Broadcast Date: January 28, 2019
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Title: 1 Peter 3:1-7
Speaker: Jeff Miles
Bible Ref: 1 Peter 3:1-7
Series: 1 Peter
Description: Pastor Jeff Miles teaches from 1 Peter 3 on how husbands and wives are both to honor Christ by being submissive to each other and showing proper respect to each other.
Topics: Father’s Day, wives, husbands, submission, submissive, respect, respectful, Peter, Christians in various life settings, Christ-honoring, role of women, misunderstanding, Bible, New Testament, elevated, equality, new dignity, revolutionary, existing culture, society, second class citizens, property of their father or husband, cultural flexibility, non-negotiable, sexual faithfulness, children obeying parents, kindness, negotiable, working outside home; president of united states, cook, dresses below knee, Engles, little house on the prairie, structure of family, impact of living a christ-honoring life, subordinate position to husband, order, chain-of-command, captain of ship, ceo, men, God appointed you leader of your family, step up and take responsibility, grown up boys, nag, brow beat, Holy Spirit captures people’s hearts, participate, make up, make-up, jewelry, emphasis, character, Blaise Pascal, the serene beauty of a holy life is the most powerful influence in the world next to the power of God, magazines, how to maximize your beauty as you get older, beautiful, godly character, Sarah, obeyed Abraham, called him master, do not give way to fear, scary, hope in the Lord, He can and will do things in your husband’s life that you never could, weaker partner, nothing will hinder prayers, everyone’s needs before own, Jesus’ sacrifice, example, warriors, taking bullets, strong shoulders, courageous heart, fighting spirit, strength, selfish purposes, cowardly, yoke, respect , honor, esteem, weaker vessel, not inferior, obvious physical differences, everyday dishes, fine china, different purposes, not inferior or superior, sturdy, beautiful, delicate, artist, best work on last piece, humble man fully submitted to heavenly father, poem, Herbert Parker, I’ll be like you