02 Sep 2019
Having a made a general statement to submit to all authority, Peter cites two specific examples and deals with servants submitting to masters and wives submitting to husbands.

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The day of Pentecost ('fifty days') comes and the disciples receive the Holy Spirit. But some accuse them of being drunk.

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While waiting for the Holy Spirit to come, Peter decides to 'replace' Judas, who had betrayed Jesus and hanged himself.

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The book of Acts starts with Christ's ascension. Jesus promises the disciples the Holy Spirit after his departure but will not reveal when the kingdom will be r ...

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Acts is Luke's second letter to a certain Theophilus, and is a continuation of Luke's Gospel. Luke was a travelling companion to Paul on some of his later journ ...

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For the absolute avoidance of doubt, Peter describes the process by which the heavens will be destroyed. He also endorses Paul's writings and affirms that they ...

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Peter re-iterates, by way of reminder, that the coming of the Lord is an integral part of Christian belief. As is the physical destruction of the heavens and th ...

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Within a generation of Jesus' death and resurrection, Peter is already warning the believers of false teachers who will be operating amongst them.

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Peter is acutely aware of his impending demise. Jesus himself, after the resurrection, had prophesied it. So the ageing apostle puts pen to paper to remind his ...

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Peter states that believers are recipients of powerful promises. They are partakers of the divine nature. They have escaped the corruption of this world. To emb ...

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Isaiah Chapter tweleve is a brief chapter of praise and worship that comes from the heart of Isaiah - a person totally surrendered to the Messiah.

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In this final chapter of Peter's first letter, he seeks to impart on the elders within the Church the mandate he received from Christ to 'feed the sheep'.

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This passage contains the dire warning: 'For the time has come for judgment to begin at the house of God'. Everything Peter has been saying has been with a view ...
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