Notes From The Cove

 

Living with Hope: Bought with a Price

Many believers in the ancient Roman world would have seen huge, ornate, temples to various gods. Their experience with these “gods” would typically be those who donate the most, or who bring the biggest sacrifice might be blessed with good fortune. Often the legal cases of the day were heard either at the city gate, or in front of one of the temples. It was very difficult to find impartial justice. Yet, The One who impartially judges according to each one’s work is described in verse 17. Peter tells us…