Mike Johnson - December 6, 2020

Therefore, So What!

When reading through Scripture and come to the word "therefore", we should stop and ask what the 'therefore' is there for. From our text today in 1 Peter 1:10-16, we find the word therefore in play. As we ask what the "therefore" is there for, we find Peter gives us an answer - an answer that provides us with direction for our lives that leads to us having hope.

From Series: "1 Peter: Be Hopeful - No Matter What "

Many first-century followers of Christ were suffering and being abused and persecuted for believing and obeying Jesus. Beaten and jailed himself, Peter knew persecution firsthand. He had seen fellow Christians die and the church scatter from Jerusalem. But Peter knew Christ and nothing could shake his confidence in his risen Lord. In this personal context, Peter wrote to the church scattered and suffering for they faith with this encouraging message: Be Hopeful - No Matter What!

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