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02 2 Peter 1:5-11 For this very reason

10/17/2018
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To understand 2 Peter 1:5-11, we need to know that: 1) Peter is speaking to churches who are bewitched by false teachers who are encouraging them to pursue greed and sensuality; 2) Believing the gospel includes a change in lifestyle. Lecture notes: https://www.wednesdayintheword.com/2peter1/ Teacher: Krisan Marotta Series: 2 Peter: How to find Life For more information: WednesdayintheWord.com

Duration:00:33:36

01 2 Peter 1:1-4 How to find Life

10/10/2018
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Peter wrote this letter to churches infected by false teachers to encourage them to remain true to the apostolic gospel. He encourages them to reject both the message and the lifestyle of the false teachers. He starts his case by proclaiming that in the gospel we have everything we need to obtain Life and godliness. Lecture notes: https://www.wednesdayintheword.com/2peter1/ Teacher: Krisan Marotta Series: 2 Peter: How to find Life To understand the problem the gospel solves, see...

Duration:00:46:39

10 1 Peter 5:1-14 In Conclusion

10/3/2018
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Peter concludes his letter by returning to his main theme: Stand firm in the gospel. Peter wrote his first letter give his readers perspective. Our “big picture” –what we believe is true — changes how we think, what we say, and what we do. Peter’s primary concern is to ensure we have the right big picture. He summarizes this theme addressing the leaders of the community. #witw #Biblestudy #1peter Lecture notes: https://www.wednesdayintheword.com/1peter10/ Teacher: Krisan Marotta Series: 1...

Duration:00:42:02

09 1 Peter 4:7-19 The Right Perspective

9/26/2018
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1 Peter 4:7-19 marks the beginning of the end of the letter. In conclusion, Peter returns his main theme of the letter: how you deal with fellow believers and hostile nonbelievers. His answer in each case is you need the right perspective. Lecture notes: https://www.wednesdayintheword.com/1peter9/ Teacher: Krisan Marotta Series: 1 Peter: Living as Aliens & Strangers For more information: WednesdayintheWord.com

Duration:00:40:58

08 1 Peter 3:18-4:6 And then there’s Noah

9/19/2018
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1 Peter 3:18-4:6 includes one of the more difficult passages in the New Testament. However we understand this section, the context suggests that the main point should be related to patiently enduring suffering for the sake of another. Lecture notes: https://www.wednesdayintheword.com/1peter8/ Teacher: Krisan Marotta Series: 1 Peter: Living as Aliens & Strangers For more information: WednesdayintheWord.com

Duration:00:39:39

07 1 Peter 3:8-17 Who is there to harm you?

9/12/2018
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Peter wraps up the second major section of his letter reminding his readers that the more we embrace the truth of who Jesus is and what he did for us, the less we have to fear. The more we know where life, hope and blessing are to be found, the freer we are to let go of this world. #witw #Biblestudy #1peter Lecture notes: https://www.wednesdayintheword.com/1peter7/ Teacher: Krisan Marotta Series: 1 Peter: Living as Aliens & Strangers For more information: WednesdayintheWord.com

Duration:00:34:17

06 1 Peter 3:1-7 When you’re treated unfairly

9/5/2018
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In his third example, Peter addresses wives of unbelieving husbands. In each of 3 examples, Peter addresses people who are stuck in a binding social relationship which they cannot easily escape. His advice to all 3 situations is the same: As aliens and strangers you are called to live in a hostile unbelieving world. When possible show the unbelievers that you are a person of virtue by behaving in a submissive and respectful way. Love your oppressor so that your faith is not interpreted as...

Duration:00:34:49

05 1 Peter 2:11-25 When you’re treated unjustly

8/29/2018
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Peter gives the principle in 1 Peter 2:11-12 and then he applies that principle to 3 situations where someone is be treated unfairly in a binding social relationship: a citizen under an unjust government, a slave under an unjust master and a wife married to an unbelieving husband. This talk examines the first 2 examples. Lecture notes: https://www.wednesdayintheword.com/1peter5/ Teacher: Krisan Marotta Series: 1 Peter: Living as Aliens & Strangers For more information: WednesdayintheWord.com

Duration:00:43:28

04 1 Peter 2:1-10 Living Stones

8/22/2018
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Have you seen a map of the universe taken from space with a tiny insignificant pinpoint of light labeled "you are here"? In 1 Peter 2:1-10, rather than demoralize us with our insignificance, Peter inspires us with the plan of God and how we are a part of it. Lecture notes: https://www.wednesdayintheword.com/1peter4/ Teacher: Krisan Marotta Series: 1 Peter: Living as Aliens & Strangers For more information: WednesdayintheWord.com

Duration:00:39:42

03 1 Peter 1:14-25 Hope makes a difference

8/15/2018
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In 1 Peter 1:14-25, Peter explains that the gospel gives us a living hope that ought change every aspect of our lives. Just as the Olympic athletes change their values, their goals, their actions, their words and their daily routines in light of their Olympic goals, so the gospel ought to change us. #witw #Biblestudy #1peter Lecture notes: https://www.wednesdayintheword.com/1peter3/ Teacher: Krisan Marotta Series: 1 Peter: Living as Aliens & Strangers For more information:...

Duration:00:32:49

02 1 Peter 1:1-13 Understanding Our Living Hope

8/8/2018
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In the field of psychology, "locus of control" refers to the extent to which a person believes they can control the world around them. People with a strong internal locus of control tend to attribute the outcome of events to factors under their own control. People with a strong external locus of control attribute outcomes of events to external circumstances. But both have a perspective which influences and predicts their actions. The book of 1 Peter is about that big perspective. In a sense,...

Duration:00:43:28

01 Introduction to 1 Peter: Meet the Author

8/1/2018
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An introduction to the letter of 1 Peter and a look at Peter's calling from Luke 5. Lecture notes: https://www.wednesdayintheword.com/1peter1/ Teacher: Krisan Marotta Series: 1 Peter: Living as Aliens & Strangers For more information: WednesdayintheWord.com

Duration:00:31:21

02 Philemon: How to be a Hero, Part 2

7/25/2018
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The Epistle to Philemon is a private letter written by the Apostle Paul. Along with the letter, Paul returning Onesimus, a slave who ran away from Philemon. This letter appeals to Philemon to take the right action and free Onesimus, but it speaks volumes to us today about how to live our daily lives. Lecture notes: https://www.wednesdayintheword.com/philemon1/ Teacher: Krisan Marotta Part of the series: Philemon For more information: WednesdayintheWord.com

Duration:00:37:08

01 Philemon: How to be a Hero, Part 1

7/18/2018
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The Epistle to Philemon is a private letter written by the Apostle Paul. Along with the letter, Paul returning Onesimus, a slave who ran away from Philemon. This letter appeals to Philemon to take the right action and free Onesimus, but it speaks volumes to us today about how to live our daily lives. Lecture Notes: https://www.wednesdayintheword.com/philemon1/ Teacher: Krisan Marotta Part of the Series: Philemon For more information: WednesdayintheWord.com

Duration:00:26:50

04 What is hope and how do I know I have it?

7/11/2018
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The "so what" of being justified by faith is now we have a reason to boast. Paul explains the 3 things we boast about in Romans 5:1-11. The first is hope. Lecture notes: https://www.wednesdayintheword.com/gospel4/ Teacher: Krisan Marotta Series: What is the Gospel? For more information: WednesdayintheWord.com

Duration:00:29:14

03 What is saving faith and why is it so important?

7/4/2018
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Saving faith is the permanent, ongoing trust in God that one day He will free me completely from all the consequences and effects of sin because of the blood of Jesus Christ. Saving faith itself is a gift from God and it involves 4 things. Lecture notes: https://www.wednesdayintheword.com/gospel3/ Teacher: Krisan Marotta Series: What is the Gospel? For more information: WednesdayintheWord.com

Duration:00:22:57

02 What is justification and why do I need it?

6/27/2018
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There are 2 consequences to our sin: 1) We experience death and futility. 2) Our rebellion is wrong and we now owe a debt to justice that must be paid. Justification is the payment of that debt. Lecture notes: https://www.wednesdayintheword.com/gospel2/ Teacher: Krisan Marotta Series: What is the Gospel For more information: WednesdayintheWord.com

Duration:00:23:34

01 What is life & death and why should I care?

6/20/2018
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A friend once asked me if I was on an airplane that was about to crash and had only a couple minutes to use my cell phone to call my family, what would I say? What would I tell them if I knew this would be our last conversation on earth? At first my mind when blank, but then the answer seemed obvious: Hang on to your faith. But to understand why saving faith is that important, you have to really understand the gospel. Understanding the gospel means we must understand the problem that the...

Duration:00:25:42

24 Romans 16 Paul’s Roman Yearbook

6/13/2018
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Compare Romans 16, Paul's conclusion of his letter to the Christians in Rome, to a high school yearbook. During the high school years, we are supposed to learn skills, knowledge, and an approach to life that will get us launched into adulthood. The book of Romans also records truths that should be foundational building blocks for life, the essentials upon which we ought to build our lives. The high school yearbook is the history of the events, ideas, and accomplishments that took place...

Duration:00:32:21

23 Romans 15:14-33 Paul’s Reflections

6/6/2018
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Paul closes #Romans as he began, with a personal word about himself and the church in Rome. Reflecting on his life so far and where God will take him next, Paul discusses two themes: 1) the situation of church at Rome, and 2) the future of his ministry. As you study Romans 15, compare what Paul says to your own church and ministry. #witw #Biblestudy Series: Romans For more information: WednesdayintheWord.com

Duration:00:36:33