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God's response to our rebellion was the promise of a Redeemer.
We know God is our creator, we know He is our redeemer, and we know Him as our father.
In this passage, the Apostle Peter commands us to subject ourselves to every human institution. What does he mean by "every human institution" and how are we to "subject ourselves" to them? In this sermon we seek to answer these questions and then apply them to three key principles (the believer's identity, battles, and beautiful life) of this section of 1 Peter.
Our God allows an intimacy: a closeness of relationships. In the redeemer's response there is a promise and provision made.
Preparing for closer fellowship begins with, a proper knowledge of the Redeemer's place and a procedure for approaching the Redeemer. There is a necessity of washing, anointing, new garments, right presentation, and obedience.
Our response to the redeemer should be to apprehend his grace, acknowledge his person, and accept his word.
A look at the able, adoring, assuring, and accommodating redeemer.