1 Peter 4:9 ESV
Show hospitality to one another without grumbling.
1 Peter 4:9: How to Be More Hospitable
People can annoy us with their needs. Our selfishness transforms loved ones into inconveniences. But God calls us to more than begrudging hospitality.
1 Peter 4:9 | Bible Exposition Commentary
24 Nov 1997 ... Be hospitable means to be friendly to strangers or guests (I Tim. 3:2; Tit. 1:8). A stranger is someone who is not regarded as a member of the ...
27 Sep 2010 ... 3:2; Titus 1:8) and is commanded for every follower of Jesus as an expression of love (Rom. 12:13; 1 Peter 4:9). But its meaning goes deeper ...
Hospitality, Handicapped and the Open Heart
Too many people in the world steer clear of wheelchairs. Let it not be so with Christ's people.
What does the Bible say about hospitality?
What does the Bible say about hospitality? Why is being hospitable so important for Christians?
Hospitality and the Great Commission
Increasingly, the most strategic turf on which to engage the unbelieving with the good news of Jesus may be the turf of our own homes.
1 Peter 4:9: What Grumbling Says About God
Few can endure being around grumblers. Heaven forbid that Christians, inheritors of the world, would be called complainers.
[VIDEO: 51min]Do We Practice Christian Hospitality? 1 Peter 4:9
http://www.gracebaptistwillmar.com Pastor Ron Snyder from Grace Baptist Church in Willmar, Minnesota.http://www.youtube.com/ Expository preaching from 1 Pete...
[VIDEO: 48min]Ray Andraos | The Heart of Hospitality (1 Peter 4:9)
June 10, 2018 Ray Andraos Southside Bible Church - Centennial, Colorado The Heart of Hospitality (1 Peter 4:9)
[VIDEO: 32min]Sermon - 1 Peter 4:9 - Show Hospitality to One Another
Sermon by Pastor Shawn Hull, First Baptist Church of Walnut Creek, CA
[VIDEO: 31min]The Art of Giving 1 Peter 4:7-11 SERMON ONLY
Pastor Patrick Rhodes Bloomerbaptistchurch.com To Know Christ and Make Him Known
[VIDEO: 39min]1 Peter: Hospitality at the Heart of the Gospel
Tyler David continues our Advent series by teaching on gospel hospitality from 1 Peter 4:9.