist and Islamic countries around the world, Christians regularly face persecution and death for their faith. Peter wrote this letter not only to persecute the church, but to one that is struggling with living out its faith. The difficulty many of us face is not necessarily persecution. Most of our struggles come from failure remain constantly under the Lordship of Jesus Christ. The secret to effective Christian life is found in living in His strength, not in our own, in living under His control and not under self-rule. It is easy to serve our Lord when times are good and it costs us nothing to hold our faith. But there are times when we grow weary, when we feel defeat, when it seems that the circumstances of life will surly overwhelm us. It is in moments like these that we choose between dealing with life in our own strength or remaining dependent on the Spirit of God living within us. If you find yourself in this situation this morning, take heart. God has word of encouragement for you. His desire is to use these difficulties to strengthen you, to perfect and establish you, and to demonstrate to you how he wants to care for you. There are six things in this passage to which I would draw your attention.

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Table

Christ the ExemplarAlexander Maclaren1 Peter 2:21
Christ's Passion Our Peace and PatternA. Maclaren1 Peter 2:21
Transcriber's NoteAlexander Maclaren1 Peter 2:21

Table11

Christian AsceticismAlexander Maclaren1 Peter 4:1
Cardinal TruthsJ. J. S. Bird.1 Peter 4:1-6
Christ the Grand Necessity of ManD. Thomas, D. D.1 Peter 4:1-6
Christ's SufferingsD. Thomas, D. D.1 Peter 4:1-6
Coming to JudgmentR. Finlayson1 Peter 4:1-6
Conformity with ChristAbp. Leighton.1 Peter 4:1-6
Ecce HomoA. Rowland, LL. B.1 Peter 4:1-6
God's Win1 Peter 4:1-6
Living to God's WillU. R. Thomas.1 Peter 4:1-6
Men's Lusts Opposed to God's WillJohn Rogers.1 Peter 4:1-6
Sin PiercedJ. Trapp.1 Peter 4:1-6
The Flesh Rightly UsedG. Calthrop.1 Peter 4:1-6
The Rest of His Time in the FleshF. B. Meyer, B. A.1 Peter 4:1-6
The Right Use of the Residue of Our TimeD. Thomas, D. D.1 Peter 4:1-6
The Time in the FleshHomilist1 Peter 4:1-6
The Will of GodF. B. Meyer, B. A.1 Peter 4:1-6
Will of GodJohn Bate.1 Peter 4:1-6
The Persecuted Christian Reminded of the Necessity of Suffering for RighteousnessC. New1 Peter 4:1-7

Table12

A Sinner Changed by GraceG. Burder.1 Peter 4:3-5
AmusementsD. Thomas, D. D.1 Peter 4:3-5
Christian ConsistencyThe Evangelist1 Peter 4:3-5
Counteracting the GoodH. F. Kohlbrugge, D. D.1 Peter 4:3-5
Departed YearsD. Thomas, D. D.1 Peter 4:3-5
Excess of RiotC. Wordsworth.1 Peter 4:3-5
PleasureT. Adams.1 Peter 4:3-5
The Consideration of Misspent Time an Incentive to RepentanceJohn Rogers.1 Peter 4:3-5
The Old Year and the NewH. W. Beecher.1 Peter 4:3-5
The Pleasures of a Holy Life Inexplicable to the UngodlyJ. Spencer.1 Peter 4:3-5
The Voice of the PastA London Suburban Minister1 Peter 4:3-5
Living to the Will of GodU.R. Thomas1 Peter 4:3-6

Table14

The Persecuted Christian Reminded of the Help of Brotherly LoveC. New1 Peter 4:8-11
Christian Love as a ServiceU.R. Thomas1 Peter 4:9-11

Table15

Gifts and ServiceA. Maclaren1 Peter 4:10
StewardshipJ.R. Thomson1 Peter 4:10

Table16

TrialsJ.R. Thomson1 Peter 4:12, 13
The Christian's Fiery TrialU.R. Thomas1 Peter 4:12-14
A Hint to MeddlersScientific Illustrations1 Peter 4:12-16
A Rejoicing HeartAbp. Leighton.1 Peter 4:12-16
Afflictions are TrialsJohn Rogers.1 Peter 4:12-16
Mind Your Own BusinessGreat Thoughts1 Peter 4:12-16
Not So StrangeF. B. Meyer, B. A.1 Peter 4:12-16
Participation in Christ's SufferingsBp. Boyd Carpenter.1 Peter 4:12-16
Participation in the Sufferings of ChristJ. Caird, D. D.1 Peter 4:12-16
Righteous and Evil SufferingJ. J. S. Bird, B. A.1 Peter 4:12-16
The BusybodyH. Melvill, B. D.1 Peter 4:12-16
The Christian's PersecutionsJ. J. S. Bird, B. A.1 Peter 4:12-16
The Proper Temper of Christians in AfflictionThe Evangelist1 Peter 4:12-16
Trial no Strange Thing to the ChristianH. Melvill, B. D.1 Peter 4:12-16
Trials no Strange ThingN. L. Frothingham.1 Peter 4:12-16
Fiery Trial Among the ChristiansR. Finlayson1 Peter 4:12-19
The Joyous Aspect of Suffering for Christ a Help to Persecuted ChristiansC. New1 Peter 4:12-19

Table17

The Character and Privileges of a ChristianJ. Parsons.1 Peter 4:16-19
The Christian DescribedW. Jay.1 Peter 4:16-19
The Pious Sufferer Exhorted to Glorify GodSketches of Four Hundred Sermons1 Peter 4:16-19
The Two-Fold SorrowE. J. Hardy, M. A.1 Peter 4:16-19

Table19

Third Sunday After Trinity Humility, Trust, Watchfulness, SufferingMartin Luther1 Peter 5:1
True Office-Bearers in the ChurchU.R. Thomas1 Peter 5:1
A Witness and a PartakerC. H. Spurgeon.1 Peter 5:1-4
Address to the Young EldersDean Vaughan.1 Peter 5:1-4
Elders ExhortedJohn Rogers.1 Peter 5:1-4
Feed the SheepEmily S. Holt.1 Peter 5:1-4
God's Servants -- Their Ruling MotiveJohn Ruskin.1 Peter 5:1-4
Gold a Contemptible Motive for ServiceC. Kingsley.1 Peter 5:1-4
Ministerial AuthorityJohn Rogers.1 Peter 5:1-4
Ministerial OversightJohn Rogers.1 Peter 5:1-4
Not Lords1 Peter 5:1-4
Partaking as Well as PreachingRalph Venning.1 Peter 5:1-4
Peter Exhorting the EldersJ. J. S. Bird, B. A.1 Peter 5:1-4
Power of Example1 Peter 5:1-4
The Chief ShepherdJ. Stratten.1 Peter 5:1-4
The Chief Shepherd's AppearanceG. Clayton.1 Peter 5:1-4
The Conduct Becoming the Elders of the ChurchC. New1 Peter 5:1-4
The Discharge of the MinistryAbp. Leighton.1 Peter 5:1-4
The Faithful MinisterJ. A. James.1 Peter 5:1-4
The Office, Spirit, and Reward of a Faithful MinistryJ. Packard, D. D.1 Peter 5:1-4
Too Much Money for a Clergyman1 Peter 5:1-4
True Office Bearers in the ChurchU. R. Thomas.1 Peter 5:1-4
Concluding ExhortationsR. Finlayson1 Peter 5:1-11

Table2

The Shepherd and Bishop of SoulsA. Maclaren1 Peter 2:25
The Strayed Sheep RecoveredJ.R. Thomson1 Peter 2:25
Under the Shepherd's CareJ. Hudson Taylor1 Peter 2:25

Table20

The True PastorateJ.R. Thomson1 Peter 5:2-4
True Office-Bearers in the Church (No. 2)U.R. Thomas1 Peter 5:2-5

Table22

Christian SobrietyBp. Jeremy Taylor.1 Peter 5:8-9
Of the Being, Enmity, Fierceness, and Cunning of the DeviJ. Cooke, M. A.1 Peter 5:8-9
Our Vigilance Must be ComprehensiveArchbp. Trench.1 Peter 5:8-9
Ready for TemptationKing's Highway.1 Peter 5:8-9
Sympathy with Saints and MartyrsPlain Sermons by Contributors to the, Tracts for the Times1 Peter 5:8-9
The Advantages of Moderation in the Enjoyment of Sensual PleasureG. J. Zollikofer.1 Peter 5:8-9
The DevilF. D. Maurice, M. A.1 Peter 5:8-9
The Devil a Roaring LionA. Roberts, M. A.1 Peter 5:8-9
The Devil and HumanityD. Thomas, D. D.1 Peter 5:8-9
The Devil and HumanityD. Thomas, D. D.1 Peter 5:8-9
The Personality and Agency of Evil SpiritsA. K. H. Boyd, D. D.1 Peter 5:8-9
The Roaring LionC. H. Spurgeon.1 Peter 5:8-9
The Roaring LionM. G. Pearse.1 Peter 5:8-9
The Wide Diffusion of Trials a Motive to SteadfastnessH. Melvill, B. D.1 Peter 5:8-9
Watch Against Little SinsR. South, D. D.1 Peter 5:8-9
Watch Against Our Old SinsNewman Hall.1 Peter 5:8-9
Suspicion of SatanC. New1 Peter 5:8-11

Table23

A New Year's BenedictionC. H. Spurgeon.1 Peter 5:10
An Apostolic PrayerW. Jay, M. A.1 Peter 5:10
Christian Stability, Strength, and EstablishmentJ. Vaughan, M. A.1 Peter 5:10
GloryC. H. Spurgeon1 Peter 5:10
Grace All in AllF. Lear.1 Peter 5:10
Suffering and PerfectionJohn Macfarlane, D. D.1 Peter 5:10
The Church's Present and FutureH. Bonar, D. D.1 Peter 5:10
The Consolations and Sufferings of the BelieverJ. Brewster, D. D.1 Peter 5:10
The God of All GraceA. G. Brown.1 Peter 5:10
The God of All GraceJ.R. Thomson1 Peter 5:10
The God of All the GracesJ. Vaughan, M. A.1 Peter 5:10
The Good and Means of EstablishmentW. Bridge, M. A.1 Peter 5:10
The Manifold Gifts for Manifold NeedA. Maclaren1 Peter 5:10
Triple PerfectionR. W. Moss.1 Peter 5:10
Why We May Make Sure of God's Help in ConflictA. Maclaren1 Peter 5:10

Table24

An Apostolic Testimony and ExhortationA. Maclaren, D. D.1 Peter 5:12
SilvanusA. Maclaren, D. D.1 Peter 5:12
SylvanusAlexander Maclaren1 Peter 5:12
Testimony and ExhortationJohn Rogers.1 Peter 5:12
The Gospel of the Grace of GodJames Parsons.1 Peter 5:12
True GraceJohn Mitchell, D. D.1 Peter 5:12
ConclusionR. Finlayson1 Peter 5:12-14

Table25

Marcus My SonA. Maclaren, D. D.1 Peter 5:13
The Church in BabylonA. Maclaren, D. D.1 Peter 5:13

Table4

The Christian Husband Called to Enjoy Spiritual Blessings with the Christian WifeC. New1 Peter 3:7
The Twofold Claim of WomanhoodJ.R. Thomson1 Peter 3:7

Table6

All Sins to be EschewedJohn Rogers.1 Peter 3:10-11
Christians Must be Doers of GoodJohn Rogers.1 Peter 3:10-11
Dangers in Life to be AvoidedH. W. Beecher.1 Peter 3:10-11
Do GoodW. S. Plumer, D. D.1 Peter 3:10-11
Eschew Evil and Do Good1 Peter 3:10-11
How We Must Seek PeaceJohn Rogers.1 Peter 3:10-11
On Seeking PeaceBp. Kidder.1 Peter 3:10-11
The Evil of SinJohn Rogers.1 Peter 3:10-11
The Evil of the TongueAbp. Leighton.1 Peter 3:10-11
The Extent of Well-Doing RequiredJohn Rogers.1 Peter 3:10-11
The True Life Worth LivingBp. Alexander.1 Peter 3:10-11
The Way to Secure Good DaysThe Weekly Pulpit1 Peter 3:10-11
The Words of Our LipsH. J. Wilmot Buxton, M. A.1 Peter 3:10-11
VeracityF. Wayland.1 Peter 3:10-11
Why Sin Must be AvoidedJohn Rogers.1 Peter 3:10-11
Why We Must Seek PeaceJohn Rogers.1 Peter 3:10-11

Table7

God's Different Regards to Saints and SinnersT. Hannam.1 Peter 3:12
The Divine Attentiveness to the RighteousS. Partridge, M. A.1 Peter 3:12

Table8

Christian ZealJ.R. Thomson1 Peter 3:13
Doing Good, as Security Against Injuries from MenAbp. Tillotson.1 Peter 3:13
Good Still Left UnharmedBp. Jeremy Taylor.1 Peter 3:13
Personal GoodnessHomilist1 Peter 3:13
The Advantage of Imitating the GoodAbp. Leighton.1 Peter 3:13
The Armor of RighteousnessA. Maclaren1 Peter 3:13
The Godly ProtectedH. Melvill, B. D.1 Peter 3:13
The Harmed and the UnhatchedJ. S. Boone, M. A.1 Peter 3:13
The Practice of Virtue the Greatest Security Against Our EnemiesS. Clarke, D. D.1 Peter 3:13
The Protection of God1 Peter 3:13
The Safety of the Righteous Man from Injury and HarmDavid Ranken.1 Peter 3:13
Suffering for RighteousnessU.R. Thomas1 Peter 3:13-18
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Disciples Serve (2 of 6)

COMPARISON OF POINTS OF EMPHASIS FIRST AND SECOND PETER

FIRST PETERSECOND PETER
Letter of consolationLetter of Warning
Encouragement for the ChurchError in the Church
Main teaching: Comfort for Suffering SaintsMain teaching: Exposure of False Teachers
Suffering of ChristGlory of Christ
Christ - His Redemptive TitleLord - His Title of Dominion
Hope - Enables us to Face TrialsFull Knowledge - Enables us to Recognize Error
External OppositionInternal Opposition
HostilityHeresy
Danger from WithoutDanger from Within
Hope in the Lord's ReturnCertainty of the Lord's Return
Walk in Holiness as God is HolyGrowth in Grace and Knowledge of Christ
"Pain with a Purpose""Poison in the Pew"

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Table

Christ the ExemplarAlexander Maclaren1 Peter 2:21
Christ's Passion Our Peace and PatternA. Maclaren1 Peter 2:21
Transcriber's NoteAlexander Maclaren1 Peter 2:21

Table11

Christian AsceticismAlexander Maclaren1 Peter 4:1
Cardinal TruthsJ. J. S. Bird.1 Peter 4:1-6
Christ the Grand Necessity of ManD. Thomas, D. D.1 Peter 4:1-6
Christ's SufferingsD. Thomas, D. D.1 Peter 4:1-6
Coming to JudgmentR. Finlayson1 Peter 4:1-6
Conformity with ChristAbp. Leighton.1 Peter 4:1-6
Ecce HomoA. Rowland, LL. B.1 Peter 4:1-6
God's Win1 Peter 4:1-6
Living to God's WillU. R. Thomas.1 Peter 4:1-6
Men's Lusts Opposed to God's WillJohn Rogers.1 Peter 4:1-6
Sin PiercedJ. Trapp.1 Peter 4:1-6
The Flesh Rightly UsedG. Calthrop.1 Peter 4:1-6
The Rest of His Time in the FleshF. B. Meyer, B. A.1 Peter 4:1-6
The Right Use of the Residue of Our TimeD. Thomas, D. D.1 Peter 4:1-6
The Time in the FleshHomilist1 Peter 4:1-6
The Will of GodF. B. Meyer, B. A.1 Peter 4:1-6
Will of GodJohn Bate.1 Peter 4:1-6
The Persecuted Christian Reminded of the Necessity of Suffering for RighteousnessC. New1 Peter 4:1-7

Table12

A Sinner Changed by GraceG. Burder.1 Peter 4:3-5
AmusementsD. Thomas, D. D.1 Peter 4:3-5
Christian ConsistencyThe Evangelist1 Peter 4:3-5
Counteracting the GoodH. F. Kohlbrugge, D. D.1 Peter 4:3-5
Departed YearsD. Thomas, D. D.1 Peter 4:3-5
Excess of RiotC. Wordsworth.1 Peter 4:3-5
PleasureT. Adams.1 Peter 4:3-5
The Consideration of Misspent Time an Incentive to RepentanceJohn Rogers.1 Peter 4:3-5
The Old Year and the NewH. W. Beecher.1 Peter 4:3-5
The Pleasures of a Holy Life Inexplicable to the UngodlyJ. Spencer.1 Peter 4:3-5
The Voice of the PastA London Suburban Minister1 Peter 4:3-5
Living to the Will of GodU.R. Thomas1 Peter 4:3-6

Table14

The Persecuted Christian Reminded of the Help of Brotherly LoveC. New1 Peter 4:8-11
Christian Love as a ServiceU.R. Thomas1 Peter 4:9-11

Table15

Gifts and ServiceA. Maclaren1 Peter 4:10
StewardshipJ.R. Thomson1 Peter 4:10

Table16

TrialsJ.R. Thomson1 Peter 4:12, 13
The Christian's Fiery TrialU.R. Thomas1 Peter 4:12-14
A Hint to MeddlersScientific Illustrations1 Peter 4:12-16
A Rejoicing HeartAbp. Leighton.1 Peter 4:12-16
Afflictions are TrialsJohn Rogers.1 Peter 4:12-16
Mind Your Own BusinessGreat Thoughts1 Peter 4:12-16
Not So StrangeF. B. Meyer, B. A.1 Peter 4:12-16
Participation in Christ's SufferingsBp. Boyd Carpenter.1 Peter 4:12-16
Participation in the Sufferings of ChristJ. Caird, D. D.1 Peter 4:12-16
Righteous and Evil SufferingJ. J. S. Bird, B. A.1 Peter 4:12-16
The BusybodyH. Melvill, B. D.1 Peter 4:12-16
The Christian's PersecutionsJ. J. S. Bird, B. A.1 Peter 4:12-16
The Proper Temper of Christians in AfflictionThe Evangelist1 Peter 4:12-16
Trial no Strange Thing to the ChristianH. Melvill, B. D.1 Peter 4:12-16
Trials no Strange ThingN. L. Frothingham.1 Peter 4:12-16
Fiery Trial Among the ChristiansR. Finlayson1 Peter 4:12-19
The Joyous Aspect of Suffering for Christ a Help to Persecuted ChristiansC. New1 Peter 4:12-19

Table17

The Character and Privileges of a ChristianJ. Parsons.1 Peter 4:16-19
The Christian DescribedW. Jay.1 Peter 4:16-19
The Pious Sufferer Exhorted to Glorify GodSketches of Four Hundred Sermons1 Peter 4:16-19
The Two-Fold SorrowE. J. Hardy, M. A.1 Peter 4:16-19

Table19

Third Sunday After Trinity Humility, Trust, Watchfulness, SufferingMartin Luther1 Peter 5:1
True Office-Bearers in the ChurchU.R. Thomas1 Peter 5:1
A Witness and a PartakerC. H. Spurgeon.1 Peter 5:1-4
Address to the Young EldersDean Vaughan.1 Peter 5:1-4
Elders ExhortedJohn Rogers.1 Peter 5:1-4
Feed the SheepEmily S. Holt.1 Peter 5:1-4
God's Servants -- Their Ruling MotiveJohn Ruskin.1 Peter 5:1-4
Gold a Contemptible Motive for ServiceC. Kingsley.1 Peter 5:1-4
Ministerial AuthorityJohn Rogers.1 Peter 5:1-4
Ministerial OversightJohn Rogers.1 Peter 5:1-4
Not Lords1 Peter 5:1-4
Partaking as Well as PreachingRalph Venning.1 Peter 5:1-4
Peter Exhorting the EldersJ. J. S. Bird, B. A.1 Peter 5:1-4
Power of Example1 Peter 5:1-4
The Chief ShepherdJ. Stratten.1 Peter 5:1-4
The Chief Shepherd's AppearanceG. Clayton.1 Peter 5:1-4
The Conduct Becoming the Elders of the ChurchC. New1 Peter 5:1-4
The Discharge of the MinistryAbp. Leighton.1 Peter 5:1-4
The Faithful MinisterJ. A. James.1 Peter 5:1-4
The Office, Spirit, and Reward of a Faithful MinistryJ. Packard, D. D.1 Peter 5:1-4
Too Much Money for a Clergyman1 Peter 5:1-4
True Office Bearers in the ChurchU. R. Thomas.1 Peter 5:1-4
Concluding ExhortationsR. Finlayson1 Peter 5:1-11

Table2

The Shepherd and Bishop of SoulsA. Maclaren1 Peter 2:25
The Strayed Sheep RecoveredJ.R. Thomson1 Peter 2:25
Under the Shepherd's CareJ. Hudson Taylor1 Peter 2:25

Table20

The True PastorateJ.R. Thomson1 Peter 5:2-4
True Office-Bearers in the Church (No. 2)U.R. Thomas1 Peter 5:2-5

Table22

Christian SobrietyBp. Jeremy Taylor.1 Peter 5:8-9
Of the Being, Enmity, Fierceness, and Cunning of the DeviJ. Cooke, M. A.1 Peter 5:8-9
Our Vigilance Must be ComprehensiveArchbp. Trench.1 Peter 5:8-9
Ready for TemptationKing's Highway.1 Peter 5:8-9
Sympathy with Saints and MartyrsPlain Sermons by Contributors to the, Tracts for the Times1 Peter 5:8-9
The Advantages of Moderation in the Enjoyment of Sensual PleasureG. J. Zollikofer.1 Peter 5:8-9
The DevilF. D. Maurice, M. A.1 Peter 5:8-9
The Devil a Roaring LionA. Roberts, M. A.1 Peter 5:8-9
The Devil and HumanityD. Thomas, D. D.1 Peter 5:8-9
The Devil and HumanityD. Thomas, D. D.1 Peter 5:8-9
The Personality and Agency of Evil SpiritsA. K. H. Boyd, D. D.1 Peter 5:8-9
The Roaring LionC. H. Spurgeon.1 Peter 5:8-9
The Roaring LionM. G. Pearse.1 Peter 5:8-9
The Wide Diffusion of Trials a Motive to SteadfastnessH. Melvill, B. D.1 Peter 5:8-9
Watch Against Little SinsR. South, D. D.1 Peter 5:8-9
Watch Against Our Old SinsNewman Hall.1 Peter 5:8-9
Suspicion of SatanC. New1 Peter 5:8-11

Table23

A New Year's BenedictionC. H. Spurgeon.1 Peter 5:10
An Apostolic PrayerW. Jay, M. A.1 Peter 5:10
Christian Stability, Strength, and EstablishmentJ. Vaughan, M. A.1 Peter 5:10
GloryC. H. Spurgeon1 Peter 5:10
Grace All in AllF. Lear.1 Peter 5:10
Suffering and PerfectionJohn Macfarlane, D. D.1 Peter 5:10
The Church's Present and FutureH. Bonar, D. D.1 Peter 5:10
The Consolations and Sufferings of the BelieverJ. Brewster, D. D.1 Peter 5:10
The God of All GraceA. G. Brown.1 Peter 5:10
The God of All GraceJ.R. Thomson1 Peter 5:10
The God of All the GracesJ. Vaughan, M. A.1 Peter 5:10
The Good and Means of EstablishmentW. Bridge, M. A.1 Peter 5:10
The Manifold Gifts for Manifold NeedA. Maclaren1 Peter 5:10
Triple PerfectionR. W. Moss.1 Peter 5:10
Why We May Make Sure of God's Help in ConflictA. Maclaren1 Peter 5:10

Table24

An Apostolic Testimony and ExhortationA. Maclaren, D. D.1 Peter 5:12
SilvanusA. Maclaren, D. D.1 Peter 5:12
SylvanusAlexander Maclaren1 Peter 5:12
Testimony and ExhortationJohn Rogers.1 Peter 5:12
The Gospel of the Grace of GodJames Parsons.1 Peter 5:12
True GraceJohn Mitchell, D. D.1 Peter 5:12
ConclusionR. Finlayson1 Peter 5:12-14

Table25

Marcus My SonA. Maclaren, D. D.1 Peter 5:13
The Church in BabylonA. Maclaren, D. D.1 Peter 5:13

Table4

The Christian Husband Called to Enjoy Spiritual Blessings with the Christian WifeC. New1 Peter 3:7
The Twofold Claim of WomanhoodJ.R. Thomson1 Peter 3:7

Table6

All Sins to be EschewedJohn Rogers.1 Peter 3:10-11
Christians Must be Doers of GoodJohn Rogers.1 Peter 3:10-11
Dangers in Life to be AvoidedH. W. Beecher.1 Peter 3:10-11
Do GoodW. S. Plumer, D. D.1 Peter 3:10-11
Eschew Evil and Do Good1 Peter 3:10-11
How We Must Seek PeaceJohn Rogers.1 Peter 3:10-11
On Seeking PeaceBp. Kidder.1 Peter 3:10-11
The Evil of SinJohn Rogers.1 Peter 3:10-11
The Evil of the TongueAbp. Leighton.1 Peter 3:10-11
The Extent of Well-Doing RequiredJohn Rogers.1 Peter 3:10-11
The True Life Worth LivingBp. Alexander.1 Peter 3:10-11
The Way to Secure Good DaysThe Weekly Pulpit1 Peter 3:10-11
The Words of Our LipsH. J. Wilmot Buxton, M. A.1 Peter 3:10-11
VeracityF. Wayland.1 Peter 3:10-11
Why Sin Must be AvoidedJohn Rogers.1 Peter 3:10-11
Why We Must Seek PeaceJohn Rogers.1 Peter 3:10-11

Table7

God's Different Regards to Saints and SinnersT. Hannam.1 Peter 3:12
The Divine Attentiveness to the RighteousS. Partridge, M. A.1 Peter 3:12

Table8

Christian ZealJ.R. Thomson1 Peter 3:13
Doing Good, as Security Against Injuries from MenAbp. Tillotson.1 Peter 3:13
Good Still Left UnharmedBp. Jeremy Taylor.1 Peter 3:13
Personal GoodnessHomilist1 Peter 3:13
The Advantage of Imitating the GoodAbp. Leighton.1 Peter 3:13
The Armor of RighteousnessA. Maclaren1 Peter 3:13
The Godly ProtectedH. Melvill, B. D.1 Peter 3:13
The Harmed and the UnhatchedJ. S. Boone, M. A.1 Peter 3:13
The Practice of Virtue the Greatest Security Against Our EnemiesS. Clarke, D. D.1 Peter 3:13
The Protection of God1 Peter 3:13
The Safety of the Righteous Man from Injury and HarmDavid Ranken.1 Peter 3:13
Suffering for RighteousnessU.R. Thomas1 Peter 3:13-18
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Using Our Gifts Generously (3)

Every day, more than 32 000 men, women and children follow the trail of exile from their home country to a place of refuge. As 100 000 refugees are resettled around the world each year, majority arrive in the United States from countries like Burma, Congo, Afghanistan, Somalia, Sudan, Iraq and Syria. What should be the churchs response to this growing crisis? How should Christians compassionately respond to this highly controversial migration? In these two weeks, we will consider how God people can welcome stranger. In 1 Peter 3: 15, apostle challenges the church, but in your hearts set apart Christ as Lord. Always be prepare to give answer to everyone who asks you to give reason for hope that you have. This is from disciple who abandons Jesus at His arrest. But Peter had learnt the value of being ready to share what Jesus had done with him and for him. As God ambassadors in the world, we want to be ready to show and share the Gospel of God.

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