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Doug Van Meter - 3 July 2022

A Holy Communion (1 Peter 1:22–2:3)

It is one thing to claim that you have been born again by the word of God and another to evidence this by your life. This is Peter’s broad theme from 1:22–2:10. Having been well instructed about the believer’s responsibility for a life of holy conduct (1:1–21), we turn our attention in this study to our responsibility to live a life of holy communion (1:22–2:3). We will see that a holy communion is a loving communion. Love and holiness are inseparable. Holy living is inseparable from loving living. This is Peter’s point in the text before us. We will study these verses under four headings: 1. The Responsibility for a Holy Communion (1:22) 2. The Resource for a Holy Communion (1:23–25) 3. The Resolve for a Holy Communion (2:1–2) 4. The Reason for a Holy Communion (2:3)

Scripture References: 1 Peter 2:1-3, 1 Peter 1:22-25

From Series: "1 Peter Exposition"

An exposition, by the elders of Brackenhurst Baptist Church, of the first epistle of Peter.

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