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Have You, Like Peter, Experienced Something Supernatural? Simon Peter, a man who has been an ordinary businessman in the fishing industry, has now been serving Jesus Christ and ministering in the front line of the Kingdom of God for around 30 years, and he has something relevant and powerful to teach and write. He is not a man to waste words as we read the opening words of his first letter. He writes to these scattered persecuted disciples of Jesus Christ. We are strangers in this world - misfits - exiles - aliens - unwanted by some folks. We are far from home - we don't fit in - we don't belong down here - but we have to remain here to serve and shine and witness and testify to Jesus Christ. Much of what he says can apply to us today, and all of what he says is relevant and significant. It is the Word of God. This letter is being written during a time of real persecution, by a man who had been so transformed by Jesus Christ - and he is saying - 1 - You have been chosen. 2 - You have been sanctified - set apart - and you are different, so that you can obey. 3 - You have been sprinkled by the blood of Jesus Christ. Yes - we are very different indeed. There are certain days in our lives which we remember very clearly, and one of these days must surely be when we are born again. Peter is referring to that here in verse 3. And Peter is encouraging these persecuted disciples of Jesus to praise God - to worship Him. When we are persecuted - when people have a go at us - when people launch an attack upon us because of our faith in Jesus - praise the living God. What God has given us has been noticed - observed. Now, we know who we are praising, and we know to whom we are praying. A living hope - a living assurance - so that we can cope with an uncertain future. This is a wonderful weapon against uncertainty. And yet - Peter says - we are selected by God - chosen by the sanctifying work of the Holy Spirit - so that we can be obedient to Jesus Christ. We are sprinkled by or with His blood. We are marked people in more ways than one. This is what cuts us off. This is what makes us different, and cuts us off from our sins – and sometimes cuts other people off from us. They may find it hard to cope with us at times. We are chosen by God, and we share this with Israel. Just as Peter, a Jew, now had a love for non-Jews - so we non-Jews – Gentiles – should have a love for Jews - as well as for non-Jews. Peter was aware that there were so many things that had to be put right in his own life before he went out and to feed sheep and lambs in a cruel callous persecuting world – this is what we see him doing here in this letter. They were going through a fiery ordeal – a painful trial – Chapter 4. Peter seeks to produce a strong vigorous commitment in the lives of these early disciples. You are God’s people – that was a favourite name for those who belonged to Christ Jesus. He speaks about the origins of God’s people – how did they get their existence – where did they come from? What is God calling us to? And – how do we grow? And how does suffering fit in to all this? Peter is writing to God’s Elect – strangers in the world – scattered – chosen – sanctified – sprinkled by the blood of Jesus Christ. There is not a hint of anything human in all this. When there are enemies and pressures, when living for Jesus Christ becomes hard, it is important to know which rock you are anchored to. If it is to what you have done then when the first whiff of an adverse wind appears you will not be as stable as GOD wants you to be. You might be shaken. You might capitulate and conform, but if you are anchored to the ROCK of Christ, then you will react and respond and behave differently. God did this with Israel. I will be your GOD and you will be MY PEOPLE. Jesus said, “I chose you – you did not choose ME!” I chose you and ordained you! It is NOT our choice – but GOD’S! For that reason I will never let you go, or give up MY PURPOSES for you. Chosen by God - that angers many people - this whole theme of being chosen. Who do you think you are to think that you are chosen by God? That confuses some people, and infuriates others. God the Father sets us apart from the rest of mankind - to belong to Jesus - chosen and set apart, for a life of obedience. Then Peter explains how we have the Holy Spirit working in our lives - enabling us to be obedient to Jesus. God chooses us for obedience - this is how we can truly please Jesus - by obeying Him. Note the order - the whole work begins with the Holy Spirit working within us. We are drawn - or we are convicted of our sin - something we are doing wrong is brought to our attention by the Holy Spirit within us – and we want rid of that thing - whatever it might be - so that we can be in a better position to obey Jesus. Sprinkled by the blood - this is what makes us different too - distinct - and this is what makes us brothers and sisters in Christ. Sprinkling can also mean SEALED – indicating sealed for holy service. This is what guarantees us of heaven as our home - and this is also what makes us strangers and aliens and misfits in this present world. Chosen by God the Father - set apart or sanctified by the Holy Spirit - and sprinkled by the blood of Jesus which cleanses us and assures us and reassures us that our sins are forgiven. Note how Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, are each and all involved in these opening verses. It is God Who does all this in us. Is not God a stranger in the world? Why should we be accepted and acceptable? Over many years Israel has been exiled from her earthly home - we have been exiled from our heavenly home – we do not belong here. We are not oddities – but we owe allegiance to another King. We are not only elected by the God the Father – but we are separated – set apart – or sanctified, by the Spirit. Who first opens our eyes – who first gives us a desire for God – who first makes us realise that we need a Saviour – but the HOLY SPIRIT? Somehow we knew there was an active God in the world, and HE has begun to lead us to seek Jesus Christ. For obedience to Jesus Christ – obedience NOW – you sacrifice – and you are sprinkled by His blood – you are marked with the blood of Jesus Christ as the sacrifice was in the Tabernacle or the Temple. And these disciples of Jesus Christ are strangers in this world. Do you ever feel like that? If you find some repetition in these opening comments on I Peter, do remember what Derek Prince taught – “Recapitulation is an important part of teaching.” Peter had never been to the rabbi’s College – he is simply an ordinary fish merchant. One day he realised what amazing privileges were his – this is why we are resident aliens. We have experienced something supernatural – the love of the Father – the call of Jesus Christ – the wonderful working of the Holy Spirit. “Almighty God, we thank You that You are a God Who loves and selects and chooses – we thank You for making known Your Love for us, in and through Jesus Christ. We thank You risen and living Jesus for pouring out the Holy Spirit in all His fullness. We give thanks for the various powerful and mysterious ways in which the Holy Spirit works and moves. Amen.” (This week's "Word from Scotland" - previous articles may be found at Studylight.org and liveasif.org in the 'Archives' section - every prayerful blessing.)

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'This is about restoration.' — A call-to-action from a 4word woman — 4word

So much fear. So many frustrations. Where do we go from here? We asked 4word women to share their thoughts on everything happening around us right now and we're proud to share this passionate plea for change from Nicole Dickens. May her words light a fire within you! http://ow.ly/GudK50A21nK

4wordwomen.org We asked Nicole Dickens to share her thoughts on the current unrest in America. May her words light a fire within you to begin restoration!

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The Richness of Differences - Learn to Love All Stories - 4word

We're hearing plenty these days about the differences that divide us all. But what if we could celebrate the differences? We're re-sharing this blog post from Dr. Michelle Deering on ways we can all celebrate and empathize with the uniqueness. Don't miss her thoughtful insight! http://ow.ly/CiKA50A06gy

4wordwomen.org Dr. Michelle Deering, clinical psychologist and Mother-Daughter Relationship Consultant, encourages us to see the richness in differences among...

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Episode 11: Don’t Let Racism and Sexism Steal Your Hope in Today’s World - 4word

Need a dose of hope today? Check out this podcast from August 2019 with Joi Freeman. Here, Joi tackles the hard issues and talks about how to have hope even in tough times. http://ow.ly/TjeQ50A07jP

4wordwomen.org Racism. Sexism. Ageism. These and many other issues are rampant in today's society and are especially targeting women in the workplace. Is there hope?

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Member Insider Program - 4word

4word Member Insiders receive exclusive discounts with vendors who support women in the workplace and share our values. One of our current partners is CAUSEGEAR with fair trade products that lift women out of poverty in Asia. Become a Member Insider today for a 20% discount on other benefits! http://ow.ly/jXWk50zZYaj

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How the Church Can Continue Fighting for Black Lives - 4word

FRIDAY FAVES || We've all seen the headlines and hashtags. But what happens when that starts to fade? Here are 3 ways the church can continue to tackle racism in any season. http://ow.ly/VBpm50zZXx2

4wordwomen.org See what the church and you can continue to do to fight for black lives, how to combat burnout, and more in this week's Friday Faves!

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The Coaching That Helped This Nike Exec Start Her Own Team

Take a look at this! We loved seeing one of our own in the Wall Street Journal. Check out this article featuring 4word Board Member Patty Ross as a trusted advisor to another Nike exec. Congrats, Patty! http://ow.ly/Dt8f50zYU86

wsj.com Stefanie Strack left behind prestigious jobs in the world of apparel to start VIS Holdings, a business that supports young female athletes. It might not have happened without encouragement from her key advisers.

Be equipped for what's next! Click to catch this conversation with 4word Founder Diane Paddison, 4word Advisory Board Member Kathleen Cooke, Margaret Kim, and Cynthia Garrett at the Connect20 Online Media & Arts Summit. Together, they're sharing ways we can emerge from all these changes and face the future with courage and purpose. PLEASE NOTE: Registration is required for these sessions. Cost is $5 for each session. http://ow.ly/PSLG50zZcNc

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Member Insider Program - 4word

DISCOVER MORE of 4word's benefits by becoming a 4word Member Insider. For less than 3 cents a day, you'll get a collection of exclusive discounts, one-of-a-kind resources, access to our members-only community, and so much more — over $750 in benefits! Click to learn more. http://ow.ly/FfxW50zYSXl

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Why We Get Bored Studying the Bible - And How to Fix That - 4word

"He loves us so much that I believe He gets so much joy out of the mere fact that we intentionally turn our hearts and time to listen to Him only. He is the Lover of our souls and we’ve decided to love on Him and live our lives for Him."

DON'T WAIT one more minute. Don't wait for the perfect time or the most spiritual moment. Dive into God's word now — in the middle of the heartbreak or the messy moments. Trust that God waits to guide you into peace and delight. http://ow.ly/evxk50zVG0r

4wordwomen.org LaDonna Slade shares a simple four-step fix to studying the Bible in a way that makes it easy to keep going!

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Episode 11: Don't Separate Your Faith From Your Career - 4word Podcast

Does mixing faith and work feel awkward? Kim Vastine, chaplain for 4word: Southlake, joins us on the podcast this week. She explores the struggle to bring faith to work and shares our advantages as Christians in the workplace. Click to listen in. http://ow.ly/g6tU50zXQEU

4wordwomen.org Kim Vastine explores why we struggle to bring our faith to work and the advantages we have as Christians in the workplace.

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Why We Get Bored Studying the Bible - And How to Fix That - 4word

"When these feelings try to take hold of us, our defense cannot be Bible study as usual. We have to aggressively seek and depend on the Word to be the discerner of the thoughts and intents of (our) heart."

Forget all the rules that say time with God needs to be neatly organized. LaDonna of 4word: Austin says its less about format and more about faith, heart, and finding joy in his presence. Hear all her tips here. ➡️ http://ow.ly/kMcd50zVFxE

4wordwomen.org LaDonna Slade shares a simple four-step fix to studying the Bible in a way that makes it easy to keep going!

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CONNECT20 Online Media & Arts Summit

Hear from 4word Founder and President Diane Paddison, 4word Advisory Board Member Kathleen Cooke, Dr. Caroline Leaf, Bob Goff, Will Graham and so many more at this week's Connect20 Online Media & Arts Summit. Experience interactive talks, interviews and concert events. Click to learn more! http://ow.ly/pHHc50zTttk

summit.mediaarts.org.au 5 days of interactive talks, interviews and concert events for the curious Christian

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Why We Get Bored Studying the Bible - And How to Fix That - 4word

"Did you know that boredom is a close cousin with familiarity and restlessness? They actually fuel each other. We get bored because we are so familiar and become disenchanted with a thing. This in turn causes restlessness because we are still searching for something to replace that bored feeling. When these feelings come as it relates to the Bible, it must be dealt with or it will give opportunity for doubt and unbelief."

Homeschool teacher. Zoom meeting moderator. Craft-time coordinator. How many job titles are you balancing? When we're at our busiest — or most stressed — it's easy to skimp on time with God. But LaDonna from 4word: Austin is sharing ways we can experience more worship. Click to find out more: http://ow.ly/C76L50zVDS6

4wordwomen.org LaDonna Slade shares a simple four-step fix to studying the Bible in a way that makes it easy to keep going!

A message from 4word Founder and President Diane Paddison: "As I reflect on acts of injustice today, may we listen, have compassion, put love into action, and go to the Scriptures."

Jesus said unto him, "Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind. This is the first and great commandment. And the second is like unto it, Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself. On these two commandments hang all the law and the prophets." Matt. 22:37-40 KJV

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Why We Get Bored Studying the Bible - And How to Fix That - 4word

Feeling less than enthusiastic lately about digging into God's Word? Give a listen to LaDonna Slade of 4word: Austin. She's sharing a simple, 4-step fix to bring more delight and less duty to your Bible study. Ready to dive in together? http://ow.ly/FjV850zVCSS

4wordwomen.org LaDonna Slade shares a simple four-step fix to studying the Bible in a way that makes it easy to keep going!

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10 “Date-Night-In” Ideas For Quarantined Couples - Friday Faves - 4word

Coronavirus or not — finding the time (and money) to go out for a date night can feel impossible. But a date night in? Click through our Friday Faves for 10 ideas you can try tonight. http://ow.ly/7fPs50zTsZq

4wordwomen.org Pick one of these 10 date-night-in ideas, see which three things to remember going back to work, and more in this week's Friday Faves!

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CONNECT20 Online Media & Arts Summit

DON'T MISS 4word Founder and President Diane Paddison, Kathleen Cooke, Dr. Caroline Leaf, Bob Goff, Will Graham and so many more at the Connect20 Online Media & Arts Summit, starting June 1. Experience 30 interactive talks, interviews and concert events. Click to sign up! http://ow.ly/pHHc50zTttk

summit.mediaarts.org.au 5 days of interactive talks, interviews and concert events for the curious Christian

"I had trained myself for so many years to suffer in silence. It is a well-conditioned mental muscle for me to internalize what I am going through. However, the healing I have experienced causes me to refuse to be silent. I speak out not just for myself and my own healing, but to give others the invitation to their own healing."

Learning to fight for your own healing? It's a process. But it's one Coleen of 4word: Philadelphia learned over the years. Click to hear how! http://ow.ly/gmBo50zPzFF

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Charleston, SC - 4word

We are so excited to announce that 4word has a new local group in Charleston, S.C.! This group meets twice monthly, currently via Zoom, in another authentic 4word community of professional Christian women. Check out their upcoming meetings and share with your friends who live in the Charleston area! http://ow.ly/ugcY50zQBf5

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"Slowly my walls began to come down, and I started to be able to have self-compassion for the first time. Going to counseling initially made me feel like a failure, but it has completely transformed my life. I thank God I took the step when I did."

When it comes to mental illness, healing looks different for everyone. Click to hear how Coleen of 4word: Philadelphia learned to treat herself with kindness and find the next right step. http://ow.ly/G7ru50zPzrC

God is on the move through 4word in Palm Beach County, Florida! Partnering with Community of Hope, 4word: Palm Beach County will serve Christian women in the workplace throughout the region. See their upcoming meetings and share with your friends in Florida! http://ow.ly/83DF50zQzb9

"Church didn’t feel like a safe place for me. If ever I admitted feelings of depression or anxiety to my church leadership or other parishioners, I was quickly pointed to Scriptures about faith and joy, and effectively told that my depression made God look bad. I continuously wrestled with deep condemnation and self-loathing."

That feeling of being flawed. That daily battle with depression — despite your faith. How did Coleen of 4word: Philadelphia fight back against mental illness? Click on over to find out: http://ow.ly/BF8h50zPyWj

"Suffering with mental illness can make you feel like there is something inherently wrong with you. It made me feel like I was a bad or even evil person."

Follow along this week as Coleen Thomson of 4word: Philadelphia shares her experience with mental illness — her struggle for acceptance in the church, her personal barriers to seeking healing, and the freedom she found in God. Don't miss her story! http://ow.ly/QvEs50zPlsO

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Un-Quarantining With Your Spouse - Friday Faves - 4word

FRIDAY FAVES ➡️ We've all been stuck inside for a while now. So, what happens when our old routine restarts? Try asking your spouse these 8 questions before all the busy begins again. http://ow.ly/qtxb50zNBSI

4wordwomen.org Learn how to prepare for your new normal with your spouse post-quarantine, how to be an ally at work, and more in this week's Friday Faves!

"Being in the moment, accepting what is, and releasing what we can’t control are disciplines that can slowly help us find peace in imperfection and the ability to celebrate progress, even when we know we have a LONG way to go!"

It's tough to give up the chase for perfection. But we can feel secure in His love. We can trust that He delights even in our attempts. Want to know more? Check out this week's blog to hear how Rebecca broke free from her own battle with perfection. http://ow.ly/V7HE50zKgnL

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Learn How to See Your Perfection in the Midst of Mess - 4word

"I had to come face to face with the fact that either I accept my ‘imperfect life’ for what it is, or I live with the weight of regret and shame."

CAN WE TELL YOU A SECRET? It doesn't matter what her job title is. How cute her kids look on Instagram. Or how small her laundry pile was when you stopped by. No one — absolutely no one — has it all figured out. http://ow.ly/EgpR50zKg8N

4wordwomen.org Rebecca Hawkins shares her thoughts on how we can escape the lie of perfectionism and embrace God's idea of perfect for our lives.

"The truth is that our lives ARE perfect—as God created them to be—even in all of their mess."

Feeling the weight of perfectionism? We have a choice to make — sometimes daily. Will we strive alone with our perfection or trade that lie for the truth of God's love? http://ow.ly/z8at50zKfND

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Learn How to See Your Perfection in the Midst of Mess - 4word

How much do you feel it? That pressure. That impossible standard. That push to be Pinterest-perfect. This week, Rebecca Hawkins shares secrets she discovered for defeating perfectionism and embracing God's best. Ready to get started? http://ow.ly/EGue50zJxdf

4wordwomen.org Rebecca Hawkins shares her thoughts on how we can escape the lie of perfectionism and embrace God's idea of perfect for our lives.

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Episode 10: Can You Get Rid of Limiting Beliefs? - 4word Podcast

What ideas hold you back? Dig deeper in this podcast with Kristen Stockton, chair of 4word: Washington, D.C., and discover how to release the thoughts and behaviors limiting your success. http://ow.ly/mNQZ50zHpGX

4wordwomen.org Kristen Stockton, a business performance consultant and chair of 4word: Washington D.C., coaches us through how to release ourselves from limiting...

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How to Be Resilient in Today’s Work Environment - Friday Faves - 4word

FRIDAY FAVES | Feeling the pressure lately? We hear you. Try these 4 things when you're struggling with the stress of today's work world. http://ow.ly/GvMJ50zHp9r

4wordwomen.org Learn how to be more resilient in your work environment, read tips for connecting with others, and more in this week's Friday Faves!

"I surround myself with people who care about personal growth and positive actions. I stay connected to my savior and God’s promises. It is critical to stay in a productive mindset and not make room for hopelessness."

Navigating the ups and downs of mental illness? It's not easy. But walking that road with people who share acceptance and support can make all the difference. http://ow.ly/w2J350zCTTU

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Knowing the 'Next Right Step' with Mental Illness—How to Be a Positive Support - 4word

"As you learn and progress on the journey, give yourself lots of grace. You may be tempted to beat yourself up for not knowing or doing something sooner. Seek God and trust that He is revealing what you need to know in His timing, for the next right step."

Don't even hesitate. Grab every bit of the grace He gives and rest in all the love He offers. And then, trust. Trust that God will walk with you every step of the journey. http://ow.ly/1XpH50zCI6U

4wordwomen.org Tammy McKinney openly shares about her journey as a caretaker for her son on his mental health journey, and why knowing the "next right step" is...

"There are no quick solutions to treating mental health struggles. There is no formula for which treatment plans will best support any particular person. It is research, advocacy, and trial and error with medications, behavioral therapies, specialists, medical factors and daily dynamics."

It can feel isolating. But the stats tell a different story: almost every family in America is touched in some way by mental illness. Click to hear how 4word: Austin's Tammy McKinney faced mental illness in her family and found faith to take the next right step. http://ow.ly/6gpk50zCHjx

So many questions. So few answers. Even though we can't see the finish line right now, we can decide how to weather this crisis. Here are 2 ways to break through and emerge better and stronger than before. http://ow.ly/diMp50zAY5e

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Knowing the 'Next Right Step' with Mental Illness—How to Be a Positive Support - 4word

Knowing the next right thing? It's tough. Especially when it comes to mental illness. Just ask 4word: Austin's Tammy McKinney. On the blog this week, Tammy opens up, sharing the deep impact mental illness has had on her family. Click to hear how she survived, thrived and discovered "the next right step." http://ow.ly/ku7g50zCFxC

4wordwomen.org Tammy McKinney openly shares about her journey as a caretaker for her son on his mental health journey, and why knowing the "next right step" is...

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