North Platte Berean Church
Subjection Suffering
Pain is inevitable. Try as we might to avoid it, trouble and suffering are just part of life in this broken world. (Jesus himself said so – see John 16:33.) This harsh reality can make us anxious, discouraged, even hopeless. But what if there's another way? What if, in the midst of the struggle, we can experience hope? A kind of hope that isn't expected, can't be explained, transcends our circumstances, indeed defies all odds? That's what Peter, one of Jesus' closest followers, wants for his readers – he wants them, through Jesus, to find A Strange Kind of Hope.
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  • North Platte Berean Church
    202 W 8th St, North Platte, NE 69101, USA
    Domingo 9:00 AM, Domingo 11:00 AM, Domingo 6:00 PM
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Be subject to authority

To EVERY human institution
For the Lord's sake
This is the will of God
Honor the Emperor
Subjection may bring unjust suffering