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Summary: 2 of 6. Peter pressed & confirmed the crucial role of Christian governance regarding Christian marriage. But how is Christian governance addressed in our marital obligations? Christian governance in MARRIAGE addresses...

‘For The LORD’S SAKE’—1Peter 2:13—3:12

A. CHRISTIAN GOVERNANCE-&-Government—1Peter 2:13-17

B. CHRISTIAN GOVERNANCE-&-Work—1Peter 2:18-25

C. CHRISTIAN GOVERNANCE-&-Marriage—1Peter 3:1-7

D. CHRISTIAN GOVERNANCE-&-Church—1Peter 3:8-12

So far in our study of 1Peter we have examined the fact that

Christians are...CONSIDERED ALIEN(1:1-2)...

We’ve discovered...WHAT’s So GREAT About GOD—(1:3-12)

Discovered God’s means of...UNLEASHING Your SPIRITUAL VITALITY/Vigor(1:13-21)

We’ve also found the importance of LOVING THE BRETHREN(1:22—2:12).

We have seen how those truths play into the overall scheme of Submission...the give-&-take of relationships within CHRISTIAN GOVERNANCE....

We began by examining the relationship of CHRISTIAN GOVERNANCE in relation to GOVERNMENT(1Peter 2:13-17).

That was followed with the relationship of CHRISTIAN GOVERNANCE in relation to WORK(1Peter 2:18-25).

Today we will continue by looking at CHRISTIAN GOVERNANCE in relation to MARRIAGE—

C. CHRISTIAN GOVERNANCE-&-Marriage-II—1Peter 3:1-7

Or...Maintaining God's Governance in Marriage.

Peter pressed & confirmed the crucial role of Christian governance regarding Christian marriage.

Christian governance is foundational in/to Christian marriage.

How is Christian governance addressed in our marital obligations?

...OR...

What does Christian governance or submission look like in Christian marriage?

2 applications of Christian governance for/in marriage.

2 aspects of Christian governance that are addressed in/within marriage.

We have found that Christian governance in MARRIAGE addresses...

1. A Submissive Attitude for WIVES(:1-6) addresses:

A. SOUL-WINNING CONDUCT(:1-2)

1—Christian governance in MARRIAGE addresses...

A Submissive Attitude for WIVES(:1-6)(3 aspects--A-C) addresses...

A. SOUL-WINNING CONDUCT(:1-2)

&

B. INWARD ADORNMENT(:3-4)

:3—“Do not let your adornment be merely outward--arranging the hair, wearing gold, or putting on fine apparel--“

:4—“rather let it be the hidden person of the heart, with the incorruptible beauty of a gentle & quiet spirit, which is very precious in the sight of God.”

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Explanation:

:3—“Do not let your adornment be merely outward--arranging the hair, wearing gold, or putting on fine apparel--“

“Do not let” is a command to the Christian wife that it is within her power, to either allow flesh to rule, or not to allow flesh to overrule the Spirit of God.

“Do Not Let...Be/Let It Not Be”—estw ouc =‘LET IT NOT BE’——estw—Present -X- Imperative 3rd Sing.—1) third person singular imperative of “to be”. Strong—second person singular present imperative of eimi[I exist/am]; Be thou; also estwsan; third person of the same; Let them be.

“Adornment/Adorning”—kosmov—Noun Sing. Masc.—1) An apt & harmonious arrangement or constitution, order, government; 2) Ornament, decoration, adornment, i.e. The arrangement of the stars, 'the heavenly hosts', as the ornament of the heavens. 1Pe 3:3; 3) The world, the universe; 4) The circle of the earth, the earth; 5) The inhabitants of the earth, men, the human family; 6) The ungodly multitude; the whole mass of men alienated from God, & therefore hostile to the cause of Christ; 7) World affairs, the aggregate of things earthly—7a) The whole circle of earthly goods, endowments riches, advantages, pleasures, etc, which although hollow & frail & fleeting, stir desire, seduce from God & are obstacles to the cause of Christ; 8) Any aggregate or general collection of particulars of any sort. Aiwn is usually better expressed by age, it is the world at a given time, a particular period in the world's history. Kosmov has very frequently an unfavorable meaning, denoting the inhabitants of the world, mankind in general, as opposed to God. Strong—Orderly arrangement, i.e. Decoration; by implication--The world(in a wide or narrow sense, including its inhabitants, literally or figuratively [morally]). RWP—“The whole cosmos of men, including Gentiles, the whole human race.” Kosmov has here its old meaning of ornament(cf. our cosmetics).

“Outward/External”—exwyen—Adverb—1) From without, outward. Strong—external(-ly). Used 11X.

From—exw—Out(-side, of doors), literally or figuratively.

“Arranging/Plaiting/Braiding”—emplokh—1) An interweaving, braiding, a knot; 2) An elaborate gathering of one's hair into knots. Strong—elaborate braiding of the hair. Used 1X.

From—en—1) In, by, with etc.. Strong—a primary preposition denoting (fixed)position(in place, time or state), & by implication--Instrumentality(medially or constructively), i.e. A relation of rest(intermediate between eiv[into, unto, to, towards, for, among] & ek/ex[out of, from, by, away from]).—&—plekw—a primary word; To twine or braid.

“Hair”—yrix; genitive case--tricov, etc.—Noun Genitive Plural Fem.—1) The hair of the head; 2) The hair of animals. The anatomical or physical term for hair. Strong—of uncertain derivation; Hair. Used 15X.

“Wearing/Putting around”—periyesiv—Noun Fem.—1) The act of putting around; 2) The adornment consisting of the golden ornaments wont to be placed around the head or the body. Strong—A putting all around, i.e. Decorating oneself with. Used 1X.

From—peri—1) About, concerning, on account of, because of, around, near. Strong—properly, Through(all over), i.e. Around; figuratively--With respect to.—&—tiyhmi—To place(in the widest application, literally & figuratively; properly, in a passive or horizontal posture, & thus different from isthmi, which properly denotes an upright & active position, while keimai is properly reflexive & utterly prostrate).

“Gold/Gold jewelry/Gold jewellery”—crusion—Noun Neuter—1) Gold, both that which lies imbedded in the earth & is dug out of it; 2) That which has been smelted & wrought—2a) Of a gold coin, 2b) Of golden ornaments, 2c) Of precious things made of gold. Strong—diminutive of crusov[gold; a golden article, as an ornament or coin]; A golden article, i.e. Gold plating, ornament, or coin. Used 9X.

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