Throughout the month of January, we're stepping into a brand new Teaching Series, entitled - Unshakeable. Throughout the "Unshakeable" series, we'll discover how to remain immovable in any situation - whatever we might face, because of who we are in Christ.
Many of the letters we read in the New Testament were written to churches meeting in homes in specific cities. However, Peter's letters were sent to churches over a vast region, spread across an area bigger than the whole of England.
Peter says, “My purpose in writing is to encourage you and assure you that what you are experiencing is truly part of God’s grace for you. Stand firm in this grace” - 1 Peter 5:12.
In 1 Peter, he wrote to encourage followers of Jesus to stand firm and hold their ground in times of great trouble, trial, and temptation. Like those Peter was speaking to then, we too need to stand firm and hold our ground until we see Jesus again.
Read more on 1 Peter: Suffering and Glory
Peter's Point Of View
Peter was writing from experience. He was a disciple of Jesus, denied Jesus three times, and became the disciple sent to preach the Gospel to the Jews. Peter spoke boldly on the day of Pentecost, went on to do amazing miracles in the name of Jesus, and was crucified upside down because he considered it unworthy to die in the same way as Jesus.
Peter would definitely not have described himself as unshakeable when he first set out to follow Jesus, so what was the reason for his unshakeable faith in Jesus? Find out how you too can be Unshakeable in this new series at Milton Keynes Christian Centre.
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