Want to learn more about 1 Peter? Use these Bible Studies for personal devotion, group Bible studies, or teaching a church class. Below are links to the lessons in this 13-part series.
This week we start a new quarter and a new book: 1
peter. Instead of actually turning to the study of the book of
peter this week, our lesson looks at peter the man.
This week we continue our background study of 1
peter. Starting next week we will systematically go through the
book, studying each chapter.
This week our study will be verses 3-5 of the first
chapter of 1 peter.
This week we study 1 peter 1: 6-12. I promised you
last week that i would wind up our discussion from last week of v.
3-5. Fortunately, that fits into our discussion of v. 7 today. So
lets get into this week’s lesson!
His week we study 1 peter 1: 13-25. We did not
finish our study from last week, so lets get into this week’s
This week we study 1 peter 2:1-10. Thank greg.
This week our study is 1 peter 2: 11-20.
Lets review again:
This week we study 1 pet. 2:20-25. Last week the
last part of our lesson dealt with submission to authority–and so
does our lesson this week.
THIS WEEK OUR STUDY IS 1 PETER 3:1-7. I COULD GET IN
A LOT OF TROUBLE TODAY. I HOPE THAT THE LORD WILL KEEP ME OUT OF
this week our study is 1 peter 3:8-22. lets review
a bit. The last three weeks we have learned how we should submit,
because of christ’s example, as citizens, servants, wives and
husbands. Peter finishes up that theme this week and moves on to
a related theme and the central issue of the rest of his letter:
This week our lesson covers 1 peter 4:1-11. last week
our text finished up with 1 peter 3:18-22. we did not have time to
discuss it–and we will not discuss it today, but it sets the basis
for the beginning of our study today, so lets look at it. lets read
it starting with v. 18 and then skipping over to the last line of
v. 21, “it [water of baptism] saves you by the resurrection of
jesus christ, who has gone into heaven and is at god’s right hand–
with angels, authorities and powers in submission to him.”
–What a promise! what a reminder! so this week peter starts out
with a “therefore” that follows this. lets look at it.
This week our study is 1 Peter 4:12-19. Last week
peter taught us in the first 12 verses of chpt. 4 that we should
have three attitudes towards life: 1) that because of jesus death
and resurrection and our baptism, we are dead to sin; 2) That as a
result of our new life, our old friends will abuse us, but we need
to keep in mind that god will judge and make all things right; and
3) We should help each other by be loving and compassionate. This
week he continues–and he talks about our attitude towards
suffering — lets look at it.
This is the last week of our study of 1 peter. Our
study is 1peter 5: but i am very concerned about finishing up
unfinished business from last week. Last week we looked at the
topic of our attitude towards suffering — and when our time was up
several people had their hands up and we had not finished the