In I Peter I have concluded that this passage is basically telling us that we should follow God’s word. We should do good to us and to others around us. And if something is to happen to one of us, take it. Do not fight back, but endure the pain. Because the Lord suffered for us and died on the cross therefore others should also suffer even if they have done nothing wrong. It is better to suffer for something we didn’t do then something that we did do because then the Lord will give thanks to us later.

II Peter also basically tells us the same thing, so my only question between the two Peters is if these are written by the same person?

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