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Gilbert House Fellowship #137: 1 Peter

ENDURANCE THROUGH suffering. That’s the overarching message of the epistle of 1 Peter. But there’s a lot more in there that we had forgotten.

In his letter to the “exiles” — which probably meant the Jewish converts outside Israel, but could also mean we Christians living in a world surrounded by the Enemy and their agents — Peter exhorts women to subject themselves to their husbands, and for husbands to honor our wives so that our “prayers may not be hindered.”

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Gilbert House Fellowship #69: Matthew 5-7, Luke 7

sermon-on-the-mountTODAY’S STUDY is one of the most important of the time we’ll spend in the New Testament. We focus on Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount, which may be another account of the sermon Luke recorded in Luke 6 (which we studied last week). We discuss God’s standard of righteousness, which none of us can reach, and our relationship to the Law, and we look at the Lord’s Prayer as a pattern for prayer rather than a formula to repeat by rote.

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