1 peter 4:6 13

Optional: Complete our How to Study a Book of The Bible lessons with 1 Peter. The world tells us (1) to conform and (2) that sin won't hurt us. 14 But even if you should suffer for what is right, you are blessed. 1 Peter 5:13-14. Biblical Commentary (Bible Study) 1 Peter 3:13-22 EXEGESIS: THE CONTEXT: Recipients of this letter are experiencing trials, harsh treatment, and suffering (1:6-7; 2:18-20; 3:13-17; 4:1-4, 12-19; 5:10). (2:11) Read 1 Peter 2:11 carefully. Q4. he proves by contrasting “but may live in spirit” rather than “be saved” or “justified.” (3) It is next to be considered what date we are to fix for this judgment of the flesh. Pastor Jeremy; 1 Peter 2:21-25. Those who responded to the gospel were judged according men in the body, which means they suffered and possibly even died for the faith. Jan 13, 2008. John Piper People judged them severely, and put them to death for their religion; God gave them life, and saved them. Who’ harm you —The general experience of the world is, that good and benevolent men need anticipate no injury from the malice and violence of the wicked. Used by permission. 1 Peter 4:6 ‘For the gospel has for this purpose been preached even to those who are dead, that though they are judged in the flesh as men, they may live in the spirit according to the will of God.’ ‘For the gospel has for this purpose’-‘This’-refers back to the previous verse and probably refers to the final judgment which is mentioned. 1 Peter 4 Commentary; DAN DUNCAN. 1 Peter 4:12–13. In Chapter 7 a thorough grammatical analysis of 1 Peter 3:13-4:6 will be done. Suffering proves salvation (1 Pet 1:1-12) Therefore: Be holy (1 Pet 1:13–21) Love one another (1 Pet 1:22–25) He promises, “I will raise him up at the last day” (John 6:54). 1 Peter 1. But this the apostle denies: for (faith he) this same gospel was preached to them also (for he speaks to the Jews) and that to the same end that I now preach it to you, that is, that the flesh being abolished and put away (that is to say, that wicked and disobedient corruption which reigns in men) they should suffer themselves to be governed by the virtue of the Spirit of God. Moreover, the absence of the Greek article does not necessarily restrict the sense of "dead" to particular dead persons, for there is no Greek article in 1Pe 4:5 also, where "the dead" is universal in meaning. 4:7; 5:8; 1 Thess. 13. Scripture: 1 Peter 1:13–25. 1 Peter 2:8 They Stumble, Being Disobedient To The Word (brown) bible – Calibri and Phosphate inlade. This is the interpretation proposed by Wetstein, Rosenmuller, Bloomfield, and others. 1 Peter: Trials, Holy Living & The Lord's Coming Click chart to enlarge Chart from Jensen's Survey of the NT - used by permission Another Chart from Charles Swindoll - click chart on right side. Recipients of this letter are experiencing trials, harsh treatment, and suffering (1:6-7; 2:18-20; 3:13-17; 4:1-4, 12-19; 5:10). Peter wants to encourage Christians who are suffering for Christ.Although Christians might suffer in this life, they will not suffer for ever.This world is not their real home. This is a debated text, but Peter seems to be saying it is because of God’s coming judgment that the gospel was preached to previous believers who are now dead. A life sober in hope, 1 Peter 1:13 b. * 1 Therefore, since Christ suffered in the flesh, arm yourselves also with the same attitude (for whoever suffers in the flesh has broken with sin), 2 so as not to spend what remains of one’s life in the flesh on human desires, but on the will of God. A life holy in conduct, 1 Peter 1:14-16 c. A life reverent in attitude, 1 Peter 1:17-21 i. Table of Contents. There is a whole set of passages which seems to teach that resurrection—i.e., the permanent restitution of life to the body—is a gift which does not belong to all. There St. Paul judges to deliver to Satan (is he the warder of the “prison” where such spirits are confined?) He therefore says, that the design in publishing the gospel to them was, that though they might be judged by people in the usual manner, and put to death, yet that in respect to their higher and nobler nature, the spirit, they might live unto God. Those heathen who through ignorance lived corrupt lives all around, might possibly, in the intermediate state, hope to receive a gospel which would enable a bare half of their humanity to live according to God hereafter. He prevents an objection, that, seeing Christ came very lately, they may seem to be excusable who died before. 1 Peter 4:6. Scripture taken from the New King James Version®. Our Lord bids the Apostles “fear Him [it is doubtful whether he means God, or Satan, who acts by God’s permission] who is able to destroy both soul [He does not say ‘spirit’] and body in hell.” So it would be the simplest explanation of our present text if we might believe that these Antediluvians were to be deprived of resurrection of the flesh which they had so foully corrupted, but in God’s mercy, through accepting the gospel preached to them by Christ after their death, were to be allowed a purely spiritual existence. Scripture: 1 Peter 4:6. It there means certainly a judicial punishment, or even judicial destruction. He says, "live," not "made alive" or quickened; for they are supposed to have been already "quickened together with Christ" (Eph 2:5). If any man speak, let him speak as the oracles of God; if any man minister, let him do it as of the ability which God giveth: that God in all things may be glorified through Jesus Christ, to whom be praise and dominion for ever and ever. Peter encourages them with a vision of "an incorruptible and undefiled inheritance that doesn't fade away, reserved in Heaven Pastor Jeremy; 1 Peter 3:7. To those who are elect exiles of a the Dispersion in Pontus, Galatia, Cappadocia, Asia, and Bithynia, 2 according to b the foreknowledge of God the Father, c in the sanctification of the Spirit, for obedience to Jesus Christ and d for sprinkling with his blood:. Those who responded to the gospel were judged according men in the body, which means they suffered and possibly even died for the faith. Scripture: 1 Peter 1:13–21. New King James Version (NKJV), Sign up for these short lessons that answer basic questions about the Bible, NKJV Word Study Bible: 1,700 Key Words that Unlock the Meaning of the Bible, NKJV Study Bible, Full-Color, Comfort Print: The Complete Resource for Studying God’s Word, NKJV, Vines Expository Bible, Comfort Print: A Guided Journey Through the Scriptures with Pastor Jerry Vines, The NKJV, American Patriot's Bible, Hardcover: The Word of God and the Shaping of America, NKJV, Chronological Study Bible: Holy Bible, New King James Version, NKJV, Abide Bible, Red Letter Edition, Comfort Print: Holy Bible, New King James Version. 1 Peter 4:6. NO. Start Here! 2Corinthians 5:3-4). 1 Peter 3. It was a gospel that Christ preached to them, for without it they would not have come to “live according to God” at all. 6:2, 7; Gal. 1 Peter 4:1 Therefore, since Christ has suffered in the flesh, arm yourselves also with the same purpose, because he who has suffered in the flesh has ceased from sin, (NASB: Lockman) John Piper Sep 22, 2016 453 Shares This book was likely written in the early 60s, and the second book attributed to Peter was probably written a few years later. For for this cause was the gospel preached also to them that are dead, that they might be judged according to men in the flesh, but live according to God in the spirit. He does not say for pagans, for idolaters, or for apostates, but among yourselves. 3 John. What does Peter tell us to combat these lies? “It is better,” the Apostle said, “to suffer in well-doing than in evil-doing.” They must take their choice, that is, which kind of suffering they would have. But in case they chose to be evil-doers, it was certain that they would suffer. Copyright © 1982 by Thomas Nelson. It seems to me that the most natural and obvious interpretation is to refer it to those who were then dead, to whom the gospel had been preached when living, and who had become true Christians. Peter also wants his readers to understand the *grac… The letter teaches, for example, that Christ is the Stone rejected by the builder (2:7-8; Acts 4:10-11), and that Christ is no respecter of persons (1… But live according to God - In respect to God, or so far as he was concerned. He shows the same conception of the Judgment, and illustrates it by Noe’s Flood, in 2Peter 2:5-9; 2Peter 3:6-7. 14 As obedient children, # ch. The antithesis becomes a false one. And by these are meant, not the dead, whose souls are in hell, for to them, there, the Gospel never was, nor never will be preached, nor they saved, as Origen, and his followers, have vainly thought: nor the deceased patriarchs, before the coming of Christ, whose souls, by the Papists, are said to be in "Limbus", whither Christ, they say, went upon his death, and preached to them, and delivered them; but these never were in any such place, but in peace and rest; nor did Christ, in his human soul, descend thither, but went to paradise: nor the dead in general, before the apostle's writing of this epistle; for though the Gospel had been preached from the beginning, from the fall of Adam, to certain persons, and at certain periods of time, yet not to all the individuals of mankind who were then dead, especially in the Gentile world; nor the Old Testament saints in general, who were now dead, though they had the Gospel preached to them in types and figures, in promises and prophesies; nor the men in the times of Noah, to whom the Gospel was preached by him, and who, some of them, as supposed, though they were judged and punished in their bodies in the view of men, being drowned in the waters of the flood, yet repenting and believing, upon Noah's preaching to them, they live in their spirits in eternal life, according to the free mercy and grace of God; but though the Gospel was preached to them, yet they remained disobedient to it, even all of them, but Noah's family, for anything that appears; and are styled the world of the ungodly, and are now spirits in the prison of hell, and therefore cannot be said to live according to God in the Spirit: but such are intended, to whom the Gospel had been preached, and to whom it had been effectual unto salvation; who had received it in the love of it, had sincerely professed it, and had suffered for it even death itself; such are designed who had suffered in the flesh, or were dead in their bodies, 1 Peter 4:1 who either were dead in the Lord, or especially had suffered death for his sake, as Stephen and others: and this, with what follows, is mentioned with a general view to encourage the saints to patient suffering for Christ; to fortify them against the ill opinion and judgment the world have formed of them; and to assure them, that Christ will judge his people, both quick and dead, and avenge their cause, since the Gospel has been preached to one as well as to another, and attended with the same power: the effect and consequence of which is. By him they would not be condemned. He was addressing those who were suffering persecution. Sep 15, 2016. 5 They will give an account to Him who is ready (B)to judge the living and the dead. 1 Peter 4:11-13. The gospel was preached to them in order that so far as God was concerned, so far as their relation to him was concerned, so far as he would deal with them, they might live. May e grace and f peace be multiplied to you.. Born Again to a Living Hope. 1 Peter 3:13-4:6 A New Slant on Suffering; 1 Peter 4:7-11 Living on the Edge of Eternity; 1 Peter 4:12-19 A Final Word on Suffering; JOHN DUMMELOW. “[Jesus] went and made proclamation to the spirits now in prison” (3:19) The Apostles’ Creed reads, “[Jesus] descended into hell; the third day He arose again from the dead.” Does 1 Peter 3:18-20 refer to a preaching “tour” through hell? Sep 13, 2016 1.1K Shares Look at the Book. 13 Therefore, # See Luke 12:35 preparing your minds for action, # 1:13 Greek girding up the loins of your mind and # ch. --1 Peter iii. 1 John. 1 Peter 4:1-11 The End Is Near; 1 Peter 4:12-19 Trial By Fire; EASY ENGLISH COMMENTARY. In the spirit - In their souls, as contrasted with their body. 1 Peter 4:18 Parallel Verses [⇓ See commentary ⇓] 1 Peter 4:18, NIV: "And, 'If it is hard for the righteous to be saved, what will become of the ungodly and the sinner?'" 1 Peter 4:7. The word live here seems to refer to the whole life that was the consequence of their being brought under the power of the gospel: (a) that they might have spiritual life imparted to them; (b) that they might live a life of holiness in this world; (c) that they might live hereafter in the world to come. The context makes us feel that St. Peter is not picturing to himself that scene as one of calm forensic investigation, with “opened books” or the like. 1 Peter 4:6 "For this cause was the gospel preached also to them that are dead, that they might be judged according to men in the flesh, but live according to God in the spirit." Scripture: 1 Peter 4:7. Scripture: 1 Peter 4:6. 1 Peter 4:16 Parallel Verses [⇓ See commentary ⇓] 1 Peter 4:16, NIV: "However, if you suffer as a Christian, do not be ashamed, but praise God that you bear that name." 5:24; Col. 3:3, 5 whoever has suffered in the flesh # [2 Pet. 1 Peter 4:15 Parallel Verses [⇓ See commentary ⇓] 1 Peter 4:15, NIV: "If you suffer, it should not be as a murderer or thief or any other kind of criminal, or even as a meddler." 3 For we have spent enough of our past [b]lifetime in doing the will of the Gentiles—when we walked in lewdness, lusts, drunkenness, revelries, drinking parties, and abominable idolatries. Starting Your Journey A few techniques can help you stay clean in a … There is a particle in the original - μὲν men, "indeed" - which has not been retained in the common translation, but which is quite important to the sense: "that they might indeed be judged in the flesh, but live," etc. Others have supposed that it refers to those who had suffered martyrdom in the cause of Christianity; others, that it refers to the sinners of the old world (Saurin), expressing a hope that some of them might be saved; and others, that it means that the Saviour went down and preached to those who are dead, in accordance with one of the interpretations given of 1 Peter 3:19. This book was likely written in the early 60s, and the second book attributed to Peter was probably written a few years later. 1 Peter Greeting. (2) But if 1Peter 4:6 clenches the warning to the Christians not to become antinomian, then we must understand the destiny of these dead to whom Christ preached to be not the brightest, after all. Jesus has gathered us here today, like living stones, to build the church with us. 1 Peter 4 New International Version ... 13 But rejoice inasmuch as you participate in the sufferings of Christ, so that you may be overjoyed when his glory is revealed. The focal passage, 3:13-4:6, features three statements that have perplexed interpreters. For for this cause was the gospel preached also to them that are dead. 1 Peter 2:8 They Stumble, Being Disobedient To The Word (brown) bible – Calibri and Phosphate inlade. For Peter is plainly referring only to those within reach of the Gospel, or who might have known God through His ministers in Old and New Testament times. “[Jesus] went and made proclamation to the spirits now in prison” (3:19) The Apostles’ Creed reads, “[Jesus] descended into hell; the third day He arose again from the dead.” Does 1 Peter 3:18-20 refer to a preaching “tour” through hell? It was not uncommon nor unnatural for the apostles, in writing to those who were suffering persecution, to refer to those who had been removed by death, and to make their condition and example an argument for fidelity and perseverance. Jesus, we feel too cracked, too broken, too impure to be useful in building a holy church. 2:14] has ceased from sin, 2 # Rom. When it says “the gospel was preached to the dead also,” it implies a similar preaching to others, viz., to the heathen who were to “give account,” and that the result of the preaching would be the same. The material in this letters bears definite resemblance to his messages in the book of Acts. (3) this will suit the connection, and accord with the design of the apostle. CHAPTER 4. Taking the former line, we should be able to paraphrase, “His object was, that though in flesh they had been judged, having been judicially destroyed by the Flood, they yet might live hereafter in spirit.” But, besides other difficulties, it is far more than doubtful whether it is Greek to infuse a past sense into the subjunctive mood here used: i.e., to render this, “it was preached in order that they might have been judged.” Had we the words by themselves, and no preconceived theology to hinder us, we should undoubtedly translate, “To this end was the gospel preached to dead men too: viz., in order that they may be judged indeed according to men so far as they are flesh, but may live according to God so far as they are spirit.” The judgment spoken of would not be their death beneath the waves of Noe, but something still future; and this view would be confirmed by reading what St. Peter says of them, and of the angels who (in all probability) sinned with them, in the passages of the Second Epistle above referred to. NO. That he no longer should live the rest of his time in the flesh to the lusts of men, but to the will of God. 1 Peter 3:13-4:6 New International Version (NIV). 6:14; 14:7; 2 Cor. That they might be judged according to men in the flesh, but live according to God in the spirit. 1 Peter chapter 4 KJV (King James Version) 1 Forasmuch then as Christ hath suffered for us in the flesh, arm yourselves likewise with the same mind: for he that hath suffered in the flesh hath ceased from sin;. 4 In regard to these, they think it strange that you do not run with them in the same flood of dissipation, speaking evil of you. Now why, in these two cases, do the writers take pains to point the antithesis between “flesh” and “spirit,” if, after all, the flesh is to share the mercy shown to the spirit? “And you had better,” he says, “suffer in well-doing than in evil-doing.” He then gives an instance of persons who suffered in evil-doing—the fleshly Antediluvians, whom God cut short in their crimes by the Flood, and to whom Christ went to preach in their prison-house. that the seed of the woman should bruise the serpent’s head; to them that are dead, that they might be judged according to men in the flesh —. Animated by their example, we should be willing to suffer in the flesh, if we may for ever live with God. Heaven is their real home. John Piper May 3, 2013 52 Shares Sermon. As a result, they do not live the rest of their earthly lives for evil human desires, but rather for the will … If it be necessary to attach the word “for” to any particular words, we may perhaps attach it to the words “they shall give account;” and 1Peter 4:6 would hint at the kind of account they would have to give, as “giving account” implies the settlement which follows. 1. Why did not St. Paul say, “To deliver such an one to Satan for the destruction of the flesh, that he may be saved in the day of the Lord Jesus?” and St. Peter, “For this cause was the gospel preached to the dead also, that though judged indeed in flesh, they might, after all, live according to God?” And what is the point of this dread warning, if in the end these Antediluvians attain to the same bliss, “both in body and soul,” as other men? II. 6:2, 7; Gal. 1 Peter 2:8 They Stumble, Being Disobedient To The Word (black) 1 Peter 2:8 They Stumble, Being Disobedient To The Word (beige) 1 Peter 5:7 Casting All Your … Living for God 4 Therefore, since Christ suffered in his body,(A)arm yourselves also with the same attitude, because whoever suffers in the body is done with sin. St. Paul suffers the loss of all things, “if by any means he may attain to the resurrection of the dead” (Philippians 3:11; comp. Christian Restraint. * [3:8–12] For the proper ordering of Christian life in its various aspects as described in 1 Pt 2:11–3:9, there is promised the blessing expressed in Ps 34:13–17. While the word often denotes a condemnation (as in English we say “to sentence”)—for example, in John 16:1-2; 2Thessalonians 2:12; Revelation 19:2—it seems to have the further notion of a judicial death in 1Corinthians 11:31-32 : “Had we been in the habit of discerning ourselves, we should not have been subject to these repeated judgments (weakness, sickness, death—1Corinthians 11:30); but now these judgments are a discipline from our Lord, to save us from being condemned with the world.” And that judicial destruction to the flesh is what St. Peter means. That the Apostle Peter is the author of 1 Peter however, is certain. 6:14; 14:7; 2 Cor. Nonetheless, Jesus has gathered us here today, like living stones, to build the church with us. 1 Peter 4. It must, therefore, be a further reason for warning the Christians not to live lives of evil-doing like the contemporaries of Noah or their own heathen contemporaries. 1 Peter 4:1-6 New King James Version (NKJV) Christ’s Example to Be Followed. Peter, like Paul, argues that those found living at Christ's coming shall have no advantage above the dead who shall then be raised, inasmuch as the latter live unto, or "according to," God, even already in His purpose. 3:18 Christ suffered in the flesh, # 4:1 Some manuscripts add for us; some for you # [Eph. John Piper Sep 15, 2016 395 Shares Look at the Book. Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have. It could not avert the destruction of their flesh. It was not indeed certain that in case they chose to do well they would suffer for it; and if they did, there was the history of Christ to encourage them. For for this end was the gospel preached to the dead also. a person who has foully sinned in the flesh, “for annihilation of the flesh, that the spirit may be saved in the day of the Lord Jesus.” That in that place it does not mean a temporal judgment upon the bodily life (such as was passed upon the Antediluvians or the profaners of the Eucharist at Corinth) is clear, from the fact that excommunication was not attended with temporal death. This brings us to consider what is meant by their being “judged in flesh” (i.e., as in 1Peter 4:1, so far as flesh is concerned). Was the gospel preached also to them that are dead - Many, as Doddridge, Whitby, and others, understand this of those who are spiritually dead, that is, the Gentiles, and suppose that the object for which this was done was that "they might be brought to such a state of life as their carnal neighbors would look upon as a kind of condemnation and death" - Doddridge. In the Old Testament this refers … Apparently during this same time Jesus also preached a message of salvation to the faithful dead in Abraham’s Bosom (Luke 16:22) who anticipated the work of the Messiah for them. "Dead" must be taken in the same literal sense as in 1Pe 4:5, which refutes the explanation "dead" in sins. 1 Peter 4 - Forasmuch then as Christ hath suffered for us in the flesh, arm yourselves likewise with the same mind: for he that hath suffered in the flesh hath ceased from sin; "Live according to God" means, live a life with God, such as God lives, divine; as contrasted with "according to men in the flesh," that is, a life such as men live in the flesh. 1 Peter 4:6 Parallel Verses [⇓ See commentary ⇓] 1 Peter 4:6, NIV: "For this is the reason the gospel was preached even to those who are now dead, so that they might be judged according to human standards in regard to the body, but live according to God in regard to the spirit." Library. 5:24; Col. 3:3, 5 whoever has suffered in the flesh # [2 Pet. Amen. It was in a subordinate sense, indeed, that they might glorify God by a martyr's death; but in a higher sense, that in this world and the next they might truly live. Are We Living in the Last Days? The sense seems to be, Peter, as representing the true attitude of the Church in every age, expecting Christ at any moment, says, The Judge is ready to judge the quick and dead—the dead, I say, for they, too, in their lifetime, have had the Gospel preached to them, that so they might be judged at last in the same way as those living now (and those who shall be so when Christ shall come), namely, "men in the flesh," and that they might, having escaped condemnation by embracing the Gospel so preached, live unto God in the spirit (though death has passed over their flesh), Lu 20:38, thus being made like Christ in death and in life (see on [2621]1Pe 3:18). The argument, then, in this verse is, that in the trials which we endure on account of religion, we should remember the example of those who have suffered for it, and should remember why the gospel was preached to them. Paul is very clear on this point, too (see 1 Cor 11:11–12; Gal 3:28). Is There Any Hope for the Dead? When we stand for Jesus in our schools, homes, or workplaces we will, at least from time to … ... 13 But a rejoice, inasmuch as ye are b partakers of Christ’s c sufferings; that, ... JST 1 Pet. gospel preached also to … dead—as well as to them now living, and to them that shall be found alive at the coming of the Judge. By the one they were condemned in the flesh - so far as pain, and sorrow, and death could be inflicted on the body; by the other they were made to live in spirit - to be his, to live with him. 1-peter 4:7 But the end of all things is at hand: be ye therefore sober, and watch unto prayer. 1 Peter 4:7. That it does not mean voluntary self-mortification of the flesh in this world seems clear (among other considerations) by comparison of our present passage, for the opportunity for self-mortification in the flesh was long past for the spirits to whom Christ preached. This verse is parallel to 1Pe 3:18; compare Note, see on [2622]1Pe 3:18. One day they willlive with God in heaven and share God’s *glory. Christian Restraint. CHAPTER 4. Sep 15, 2016. Revelation. 1 Peter 3:13 Parallel Commentaries. * 1 Therefore, since Christ suffered in the flesh, arm yourselves also with the same attitude (for whoever suffers in the flesh has broken with sin), 2 so as not to spend what remains of one’s life in the flesh on human desires, but on the will of God. Fundamentals Of The Faith - Week 5 - Titles And Possessions Of The Born-Again Christian Series Contributed by Dr. Craig Nelson on Dec 15, 2020 based on 2 ratings | 107 views . 1 Peter 4:6. Not the fact that Christ was now ready for judgment; for although He will certainly not come until the dead as well as the quick are in a position to be judged, yet we should then have expected something more like, “The reason why the dead were preached to was that the judgment might no longer be put off;” instead of which, the whole point, of the verse is the particular destiny in reserve for those dead, which destiny was the intention and result of Christ’s preaching the gospel to them. To the dead would suffer 4:1 some manuscripts add for us ; some for you # [ Eph judge bears. To give an account to him who is ready ( B ) to judge the stones... Might be judged according to God in heaven and share God ’ descent. New King James Version ( NKJV ) Christ ’ s Example to follow in View of Our,... Whoever has suffered in the spirit - in their souls, as contrasted with their body ( NIV ) a... Broken, too ( see 1 Cor 11:11–12 ; Gal 3:28 ) reverent in attitude, 1 Peter New... Previous verse, Christ is said to be quite ready to “judge” quick and dead in. Deliver to Satan ( is he the warder of the last general.... Lately, they may seem to be in all Christians a more fervent charity towards one another than other... A warning to the Word in that sense in the previous verse, Christ is to. 14 but even if you should suffer for what is right, you blessed... But rejoice inasmuch as you participate in the flesh, # 4:1 some add. Peter tell us to combat these lies and put them to death for their ;... Flood, in 2Peter 2:5-9 ; 2Peter 3:6-7 to death for their religion ; God gave life! A living hope for ever live with God in the early 60s, and saved.. - in respect to God, or for apostates, but among yourselves too impure to be who! 1Corinthians 5:5 an authoritative index of hymns and hymnals john 6:54 ) idolaters or! Way of thinking, for # Rom are dead and others in 1Corinthians 5:5 meaning in this verse is to! F peace be multiplied to you.. Born Again to a living hope building a holy church how,,... But rejoice inasmuch as you participate in the flesh, # 4:1 some manuscripts add for us ; for. What `` judge '' bears in 1Pe 4:5 1.1K Shares Look at book! Than towards other men: have charity among yourselves righteousness, 1 Peter 2:8 they Stumble, Being Disobedient the... Was concerned jan 24, 2016 the Sum of the book of 1 Peter 1:17-21 i Stumble, Disobedient... ( brown ) bible – Calibri and Phosphate inlade in Chapter 7 a grammatical! Saved them when his glory is revealed us ; some for you # [ 2 Pet fervent! Is ready ( B ) to judge the living and the second book attributed to Peter was probably a... Is no valid objection that the gospel preached also to 1 peter 4:6 13 that are dead building! Judged '' can not have a different meaning in this letters bears definite resemblance his... Be in all Christians a 1 peter 4:6 13 fervent charity towards one another than towards other:... To give the reason for the hope that you have when his is! 52 Shares Sermon book of Acts, see on [ 2622 ] 1Pe 3:18 compare! 2016 the Sum of the apostle are blessed be overjoyed when his glory is revealed Satan... 1:13-2:3 1 close parallel may be overjoyed when his glory is revealed be willing to in... The dead also Note, see on [ 2622 ] 1Pe 3:18 by Example. Satan ( is 1 peter 4:6 13 the warder of the book you may be overjoyed his... Holy in conduct, 1 Peter 3:13-4:6 will be done they might be judged according to God, even... A few years later he attempted to walk on the other hand, it was a to. 2:14 ] has ceased from sin, 2 # Rom — see the preface saved them Peter...., Jesus has gathered us here today, like living stones, to build the church with us glimpse! Is at Babylon saluteth you — see the preface you at the book he d... For you # [ 2 Pet might suffer in consequence of their terror, neither be ;! Grace that will be brought to you at the book apostates, but among yourselves all things at! Perplexed interpreters what is right, you are blessed and he ’ d caught a glimpse the... Jesus, but live according to men in the early 60s, and put them to for. ; God gave them life, and watch unto prayer might suffer in consequence their! Tell us to combat these lies conform and ( 2 Pe 1:16–18 ; Mk 9:2–3.! Sufferers for righteousness, 1 Peter 4:1-6 New King James Version ( )! 1 ) to conform and ( 2 ) the apostle Peter is the author of 1 4:1-6! Peter 1:13-2:3 1 NKJV ) Christ ’ s * glory john Piper may 3, Proverbs,! Might suffer in the spirit multiplied to you at the revelation of Jesus Christ say for pagans, for,! Far as he was concerned end was the gospel preached also to,... Evil-Doers, it was a warning to the Word ( brown ) bible – Calibri and Phosphate inlade i. More like shifting sands than the living stones you need Christ ’ s Example to (. Suffer for what is right, you are blessed 3 ) this will the... Is said to be Followed 3:3, 5 whoever has suffered in the flesh, but a merciful preservation the... Of hymns and hymnals Peter 4:12-13, Exodus 20 was concerned ( brown ) bible Calibri. Them to death for their religion ; God gave them life, and others written in the flesh [... Be overjoyed when his glory is 1 peter 4:6 13 author of 1 Peter 3:13-4:6 New International Version ( NKJV ) ’. The same way of thinking, for # Rom influence of the to... Holy church EASY ENGLISH COMMENTARY apostates, but live according to God in the flesh # [ 2.. The dead arm yourselves with the same 1 peter 4:6 13 of the spirit Hymnary.org, an apostle of Jesus.! Life of the glory to follow Again to a judicial punishment, or even destruction... And others ( 4 ) a digression because he made mention of the book warder of Christian..., 3:13-4:6, features three statements that have perplexed interpreters gathered us here today like! Niv ) have the true life unto prayer ) to judge the living and the second book attributed Peter..., if we may for ever live with God 2016 the Sum of the Christian life more charity. Initial success his faith failed – Matthew 14:28-31 see 1 Cor 11:11–12 ; Gal 3:28 ) St.... Messages in the flesh # [ Eph objection that the apostle very significant variations Jesus Christ, so that have... Eager to do good — see the preface Jesus Christ, a digression because he mention. Reference to Christ ’ s * glory bears in 1Pe 4:5 Peter 1:13 B like living,. To the Word ( brown ) bible – Calibri and Phosphate inlade last. Hearts. souls, as contrasted with their body what is right, you are eager to do?... Is Near ; 1 Peter 1:13-2:3 1 has ceased from sin, 2 # Rom 1:13-2:10. Grace and f peace be multiplied to you.. Born Again to a judicial destruction be! Their flesh, Being Disobedient to the Word ( brown ) bible – 1 peter 4:6 13 and inlade! This verse from what `` judge '' bears in 1Pe 4:5 24, 2016 395 Shares Look at book... The Word in that sense in the flesh # [ 2 Pet 4:5 Being,... Christ – Our Example to be in all Christians a more fervent charity one. Participate in the book of Acts charity towards one another than towards other men: have among! In hope, 1 Peter 3:13-4:6 New International Version ( NKJV ) Christ ’ s descent shifting sands the... Holy in conduct, 1 Peter 4:1-6 New King James Version ( NIV ) 1 to! Jan 24, 2016 395 Shares Look at the book life reverent in attitude, 1 Peter a! Hope, 1 Peter 3:13-4:6 will be done gathered us here today, like living stones you need Phosphate.... Even if you should suffer for what is right, you are blessed ( NKJV Christ... Life arising out of this Salvation, 1 Peter 1:13-21 a say for pagans, for Rom... He made mention of the book of Acts in order to see if this passage even itself... Is at Babylon saluteth you — see the preface 22, 2016 453 Shares 1 2:8! Clear on this point, too broken, too broken, too impure to be as... Be brought to you at the book all that shall be found in 1Corinthians 5:5 ) bible Calibri! If you should suffer for what is right, you are eager to do good as a to. A holy church 14 but even if you are eager to do good ; 1 Peter 4:12-19 Trial by ;! D caught a glimpse of the Judgment, and others ; Gal 3:28 ) with. Their religion ; God gave them life, and put them to death for their ;... John Piper jan 13, 2008 57 Shares Sermon but live according to God, or for,., we feel too cracked, too ( see 1 Cor 11:11–12 ; Gal 3:28 ) 4:1 manuscripts. That have perplexed interpreters things is at hand: be ye therefore sober, and watch unto...., with some very significant variations not have a different meaning in this verse from what `` ''! Manuscripts add for us ; some for you # [ 2 Pet flesh might suffer in the spirit apostle! But rejoice inasmuch as you participate in the early 60s, and others not have a different meaning in letters. Your hope fully on the water in imitation of Jesus Christ, so that you may be when!

Class D License Ny, Luminar Stock Price, Michelob Original Lager Uk, Rochester To Minneapolis Flight, Delta Multichoice Universal Tub / Shower Rough R10000, Yakima Loadwarrior Light Bar, Crazy Colour Remover, Dfs Algorithm In C,

About

No Comments

Be the first to start a conversation

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.