The God Who Keeps Me from Falling

Evening Service
Jan 8, 2023

The Christian life can be a winding path marked by seasons of doubt, despair, and weakness. Peter’s first letter, written to dispersed believers in what is now Turkey, encouraged readers to stand firm in God’s grace. In this message, Alistair Begg examines the concluding verses of chapter 5, acknowledging that while believers will surely experience suffering in this life, it is God Himself who promises to meet us in our need, restore our brokenness, strengthen us in our weakness, and keep us safe and secure in Him. 

Topics: Dependence on God, Grace of God, Restoration

1 Peter 5:10-11


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