The Bible Teacher's Guide: First Peter: How to Live as Pilgrims in a Hostile World

The Bible Teacher's Guide: First Peter: How to Live as Pilgrims in a Hostile World

by Gregory Brown


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The letter of First Peter was written to persecuted Christians scattered throughout the Roman Empire. It was meant to both encourage and instruct them on how to live as pilgrims in a hostile world. This message is still relevant today.

Christ declared that in the end times believers would be hated by "all nations" because of him (Matthew 24:9). With the continuing culture shift, animosity and persecution towards Christians is increasing at an alarming rate. Over 400 Christians are martyred every day, and more saints have died for the faith in the last century than all the previous combined. The words of First Peter are a message of hope, desperately needed to encourage and prepare the Church for what lies ahead. Let's journey through Peter's letter together with the aid of the Bible Teacher's Guide.

"Expositional, theological, and candidly practical! I highly recommend the Bible Teacher's Guide for anyone seeking to better understand or teach God's Word."

-Dr. Young-Gil Kim, Founding President of Handong Global University

"This study could be used by pastors as an aid for sermon preparation, by small group leaders, or by any believer who wants to understand and apply God's Word personally. I can't imagine any student of Scripture not benefiting by this work."

-Steven J. Cole, Pastor, Flagstaff Christian Fellowship, Author of the Riches from the Word series

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780692445976
Publisher: BTG Publishing
Publication date: 05/07/2015
Series: Bible Teacher's Guide
Pages: 346
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.72(d)

About the Author

Greg Brown earned his MA in religion and MA in teaching from Trinity International University, a MRE from Liberty University, and a PhD in theology from Louisiana Baptist University. He currently serves as chaplain and assistant professor at Handong Global University, pastor at Handong International Congregation, and as a Navy Reserve chaplain.

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