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1st Peter

Author – Peter
Time – 60 A.D.

Summary – This letter was written to Christians in Asia Minor to help establish a joyful hope in the face of coming persecution. Peter sternly warns that persecution would come and that each individual must stand fast against it.

Triumph in tribulation

Introduction – Chapter 1 v 1 to 2

The call and what it involves – Chapter 1 v 3 to 2 v 10

The pilgrim life and how to live it – Chapter 2 v 11 to 4 v 11

The fiery trial and how to bear it – Chapter 4 v 12 to 5 v 11

Final words – Chapter 5 v 12 to 14

2nd Peter

Author – Peter
Time – 66 A.D.

Summary – The theme of this letter is true knowledge. The newly formed church was threatened by false teachers, and therefore Peter exhorts the Christians to be aware of this danger. Peter explains that false teachers had crept in and were secretly subverting the true doctrine of the Gospel.

The true knowledge and the sure hope

The well – founded Gospel message should produce an enthusiastic response – Chapter 1 v 1 to 21

Warnings against evil doers and false teachers – Chapter 2 v 1 to 22

The certainty of the Lord’s return – Chapter 3 v 1 to 18

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