• Shepherding the Flock of God

    1 Peter 5:1–5

    While some pastors are guilty of being domineering over their flocks, most are humble servants of God who need our encouragement more than anything else. Words of encouragement to godly pastors are a great way we can support our leaders. ...Read More

  • Flee from Sexual Immorality

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  • Submission to Authority

    1 Peter 2:13–14

    That we must obey earthly authorities unless they command us to do something God forbids or forbid us to do something God commands is an easy principle to memorize but hard to apply. Before we disobey a lawful authority, we ...Read More

  • Living Stones in a Spiritual House

    1 Peter 2:4–8

    Many people want Christ but want nothing to do with His church. Yet, if we love Christ, we must love His church, and if we do not love His church, we do not love Him (1 John 4:21). One evidence ...Read More

  • A Hope Kept in Heaven

    1 Peter 1:4–5

    When we come to Christ, we are guaranteed an inheritance—eternal life. If we trust Him alone, nothing can take this inheritance away from us. At the same time, we wait for the day when we receive this inheritance in all ...Read More

  • The Apostle of Hope

    1 Peter 1:3

    Our Bible translations enable us to read God’s Word in our own languages so that we might grow in faith. Yet in reading these translations, we must take care that we understand what the biblical authors meant and that we ...Read More

  • The Significance of Peter

    Matthew 16:13–20

    Ephesians 2:20 tells us that the church is built on the foundation of the prophets and Apostles, a reference ultimately to the teaching of these men as given in the Scriptures. We should be thankful to the Lord for figures ...Read More

  • Meek like Moses

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  • The Infinite Gospel

    John 21:25

    Dr. R.C. Sproul comments on today’s passage in his commentary John, “The record [of Jesus’ life] that we have is enough to sate our appetites and call us back to this testimony again and again and again.” Our duty ...Read More

  • Peter Asks about John

    John 21:20–24

    John did not die a martyr’s death, but he did suffer in prison on Patmos for his faith. Peter faithfully obeyed Jesus, finally dying as a witness to Him. Both men were faithful to their callings and serve as models ...Read More

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