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with Dr Rick Hertless and Ron Steudle

10-18-17 1 Peter 2:18 Submit Yourselves to Your Masters

God says that we should honor him no matter the circumstance so that others might know of grace of God through Jesus Christ. Peter says that we are to honor God even in the instance of being a slave. He does not tell us to fight the bounds of slavery, rather, he says that we should be the best slave that we can be. Then, through the grace of God, others might come to know Jesus as Lord.

His Gospel Power with Dr Rick Hertless and Ron Steudle

10-17-17 1 Peter 2:13-16 Live As Free Men

If we are in Christ, we are to live as free men. We are free no matter the circumstances of the world. However, God tells us to remain pure. We should not use our freedom to do evil. Peter said, “. . . do not use your freedom as cover-up for evil.” God wants his children to show the world how the righteous are to live. We are to honor God in all situations whether slave or free.

His Gospel Power with Dr Rick Hertless and Ron Steudle

10-16-17 – 1 Peter 2:13 Submit Yourself to Authorities

God has given us authorities to keep us safe. We are to submit to those authorities. However, when authorities clash with the laws of God we are to take a stand for God. God has given his laws to the citizens of Heaven. As Christians, we must follow those laws.

 

His Gospel Power with Dr Rick Hertless and Ron Steudle

10-13-17 – 1Peter 2:10-12 – You Are Aliens and Strangers

“Live such good lives among the pagans that, though they accuse you of doing wrong, they may see your good deeds and glorify God on the day he visits.” Jesus is coming back soon! God expects us to live among the pagans and give an example of Jesus. We are expected to glorify God in our lives in such a way that others will want to become citizens of the most high Kingdom; the Kingdom of Jesus Christ.

His Gospel Power with Dr Rick Hertless and Ron Steudle

10-12-17 – 1Peter 2:7-10 – You Are a Royal Priesthood

If you have chosen Jesus, you are a chosen people, a royal priesthood, a holy nation. Those who are in Jesus are foreigners and strangers in this world. We are a holy nation of the saved. Our citizenship does not reside in America or any place else in this world. Those who have accepted Christ are citizens of Heaven. Our life is but a fleeting moment here on earth.

His Gospel Power with Dr Rick Hertless and Ron Steudle

10-11-17 – 1Peter 2:4-6 – The Stone the Builders Rejected

Jesus came into the world to give life to the lost. However, the world rejected him. Jesus is the cornerstone of the world, but the builders rejected him. They chose to build their house on the foundation of sin. Even though rejected by many, Jesus remains the cornerstone in which one must base his or her life on if they are going to have eternal life.

His Gospel Power with Dr Rick Hertless and Ron Steudle

10-10-17 - 1Peter 1:20 to 2:2 – You Must Be Born Again

If you want to have everlasting life, you must be born again of the imperishable seed of Jesus Christ. Jesus came to give life to all who will accept as Lord and Savior. Denounce the perishable seed of sin and embrace eternal life in Jesus Christ.

His Gospel Power with Dr Rick Hertless and Ron Steudle

10-9-17 – 1Peter 1:17-19 – You Are Redeemed Imperishable

If you know Jesus as your Lord and Savior you are redeemed with imperishable seed. Adam sowed the seed of the perishable, but Jesus came so that your life might be redeemed if you accept him as Lord and Savior.

 

Deepen in the Divine with Scott Krytsa and call in guest Sheldon Jo

Remembrance that the true journey is joining and full memory and experience of God. How we get there is as varied as the number of souls in the universe. if you have landed here, than there is a part of you wanting to Deepen in the Divine. Welcome Home. 

His Gospel Power with Dr Rick Hertless and Ron Steudle

10-6-17 – 1 Peter 1:14-16 – Be Holy for I Am Holy

God calls his Church to strive for holiness. It does not mean you are perfect. Rather, it means that you are striving for perfection through the sanctifying work of the Holy Spirit. Holiness comes with the acceptance of Jesus Christ. God sees us as perfect in his Son. Nevertheless, we are still called to actively pursue perfection in our actions and our witness to the lost world that watches how we live as Christians.