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Believers must accept Godís authority and will regarding sexual issues.
Contributor: Kevin Higgins (272 sermons shared)
In our text, letís consider what the imperishable Word of God produces in people: 1- Purification 2- Love 3- Eternity
Series: I Peter
Contributor: Steve Shepherd (680 sermons shared)
Why do Christians need to be holy? I. BECAUSE OUR GOD COMMANDS IT (V. 14) II. BECAUSE OUR GOD IS HOLY (V.15-16) III. BECAUSE OUR WORLD IS WATCHING US(2:12)
Contributor: Joel Santos (155 sermons shared)
Scripture: 1 Peter 1:14-1:16
The third of five messages on the reliability of Christianity.
Series: A Ready Defense
Contributor: Joseph Rodgers (127 sermons shared)
Scripture: 1 Peter 1:24-1:25
Tags: Apologetics The Bible
Why Christís followers are so pumped up about the resurrection of Jesus.
Series: The God Questions
Contributor: Brian Atwood (223 sermons shared)
Scripture: 1 Peter 1:3-1:4
Tags: Easter Resurrection
SINCE CHRIST DIED FOR US,GOD WANTS US TO HAVE A NEW WAY OF LIFE
Contributor: Carl Palatino (22 sermons shared)
Scripture: 1 Peter 1:13-1:21
While many place their hope in those things which will ultimately disappoint, Peter shares a hope that will transform your life, assure your future, and keep you going through every trial.
Series: All About our Salvation
Contributor: Allen Hern (24 sermons shared)
Scripture: 1 Peter 1:1-1:9
If Santa Claus, a 4th Century Christian, were here with us today, what might he tell us about how to celebrate Christmas?
Series: Sermons for Christmas
Contributor: Matthew Rogers (75 sermons shared)
Out of I Peter, this sermon focuses on the provisions God has given us in order to survive life in this world.
Series: Surviving Life In the Real World
Contributor: Chris Santasiere (16 sermons shared)
Scripture: 1 Peter 1:3-1:9
The men and women who have made a difference for God throughout history were intentionally and habitually holy people. They share some common traits. You and I can make holiness a habit as well by participating in 7 simple activities.
Contributor: Brad Lewis (13 sermons shared)
Scripture: 1 Peter 1:15-1:16