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To understand what are the spirits 3:18-20 book prison, we need to look at the Word of God and see how it uses this word plus to take into consideration other references of the Bible on the subject described in the above verses of I Peter.
For indeed the Word of God speaks not in just one but in four different places about what I Peter speaks about. One of the most misunderstood verses in the Bible is found in 1 Peter which says “For Christ also suffered once for sins, the just for the unjust, that He might bring us to God, being put to death in the flesh but made alive by the Spirit, by whom also He went and preached to the spirits in prison, who formerly were disobedient, when once the Divine longsuffering waited in the days.
According to 1 PeterJesus “made proclamation” to these spirits in prison. The Greek word translated “proclaimed” or “preached” means “to publicly declare” or “to herald.” If the spirits are demons, then Peter says that Jesus went to the Abyss and proclaimed His victory to the fallen angels imprisoned there.
If 1 Peter is not teaching that Jesus preached in hell, what is it saying. To whom did Jesus preach “in the spirit,” where, and why. Examining 1 Peter When trying to understand any seemingly difficult passage, the first thing we look to.
In the following passage I am having trouble understanding why the risen Christ would “preach to the spirits in prison” who appear to be the ones who died in the flood. If they were condemned souls, what purpose could Christ have to preach to them. 1 Peter For Christ also suffered for sins once, the righteous for the sake of the unrighteous, that he might lead you to God.
Because Christ also suffered for sins once, the righteous for the unrighteous, that he might bring us to God; being put to death in the flesh, but made alive in the spirit; in which also he went and preached unto the spirits in prison, that aforetime were disobedient, when the longsuffering of God waited in the days of Noah, while the ark was a preparing, wherein few, that is, eight souls.
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Preached To The Spirits In Prison (1 Peter ) ; being put to death in the flesh but made alive by the Spirit, 19 by whom also He went and preached to the spirits in prison, 20 who formerly were disobedient, when once the Divine longsuffering waited in the days of Noah, while the ark was being prepared, in which a few, that.
Please explain 1 Peter where it speaks of Jesus preaching to the spirits in prison. "For Christ also hath once suffered for sins, the just for the unjust, that he might bring us to God, being put to death in the flesh, but quickened by the Spirit: By which also He went and preached unto the spirits in prison; Which sometime were disobedient, when once the long-suffering of God waited.
One of the chief passages on this topic is 1 Peter –20, specifically verse “in which he [the resurrected Christ] went and proclaimed to the spirits in prison” In his commentary on 1 Peter, Peter David succinctly summarizes various interpretations of who these spirits are, then states his preference and why he holds it.
Here are some words that might be helpful to some, referring to 1 peter 28 And I wondered at the words of Peter—wherein he said that the Son of God preached unto the spirits in prison, who sometime were disobedient, when once the long-suffering of God waited in the days of Noah—and how it was possible for him to preach to those.
In 1 Petera most curious reference appears on the surface to be an affirmation that Jesus descended into the spirit realm and preached to deceased people. However, a close consideration of the grammar will clarify the passage. First, the preaching referred to.
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Christ Preached: To the Spirits in Prison Remarks. In our lesson today we are going to be discussing the theme: “Christ's Preaching: to spirits in prison.” This theme has encouraged many read more Scripture: 1 Peter2 PeterHebrews The Spirits in Prison (1 Peter ).
- 1 Peter – One of the harshest realities of life in a fallen world is that people oftentimes suffer even though they have done good things. This is especially true of the church, which has endured much persecution and derision even though it performs the good and holy task of announcing the.
Text in question: 1 Peter “ by whom also He went and preached to the spirits in prison.” Proof texts: 1 Peter –20 Many churches today routinely recite the Apostle’s Creed as part of their worship services. This is a standard recitation of fundamental beliefs supposedly carried down from the.
Go to Book Show Citation Preaching to the spirits in prison Ronald D. Dennis On the title page, three passages of scripture are quoted: 1 Peter –20, 1 Peterand 1 Corinthians – The seven pages of text are basically an interpretation of these verses according to Church doctrine.
Associated with preaching to the. #5: When Noah was building the ark, Christ ‘in Spirit’ was in Noah preaching repentance and righteousness through him to unbelievers who were on earth then but are now ‘spirits in prison.’ (1) The ‘in Spirit’ part would coincide with 1 Peterwhere Jesus is.
1 Peter By which also — That is, by which Spirit; he went and preached — Πορευθεις εκηρυξεν, having gone, he preached, namely, in and by Noah, who spake by the Spirit of Christ, (1 Peter ,) and of the Father, who said, (Genesis ,) referring to the men of. The spirits (πνεύματα) being preached to in 1 Peter are not the same beings you refer to in 2 Peter and Jude The latter are fallen angels (ἄγγελοι) - in other words, demons.
With regard to 1 PeterI take these words to mean that Christ, through the voice of Noah, went and preached to that generation, whose spirits are now “in prison,” that is, in hell.
In other words, Peter does not say that Christ preached to them while they were in prison. It would appear that the evidence provided from both of Peter's epistles (1 Pet. ; 2 Pet. ) would suggest that those spirits to whom Christ proclaimed his victorious message of the cross, would be the angels that sinned and not people.
It is a proclamation, not. Christ's Preaching to the Spirits in Hell (1Pet), Michael's Rebuke of Satan (2Pet). A discussion of 1st Peter to distinguish Christ's proclamation of victory there described from giving the gospel or preaching in our modern sense of the word; also Michael's Rebuke of Satan in 2nd Peter and Jude is explained in terms of Peter and Jude's refutation of.
1 Peter Author: Ekkehardt Mueller. Who are the spirits in prison. What does this difficult passage teach about Jesus. Julia Neuffer - Former Assistant Book Editor.
Junta Directiva de la Asociación General Concilio Anual. Kayle B. de Waal. Kenneth Gage. Kwabena Donkor. (Fred Zaspel, “Christ’s Message to the Spirits in Prison: An Analysis of 1 Peter ”) preached.
Between Christ’s death and resurrection, His living spirit went to the demon spirits bound in the abyss and proclaimed that, in spite of His death, He had triumphed over them (see notes on. 1 Peter 18 For Christ also suffered once for sins, the just for the unjust, that He might bring us to God, being put to death in the flesh but made alive by the Spirit, 19 by whom also He went and preached to the spirits in prison, 20 who formerly were disobedient, when once the Divine longsuffering waited in the days of Noah, while the.
What was the result of Christ’s preaching. The Main Points of 1 Peter While certain things are unclear, I believe many of these things start to clear up when we broaden our horizon in 1 Peter and use common sense. Here’s what we know about 1 Peter and its reference to Noah.
Christ preached to spirits in prison. Why did Christ preach to spirits in prison. The Total Victory of Christ. Book of Revelation Jesus preached unto 'the spirits in prison' Explained. (1 Peter ) - Duration. A basic summary of the view is that in spirit, Jesus Christ was in Moses, preaching to the sinful people of Moses’ day who are now imprisoned in hades.
The Interpretation of 1 Peter A. Before examining the more difficult portion of this passage Peter establishes some groundwork. He went and preached to the spirits in prison"—I Peter According to Scripture, human history covers a period of about six thousand years.
The first epoch of mankind lasted less than two thousand years, punctuated at its end by the worst global disaster humanity has ever seen, the Noachian at more than two thousand years of history ensued before the coming of the.
They were still under this judgement when Peter wrote this book. Rephrased – verses 19 & Christ preached; he preached in spirit to spirits now in prison: these spirits in prison had been wicked persons who lived while the ark was being prepared.
The preaching which Christ did was by His Spirit through Noah. (20) Which sometime were disobedientThe absence of the definite article here in the Greek (contrary to St. Peter's usage in participial sentences--e.g., 1Peter ; 1Peter ; 1Peter ; 1Peter ) makes it possible to think that the spirits mentioned in this verse are not co-extensive with those in is, literally, to men who once upon a time were disobedient.
How did Jesus go and "made proclamation to the spirits now in prison". Examine 1 Peter and 2 Peter 1 Peter indicates that the "Spirit of Christ" spoke through the Old Testament prophets. 2 Peter indicates that Noah was "a preacher of righteousness". Jesus appears to have "made proclamation to the spirits now in prison" in Spirit through Noah, "a preacher of.
THE apostle Peter wrote about the resurrected Jesus Christ’s preaching to the “spirits in prison.” (1 Pet. ) Were these “spirits” persons who had died. Or, were they spirit persons that had been put under some restraint.
To establish the identity of the “spirits in prison,” we must first consider the setting in which reference. Caller: In 1 Peter it says ‘By which also he went and preached to the spirits in prison’.
I know it’s not talking about him going to heaven or hell and preaching, but I’m just wondering what it’s actually talking about because I haven’t heard a lot about it.
"THE FIRST EPISTLE OF PETER" Peter's Perplexing Passage () INTRODUCTION 1. In 2PePeter mentions that Paul wrote some things that were hard to understand 2. The same could be said about some of Peter's own writings, especially the passage in 1Pe 3.
Considered by some to be one of the most difficult passages in the Bible. What does 1 Peter –20 mean when it says that Jesus went and preached to the spirits in prison.
1 Peter –20 (NKJV) Christ’s Suffering and Ours 18 For Christ also suffered once for sins, the just for the unjust, that He might bring us to God, being. Let's open our Bibles now and we have a little time to share in the Word of God and what a rich, rich time it will be for us tonight, 1 Peter chapter 3.
We're looking at the triumph of Christ's suff. 1 Peter (NET Bible) - Because Christ also suffered once for sins, the just for the unjust, to bring you to God, by being put to death in the flesh but by being made alive in the spirit. 19 In it he went and preached to the spirits in prison.
Dear Jennifer, This concept of the Savior preaching to the spirits in prison can be a little confusing. We read in 1 Peter — For Christ also hath once suffered for sins, the just for the unjust, that he might bring us to God, being put to death in the flesh, but quickened by the Spirit.
1 Peter is not referring to angels. It is the spirits of living men at the time just before the flood. For these 'spirits' were already in a spiritual prison of their own making (the prison of wickedness); yet the angels have not yet been judged, and therefore cannot be put in prison.Verse-by-Verse Bible Commentary 1 Peter 1-Peter The language is plain enough except that it does not make it clear whether Jesus did the preaching to spirits in prison at the time or to people whose spirits are now in prison, the point of doubt already discussed.
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