1Peter 3:18-20 is one of the more difficult passages of the New Testament. We know it has to fit the context of suffering unjustly for the sake of another and we have to answer these 4 questions:
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“When was it written?” Here’s the most likely order in which the books of the bible were written.
Peter concludes the section his section how to respond when being treated unjustly speaking to wives whose husbands are disobedient to the word. He summarizes this section “Finally/To sum up” – first how we should get along with a pagan government (2:13), then an unfair boss (2:18) and a non-believing spouse (3:1).
This chart summarizes the Kings of Israel and Judah from the crowning of Saul to the captivity of Judah.
Peter begins a new section of the book, explaining what to do when you’re stuck in a situation you can’t leave and you’re being treated unjustly.
Have you ever seen those maps of the stars of the universe? The ones taken from space where there is no man-made light, so you can actually see the billions of stars? First, these photos impress you with the vastness of the universe and the number of stars is beyond counting. Then they label one […]
Peter draws on the sweep of redemptive history to encourage his readers to stand strong in the faith.