As we conclude this series through the first epistle of Peter, in the final verses, he instructs us to be humble before God and with each other. We are given encouragement and instruction in resisting spiritual attacks and assured of God's strengthening and secure establishment.
Today's intergenerational service picked up on the promise of the Holy Spirit Jesus made in the Gospell passage (John 14:15-18). We looked at who the Holy Spirit is, some of the gifts and abilities he gives us before praying for the strengthening of the Holy Spirit in various situations.
Having just watched the coronation the previous evening, we reflect on the significance of the coronation as a covenant between the King and the people and between God and the King. We see the significance of the actions taken and the investing actions. We reflect on our part as we relate to the sovereign from a Biblical stance.
As we follow the Apostle Peter's letter in chapter 2, he speaks of Christian growth - we need to crave pure spiritual milk. As we come to Christ, we are made part of the dwelling place of God on earth. Here is a high view of the Church. We are chosen, shown mercy, taken out of darkness into light, treasured, protected, made into a nation of kings and priests.
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