Amos 1:1,7,10-12

Introducing a rough-hewn, tough-talking sheepherder from Tekoa, who was sent with a message to the suave, sophisticated people of old Samaria: REPENT!

1 Peter 5:1-13

Peter finishes his letter with a charge to fellow church elders, to shepherd God's flock willingly and honorably. Cast all your cares upon Jesus, because he cares for us!

1 Peter 4:12-19

Peter sought to comfort believers who were suffering a "fiery trial," the persecution under the emperor Nero. Persecution is not some strange thing that happens to the Christian, but if we suffer with Him we will reign with Him.

1 Peter 4:1-12

Distractions and pastimes can keep us from fellowshiping with the Lord! When life is easy, we are tempted to slip and slide. God knows this, and ordains that suffering be a means of steering us in a new, better, direction for our own good.

1 Peter 4:1-4

Christ suffered, and if we follow Him, we will too. We've spent enough time in the pig pen; let's rid ourselves of those sins, and don’t worry when the devil's crowd heaps abuse on us for following Christ.

1 Peter 3:8-22

When we suffer for our own faults, there is no reward. But, in home, school, work or church, if perchance we should ever have to suffer for doing RIGHT, and we bear it patiently, that is counted as virtue by God.

1 Peter 3:1-9

Some age-old advice for Christian men and women in marriage, and the home, which makes the church attractive and makes the Gospel look good.

1 Peter 2:11-3:1

God's people ought to remain faithful in the midst of suffering, doing good, being good citizens, in submission to earthly rulers, masters, and employers.

1 Peter 2:5-12

Peter brings the word of hope for suffering believers in, Christ the Living Stone. He is that bedrock we can root our faith upon when everything around us is falling apart.

1 Peter 2:1-5

Take out the trash! Rid ourselves of malice and every sin that hinders, and grow up! Desire the pure Word of God as a baby does milk! Learn of Christ, the great Living Stone.

1 Peter 1:17-25

As precious metals are refined through heat, every believer will go through God's refining process, which is not pleasant while it is happening. But the end result will be worth the wait.

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