Every Christian is faced with the challenges of life that can result in a personal identity crisis. As we come to terms with who Jesus is for our lives, we are also faced with the question of who we are in Christ. Understanding this becomes the key for how Christians can live for God in this hostile world. In his book, How to Live for God in a Hostile World, author John Bracamontes surveys the life-changing message of the Book of 1 Peter, showing how personal identity is built upon a saving relationship with God as Father, with Jesus Christ as savior and coming deliverer, and with the Holy Spirit who purifies our hearts and gives us Christ's resurrected life. The hope filled message of the Book of 1 Peter continually points the Christian to the victorious return of Jesus Christ that will bring the final victory for each child of God. Having this eternal hope brings great strength and endurance to walk the Christian life in fellowship with both God and the Christian family found in the church. As each of us battles with the world, the flesh, and the devil, none of us is alone. The spiritual and personal connections God provides for us are stronger than the struggles we face. We can find comfort and strength in God's personal presence, the hope of his life-giving return, and Christian fellowship in the church. We are God's chosen people.
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|Size: ||654 KB|
|Publisher: ||Tate Publishing|
|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||9781681428024 (DRM-EPUB)|
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