1 Peter 3:8 ESV

Finally, all of you, have unity of mind, sympathy, brotherly love, a tender heart, and a humble mind.

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1 Peter 3:89, Part 1: Bless Those Who Revile You
We know we are supposed to love our enemies, to bless those who curse or revile us, but how do we do that? Where does that kind of heart and response come from?
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1 Peter 3:89, Part 3: Those Who Suffer Receive a Blessing
How does our future inheritance in heaven help us suffer well? The answer is one key to loving those who wrong and mistreat us.
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17. Summing up Submission (1 Peter 3:8-12)
8 To sum up, let all be harmonious, sympathetic, brotherly, kindhearted, and humble in spirit; 9 not returning evil for evil, or insult for insult, but giving a blessing instead; for you were called for the very purpose [because unto this you were called] that you might inherit a...
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The Meanings of Love in the Bible
The Bible illustrates numerous kinds of love, such as the kind that seeks the good of unlovely or unwanted people.
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Your Calling Is to Bless Believers
The primary purpose of small groups is to help each other maintain the full assurance of faith.
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1 Peter 3:89, Part 2: How Do We Obey Commands to Feel?
We do not have immediate control over our feelings, so how do we obey commands to feel? Here are five places to start in pursuing changes in your personality.
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Living and Loving the Good Life, Part 1
Let's turn together to 1 Peter chapter 3; 1 Peter chapter 3. The text before us in this glorious epistle is verses 8 through 12. And I would like to read those verses to you. Beginning in verse 8 ...
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The Beautiful Faith of Fearless Submission
A Christian woman hopes in God, fears nothing, and wears the jewelry of godliness.
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