Sermon Slides - Hear the Voice

get rid of hatefulness and deception, of
insincerity and jealousy and slander.
1 Peter 2:1
to Him—the living stone—who was
rejected by people but accepted by God as
chosen and precious.5Like living stones, let
yourselves be assembled into a spiritual house,
a holy order of priests who offer up spiritual
sacrifices that will be acceptable to God through
Jesus the Anointed.
1 Peter 2:4-5
it says in the words of the prophet Isaiah,
See here—I am laying in Zion a stone,
a cornerstone, chosen and precious;
Whoever depends upon Him will never be
1 Peter 2:6
you who believe and depend on Him, He is
precious; but to you who don’t, remember the
words of the psalmist:
The stone that the builders rejected
has been laid as the cornerstone—
the very stone that holds
together the entire foundation,
1 Peter 2:7
of Isaiah:
A stone that blocks their way,
a rock that trips them.
They stumble because they don’t follow the
word of God, as they were destined to do.
1 Peter 2:8
you are a chosen people, set aside to
be a royal order of priests, a holy nation, God’s
own; so that you may proclaim the wondrous
acts of the One who called you out of inky
darkness into shimmering light.
1 Peter 2:9
things won’t always be this way . . . It shall
turn out that in the very place where it was said
to them, “You are not My people,” they will be
called “Children of the living God.”
Hosea 1:10
remember you don’t belong in
this world. You are resident aliens living in exile,
so resist those desires of the flesh that battle
against the soul.
1 Peter 2:11
honorably among the outsiders so that,
even when some may be inclined to call you
criminals, when they see your good works, they
might give glory to God when He returns in
1 Peter 2:12
grace is clearly at work when a person
accepts undeserved pain and suffering and does
so because he is mindful of God.
1 Peter 2:19
you want to be extraordinary—love
your enemies! Do good without restraint!
Lend with abandon! Don’t expect anything in
return! Then you’ll receive the truly great
reward—you will be children of the Most High—
for God is kind to the ungrateful and those who
are wicked. 36So imitate God and be truly
compassionate, the way your Father is.
Luke 6:35-36
The Anointed One suffered for us and left us His
example so that we could follow in His steps.
23When He was verbally abused, He didn’t
return the abuse; when He suffered, He didn’t
make threats to cause suffering in return;
instead, He trusted that all would be put right by
the One who is just when He judges.
1 Peter 2:22-23
took on our sins in His body when He died
on the cross so that we, being dead to sin, can
live for righteousness. As the Scripture says,
“Through His wounds, you were healed.” 25For
there was a time when you were like sheep that
wandered from the fold, but now you have
returned to the Shepherd and Guardian of your
1 Peter 2:24-25

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