Righteous Suffering

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What does it look like to live out our faith in everyday things as exiles?

This past weekend at Eastbrook Church I continued our series, “Exiles: A Study of 1 Peter,” looking at the four characteristics of our lives with God from 1 Peter 2:11-25. At the end of the message, I added a few comments about the current refugee crisis, fears of global terrorism, and how we should respond to that.

You can watch the message here or subscribe to our audio podcast, following along with the outline below. You can also follow the entire series at our web-site.

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The noticeable life of the exile (1 Peter 2:11-12)

Exile abstinence

Exile indulgence

 

The social responsibility of the exile (1 Peter 2:13-17)

Free submission

Free for God’s will

Free for doing good

 

The upturned household of the exile (1 Peter 2:18-21)

Upturned fear

Upturned duty

Upturned example

 

The upturned example of the exile (1 Peter 2:22-25)

Sinless example

Nonviolent example

Atoning example

Healing example

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