SERMONS, OUTLINES, ILLUSTRATIONS, AND PREACHING IDEAS

SERMONS & MEDIA ON 1 PETER

Our sermon ideas for 1 Peter will help you prepare a powerful message on the topic of negative societal declarations against the church and its people and the perpetual protection of God. Peter encourages the reader that God has chosen them and reminds us that our status is Holy. Prepare your messages on God's Word in 1 Peter with sermon outlines or an entire sermon series.


1 PETER SERMON OUTLINES

by Roger Thomas

For most of us, the idea of persecution or suffering for our faith seems far-fetched. We live in a free society. No one we know has ever been jailed for professing Christ. However, that's not true for lots of the world. Alam told us a few weeks ago what it meant to become a Christian...

by Chris Brown

As we start this new sermon series, we learn of Peter's desire to give new hope to believers who were fearful after Paul's death. Following Peter's example, what guidance do the following Scriptures give to continue bringing people the message of new...

by Marvin D. Patterson

One day, a teacher was talking to her first grade class about whales when a little girl had a question. Little Girl: ''Do whales swallow people?'' Teacher: ''No, even though they are much bigger than a person, they have throat pleats that filter their food of krill and plankton. Little Girl: ''But Mrs. Thurston says Jonah was...

by Stan Coffey

As we think about the significance of suffering, I want to speak on the subject, ''God's Purpose In My Problems.'' Everyone has problems and the question is, how do you respond to them? The question is, what is God trying to teach you through your...

by Rex Yancey

During W.W. 11 a Nazi war ship torpedoed a U. S. submarine and sunk it. A distress signal was immediately sent out to the sub. When another U. S. vessel got on the scene they spotted debris and oil on the water. They sent divers down to see if there were any survivors. The divers took their knives and tapped on the hull of the...

by Ernest Easley

Now it's been awhile, but tonight we are continuing our study of the book of 1st Peter under the heading ''YES, THERE IS HOPE.'' So join me for a few minutes tonight in chapter 4. Let me remind you that Peter is writing to people who had been born again to a living hope. And having been...

by James Merritt

Suicide has become a major, almost an epidemic, problem in our society. It would not surprise you to know that the number one leading cause of suicide is loneliness. It may not surprise you to know that the number two cause of suicide is anxiety. People today are anxious...

by Daniel Rodgers

Peter's letter is addressed to the persecuted saints who had been scattered throughout the Roman Empire; to those who were in Pontus, Galatia, Cappadocia, Asia, and Bithynia (vs. 1). Though they were suffering persecution, he wanted them to look beyond that, to see the bigger picture...

by Stuart Briscoe

Series: When the Going Gets Tough by Stuart Briscoe
Many people find the pursuit of happiness as frustrating as it is tiring. Joy is a Christian distinctive that even those who are experiencing difficulties may enjoy. I. The Joy that Comes Through Faith. A. The ground of faith. v. 6a 1. The revelation of the Father's mercy...

by Adrian Rogers

Would you take your bibles and turn please to First Peter the third chapter. We've been preaching through First Peter under the general heading, Timeless Truths for Tough Times. And in the providence of God we come today to a passage that deals with the resurrection which proves that all things work together for good to those who preach...