2:22 He committed no sin nor was deceit found in his mouth. Luke 15:4. Peter continues alluding to Isaiah 53 and quotes from Isaiah 53:6 that says: “All of us like sheep have gone astray. See Isaiah 1:11; Isaiah 53:6. Visit our library of inductive Bible studies for more in depth inductive studies on this and other books of the Bible you can use in your small group. Philo the Jew F12 observes, that. Home >> Bible Studies >> 1 Peter >> 1 Peter 2:13-25 These small group studies of 1 Peter contain outlines, cross-references, Bible study discussion questions, and applications. Through faith in Christ, we have been healed by His wounds. [⇑ See verse text ⇑] In verse 24, one of the most profound statements in all of Scripture, Peter described what the fully innocent Son of God accomplished with His suffering and death on the cross. God's elect are sheep before conversion; not that they have the agreeable properties of sheep, as to be meek, harmless, innocent, clean, and profitable, for they are the reverse of all this; nor can some things be said of them before conversion, as may be after, as that they hear Christ's voice, and follow him; nor are they so called, because unprejudiced against, and predisposed unto the Gospel, for the contrary is true of them; but they are so in electing grace, and were so considered in the Father's gift of them to Christ, and when made his care and charge, and hence they are called the sheep of his hand; and when Christ laid down his life, and rose again, which he did for the sheep, and as the great Shepherd of them; and when called by grace, for their being sheep, and Christ's own sheep by the Father's gift, and his own purpose, is the reason why he looks them up, calls them by name, and returns them: but then they are not yet of his fold; they are lost sheep, lost in Adam, and by his fall, and by their own actual transgressions; they are as sheep going astray from the shepherd, and from the flock, going out of the right way, and in their own ways; and are, like sheep, stupid and insensible of their danger; and as they never return of themselves, until they are sought for, and brought back: hence it follows. God's elect are sheep before conversion; not that they have the agreeable properties of sheep, as to be meek, harmless, innocent, … For you were continually straying like sheep, but now you have returned to the Shepherd and Guardian of your souls. What does 1 Peter 2:25 mean? Proud member What Does 1 Peter 2:25 Mean? 2 Peter 2:22-note It has happened to them according to the true proverb, "A dog returns to its own vomit," and, "A sow, after washing, returns to wallowing in the mire." Jesus the Shepherd and Overseer—1 Peter 2:25. Bishop of your souls. The apostle has still in view the prophecy of ( Isaiah 53:6 ) . 1 Peter 2:25(NASB) We'll send you an email with steps on how to reset your password. Inferences.— For ye were as sheep going astray This is a proof of their being healed, namely, their conversion; in which an application of the blood of Christ, and pardon, and so healing by it, was made to their souls. Please enter your email address associated with your Salem All-Pass account, then click Continue. 2:23 When he was maligned, he did not answer back; when he suffered, he threatened no retaliation, but committed himself to God who judges justly. 1 Peter 2:25 For you were continually straying like sheep, but now you have returned to the Shepherd and Guardian of your souls. but are now returned; not returned themselves, but were returned by powerful and efficacious grace: saints are passive, and not active in first conversion; they are turned, not by the power of their own free will, but by the power of God's free grace; they are returned under the illuminations and quickenings of the blessed Spirit, and through the efficacious drawings of the Father's love, unto Christ: unto the Shepherd and Bishop of your souls; by whom Christ is meant, who bears the office of a Shepherd, and fully performs it by feeding his sheep, providing a good fold and pasture for them; by gathering the lambs in his arms, and gently leading those that are with young; by healing their diseases, and preserving them from beasts of prey; hence he is called the good, the great, and chief Shepherd: and he is the "Bishop" or "Overseer" of the souls of his people, though not to the exclusion of their bodies: he has took the oversight of them willingly, and looks well to his flock, inspects into their cases, and often visits them, and never forsakes them; nor will he leave them till they receive the end of their faith, the salvation of their souls; which he has undertook and effected by his obedience, sufferings and death. 1 Peter 2:15. μεν, ποιμένα καὶ ἐπίσκοπον, But are now returned unto the Shepherd and Bishop of your souls, Ellicott's Commentary for English Readers.

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