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Devotional Guide

Devotional Guide

Mon: Familiarization

Mon: Familiarization

1 Peter 1.13-25

• Prayerfully, reflectively, read 1 Peter in its entirety (we will do this each Monday). • Pick a passage in the book and pray through it for people at Zion.

Tues: Observation

• Slowly read 1 Peter 1.13-25 several times. Notice

1 Peter 1.13-25

• Prayerfully, reflectively, read 1 Peter in its entirety (we will do this each Monday). • Pick a passage in the book and pray through it for people at Zion.

Tues: Observation

• Slowly read 1 Peter 1.13-25 several times. Notice

as much as you can about it as time permits;

as much as you can about it as time permits;

nothing is too small or too obvious to write down.

nothing is too small or too obvious to write down.

• Pray this passage for the leaders at Zion.

Wed: Organization • Read 1 Peter 1.13-25 once.

• Jot some notes on its structure; how is this

• Pray this passage for the leaders at Zion.

Wed: Organization • Read 1 Peter 1.13-25 once.

• Jot some notes on its structure; how is this

passage arranged/organized? Note that it orbits

passage arranged/organized? Note that it orbits

around three central commands.

around three central commands.

• Pray through the passage, this time for yourself and those immediately around you.

• Pray through the passage, this time for yourself and those immediately around you.


Thurs: Investigation • Read 1 Peter 1.13-25 once.

• Write some notes answering the questions:

Thurs: Investigation • Read 1 Peter 1.13-25 once.

• Write some notes answering the questions:

1.13-25: What are the three main commands in

1.13-25: What are the three main commands in

the passage (it will help to read in more than

the passage (it will help to read in more than

one translation and compare them to see the

one translation and compare them to see the

main verbs)?

main verbs)?

1.13-25: Each command has a number of

1.13-25: Each command has a number of

reasons for it and results that are to come from

reasons for it and results that are to come from

it. Ponder on paper how the commands, the

it. Ponder on paper how the commands, the

reasons, and the results relate to each other.

reasons, and the results relate to each other.

• Pray for a ministry at Zion using this passage.

• Pray for a ministry at Zion using this passage.

Fri: More Investigation

Fri: More Investigation

• Write some notes answering the question:

• Write some notes answering the question:

• Read 1 Peter 1.13-25 once.

• Read 1 Peter 1.13-25 once.

1.13-25: There is at least one quote or allusion to

1.13-25: There is at least one quote or allusion to

the OT in each of the three parts. Look up these

the OT in each of the three parts. Look up these

cross-references and ponder how those passages

cross-references and ponder how those passages

relate to 1 Peter as much as you can in the time

relate to 1 Peter as much as you can in the time

you have.

you have.

• Pray for the way we as Zion can exemplify the message of this passage to Lincoln and in the world.

Sat: Proclamation • Read 1 Peter 1.13-25 once.

• Sum up your devotional week by writing a

• Pray for the way we as Zion can exemplify the message of this passage to Lincoln and in the world.

Sat: Proclamation • Read 1 Peter 1.13-25 once.

• Sum up your devotional week by writing a

sentence or two about this passage’s message, as

sentence or two about this passage’s message, as

though you were explaining it to someone.

though you were explaining it to someone.

• Pray through the passage, asking for the Holy Spirit’s help in where and how to obey it.

• Pray through the passage, asking for the Holy Spirit’s help in where and how to obey it.

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devotional guide for 1 peter 1.13-25

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