Nathan Sehi • Sermon • • 17 views
Peter Greets a wide group of people, mostly from Turkey. Peter describes these as the elect who are exiles to this world in the same way as Israel was the exiles in Babylon. These believers find themselves as heavenly foreigners under persecution and descrimnation. This descrimination has caused them to doubt the reality of Christ's Divine work on calvary. He reminds them of who they are (the elect,) how they became the elect (work of the Holy Spirit), and the purpose of the election (obedience/membership in the people of God). The purpose of telling us about the election of God is to help the believers trust in the divine work of God in their lives. Trust in the divine work of God is exactly what will help persecuted heavenly refugee's overcome the suffering they are facing in this world.
Robin • Sermon • • 7 views
Intro We have been laying a foundation for our hope. Peter, writing to suffering believers scattered in what is modern day Turkey, proclaims immediately in his introduction of who and whose, believers are. We had one point from last week that: I. Our identity is who God says we are. This is basic Christian…
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Robert C. Beckman Jr. • Sermon • • 0 views
Start: ▾ Start: • ///Series Intro/// Imagine being a stranger. A resident alien. Think how it would feel for people to look at you differently, to question your loyalty, how you look, how you dress your habits, your diet, your motivation. You don't have to imagine it. It's not something I'm just plucking…