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1 Peter Bible Study


Pastor Mark is posting a special Bible study video through 1 Peter on Youtube for CFF. Short clips will sent out once a week as Pastor Mark takes us verse-by-verse through 1 Peter. And why, 1 Peter? Because this is God's letter through Peter to believers and their churches who, because of persecution, are no longer able to gather together as they once enjoyed. It's a great Book and one which has much to say about growing in our faith, living out our faith, and enjoying our faith especially when life is tough.

  CFF 1 Peter Study #22 (1 Peter 4:1-11)

   CFF 1 Peter Study [1 Peter 3:22] 9/16/20


  CFF 1 Peter Study [1 Peter 3:20-21] 9/9/20


  CFF 1 Peter Study #19 (1 Peter 3:18-20) Sept 2, 2020


  CFF 1 Peter Study #18 [1 Peter 3:18] 8/27/ 20


   CFF 1 Peter Study #17 [1 Peter 3:13-17] 8/20/2020, " Suffering for the Cause of Christ"

CFF 1 Peter Study #16 [1 Peter 3:8-12] 8/13/20


CFF 1 PETER STUDY #15 [1 Peter 3:1 & 7] 8/7/20


1 Peter Bible Study #14 covering 1 Peter 3:1-6, Pastor Mark Waite

1 Peter Study #13 [1 Peter 2:18-25] July 22, 2020, Pastor Mark Waite


1 Peter Study #12 [1 Peter 2:13-17] "Submission to Authority" July 16, 2020, Pastor Mark Waite

1 Peter Study #11 (1 Peter 2:11-12) July 9, 2020, Pastor Mark Waite:

1 Peter Study #10 (1 Peter 2:4-10) July 2, 2020, Pastor Mark Waite


1 Peter Study #9 (1 Peter 2:1-3 "Our Relationships Matter") June 26, 2020, Pastor Mark Waite

1 Peter Study #8 ("Our General Orders" 1 Peter 1:13-25) with Pastor Mark Waite, June 19, 2020

Seventh Segment Bible Sudy of 1 Peter with Pastor Mark Waite, June 11, 2020

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The sixth segment of Bible Study Of 1 Peter with Pastor Mark. 1 Peter 1:10-12 , June 3, 2020

The fifth segment of Bible study of 1 Peter with Pastor Mark Waite. 1 Peter 1: 8-9 "Assurance of Salvation"  May 28, 2020

Fourth Segment May 21, 2020 (scroll down)

Study Guide Questions:
  1. Note the blessings God has given His people in 1:3-5.   What significance do each of these four blessings have for the believer?
    1. * We have been given "new birth" (1:3)
    2. * We possess a "living hope"  (1:3)
    3. *We possess a future "inheritance that can never perish, spoil, or fade."  (1:4)
    4. *We are shielded by God's power until the coming of the salvation that is ready to be revealed in the last time." (1:5)
  2.  Why do we need to be "born again"?
  3. What does it mean to be "born again" or "regenerated"
  4.  Here are some other passages which talk about being born again or regeneration.  How do they help you better understand what being "born again" means?
    1. John 1:12
    2. John 3:3-8
    3. Titus 3:3-7
  5. Why will you never lose your salvation if you are truly saved?
  6. When will you as a believer finally be fully conformed to the image of Jesus Christ?  What significance does this have in light of Genesis 1:26-28; Romans 8:18-25; Romans 8:28-29; 1 John 3:1-3; and Revelation 21:1-8?

Third Segment May 14, 2020 (scroll down)

And for those of you who are interested here are some study guide questions that may be helpful to you as you think through this segment of the study which will primarily deal with 1 Peter 1:2-3.


1.  Peter begins the letter by reminding his readers of the greatness of their salvation.  How does learning about and understanding how God saved us help us live and enjoy the Christian life especially when undergoing suffering?


2.  According to Peter who are the chosen?


3.  What does Peter mean by saying that believers are chosen according to God's foreknowledge?  Does this mean that God chose those whom He knew would first choose Him?  Can you think of a passage of scripture that would help you answer that?


4.  What is the Holy Spirit's role in our salvation?


5.  Is there a place for human responsibility in God's plan of salvation?  If so, what is it that a person is responsible to do in order for the gospel to be effective in his or her life?


6.  How does 1 Corinthians 1:26-31 help us understand why God chose us in Christ before the foundation of the world (Ephesians 1:4)?


7.  What, according to 1 Peter 1:2 seems to be the reason for being chosen by God?


8.  How does Romans 5:1-5 help us understand the last phrase of 1 Peter 1:2, "Grace and peace be yours in abundance."

Second Segment May 8, 2020
First Segment May 1, 2020