1 Peter

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NavPress Publishing Group, Dec 15, 1985 - Religion - 144 pages
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For Christians facing ridicule in a pagan world, it was difficult to focus on their “living hope.” Peter wrote to remind these hard-pressed Christians of their rich identities in Christ and to encourage them to face their sufferings with Christlike character.

This Bible study on the first book of Peter examines his heartfelt challenge to practical Christianity.

• Personal study between meetings
• 13 sessions
• Includes study aids and discussion questions

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User Review  - CJ CruisingUsa - Christianbook.com

This study was thorough and thought provoking. I took my time to get the most out of it, answering not only the 9-12 questions per chapter but also exploring the optional "For Further Study" and "For ... Read full review

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User Review  - Angela - Christianbook.com

Our ladies group is currently doing this study on 1 Peter. The questions are not asked in a very understandable way And the answers they want are very long and complicated. This study has been very frustrating for me. Even the teacher said she wouldn't be using this study again. Read full review


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The Navigators is an interdenominational, nonprofit organization dedicated to helping people "know Christ and make Him known" as they look to Him and His Word to chart their lives. Navigators have invested their lives in people for more than seventy-five years, coming alongside them life on life to study the Bible, develop a deepening prayer life, and memorize and apply Scripture, The ultimate goal is to equip Christ followers to fulfill 2 Timothy 2:2-to teach what they have learned to others. Today, tens of thousands of people worldwide are coming to know and grow in Jesus Christ through the various ministries of The Navigators. Internationally, more than 4,600 Navigator staff of 70 nationalities serve in more than 100 countries.

Donna Gaines, M.Ed., is the author of There's Gotta Be More and several women's Bible studies. She and her husband, Steve, minister in Memphis, where he is the pastor of Bellevue Baptist Church.

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