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Peter was given the chance, during a time of failure to reaffirm his faith and to confirm his love of Christ. Where is God’s grace reaching you?
Faith encounters the empty tomb. What did Peter believe? Where are you in your walk of faith?
Peter denied Jesus, just as Jesus had foretold. Why do you think Peter did so? What did it mean? What does it mean for us?
Peter was there when the sacrament was established. He heard Jesus foretell that all would desert him. On that night, Peter boasted too much, prayed too little, acted too soon, followed…
Jesus wanted to wash the disciple’s feet. Peter resisted this service by his Lord. Eventually, at Jesus’ insistence he allowed him to wash his feet. What can we learn from Jesus’…
After many disciples deserted Jesus, he asked the twelve if they wanted to go too. Peter answered him, “where else can we go?”
A few disciples, including Peter were privileged to see Christ in all His glory. How did the experience affect Peter?
When Jesus asked, “Who do people say that I am?” Peter replied with a great confession, showing what he had learned spirituality and also how far he had to go.
Peter was anxious to follow and imitate Jesus. He was willing to get out of the boat, but then he took his eyes off Jesus.
We can fish in the most improbable places, at the most inappropriate times and even among impossible people.
Jesus called Peter to be one of his first Disciples. He saw within him something that no one else saw. He saw a rock.
One of the great themes of the prophets is to warn everyone to worship the Lord God. Don’t settle for substitutes.
God is the judge who will ultimately set things right. This is cause for rejoicing as well as fear.