The most bitter failure in Peter’s life occurred when he denied his Lord in the palace of Caiaphas, but the resurrected Christ graciously forgave and restored Peter by the Sea of Galilee and then commissioned him to strengthen his brethren. Peter fulfilled this command as the Holy Spirit moved him to pen the epistles that bear his name. They were written to the people of God who were suffering great persecution. In this two-volume set, Clarence Sexton shares with the reader encouraging words on living as strangers in a world hostile to God and His children.
The Teacher’s Guide is a three-ring notebook containing valuable information to assist the teacher in the preparation and presentation of the Bible lesson. These notes are identical in format to the Study Guide. The page numbers on the “Teacher’s Notes” correspond to the page numbers in the Study Guide. Also included are class teaching notes and lesson aims which may be removed from the Teacher’s Guide and placed in the teacher’s Bible to assist in teaching the lesson.
Table of Contents
I Strengthen Thy Brethren
II Peter and the Strangers
IV The Appearing of Jesus Christ
V Our Sightless Love
VI The Desire of Angels
VII Holy Living in an Unholy World
VIII The Precious Blood of Christ
IX What Does It Mean to Be Born Again?
X A New Beginning
XI He Is Precious
XII Out of Darkness
XIII The Behavior of Believers