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 Study Guide is to be used by each student in the Sunday School class. It contains helpful summaries of each lesson and provides the student with a place to take notes while the lesson is being taught. Also provided are daily Bible readings and questions to help the student prepare for next week’s lesson.
Table of Contents
I The Shepherd and Bishop of Your Souls
II The Wife who Wins
III The Connection Between Home and Heaven
IV For all Those who Love Life
VI The Just for the Unjust
VII The Will of God
VIII Above all Things
IX Giving Living
X The Fiery Trial is not Strange
XI The Pastor
XII The People
XIII As a Christian