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This quarter we’re looking at the two letters written by Peter.
It’s easy to identify with Peter! He shares so many of our very human traits—bold and outspoken, yet also unsure of himself and weak. He makes promises he can’t keep. He takes the easy way out. He lets Jesus and himself down. Yet he is also blessed with being the first disciple to identify Jesus as the Messiah, of being one (along with James and John) to be one of Jesus’ closest friends, of being the church’s prime spokesman (at Pentecost) and seen as one of the main leaders. He even walked on water! In his time with Jesus we see a man blessed with moments of insight yet struggling with the teachings of Jesus. He is very much human, a man like us, and one to be both admired and sympathized with. In Peter we see the issues of great controversy very much at play in his life, and is an encouragement to all of us.
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