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1 Peter 1:2            What be yours in abundance?  Grace and peace

1 Peter 1:2            In what be grace and peace yours?  (In) Abundance

1 Peter 1:3            To whom be praise?  (To the) God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ

1 Peter 1:3            In what has he given us new birth?  (In) His great mercy

1 Peter 1:3            What has he given (us)?  New birth

1 Peter 1:3            Into what has he given us new birth?  (Into a) Living hope

1 Peter 1:3            Through what has he given us new birth (into a living hope)?  (Through the) Resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead

1 Peter 1:4            What can never perish, spoil or fade (kept in heaven for you)?  (An) Inheritance

1 Peter 1:5            What is ready to be revealed in the last time?  (The coming of the) Salvation

1 Peter 1:5            What is the salvation ready to be in the last time?  Revealed

1 Peter 1:5            What is the salvation in the last time (to be revealed)?  Ready

1 Peter 1:5            In what is the salvation ready to be revealed (OR When is the salvation ready to be revealed)?  (In the) Last time

1 Peter 1:6            How do you rejoice?  Greatly

1 Peter 1:6            Though what do you rejoice (greatly)?  (Though) Now for a little while you may have had to suffer grief in all kinds of trials

1 Peter 1:6            When may you have had to suffer?  Now for a little while

1 Peter 1:6            What may you have had to suffer in all kinds of trials?  Grief

1 Peter 1:6            In what may you have had to suffer grief?  (In) All kinds of trials

1 Peter 1:7            Why have these come?  So that your faith—of greater worth than gold, which perishes even though refined by fire—may be proved genuine and may result in praise, glory and honor when Jesus Christ is revealed

1 Peter 1:7            What may be proved genuine and result in praise, glory and honor?  Your faith

1 Peter 1:7            What perishes even though refined by fire?  Gold

1 Peter 1:7            Though what does gold perish?  (Even though) Refined by fire

1 Peter 1:7            In what may your faith result?  (In) Praise, glory and honor

1 Peter 1:7            When may your faith be proved genuine and result in praise, glory and honor?  When Jesus Christ is revealed

1 Peter 1:8            Though what do you love him?  (Though) You have not seen him

1 Peter 1:8            Though what, do you believe in him and are filled with an inexpressible and glorious joy?  (Even though) You do not see him now

1 Peter 1:8            With what are you filled?  (With an) Inexpressible and glorious joy

1 Peter 1:8            When do you not see him?  Now

1 Peter 1:9            What are you receiving?  (The) goal of your faith, the salvation of your souls

1 Peter 1:10          Concerning what did the prophets search intently and with the greatest care?  (Concerning) This salvation

1 Peter 1:10          Who spoke of the grace that was to come to you (OR Who searched intently and with the greatest care)?  (The) prophets

1 Peter 1:10          Of what did the prophets speak?  (Of the) Grace that was to come to you

1 Peter 1:10          How did the prophets search?  Intently and with greatest care

1 Peter 1:11           Who was pointing (in them, predicted)?  (He, the) Spirit of Christ

1 Peter 1:11           What did he predict?  (The) Sufferings of Christ and (the) glories that would follow

1 Peter 1:11           What would follow?  (The) glories

1 Peter 1:12          What was it (to them)?  Revealed

1 Peter 1:12          What was revealed (to them that)?  They were not serving themselves but you

1 Peter 1:12          When were they not serving themselves but you?  When they spoke of the things that have (now) been told (you)

1 Peter 1:12          Of what did they speak?  (The) Things that have (now) been told (you)

1 Peter 1:12          What have those preached to you?  (The) Gospel

1 Peter 1:12          By whom have those preached the gospel to you?  (By the) Holy Spirit

1 Peter 1:12          Who long to look into these things?  (Even) Angels

1 Peter 1:12          Into what do angels long to look (even)?  (Into) These things

1 Peter 1:13          Prepare what for action?  (Prepare) Your minds

1 Peter 1:13          For what prepare your minds?  (For) Action

1 Peter 1:13          Be what?  (Be) Self-controlled

1 Peter 1:13          Set what on the grace to be given (you, fully)?  (Set) Your hope

1 Peter 1:13          On what set your hope (fully)?  (On the) Grace to be given you

1 Peter 1:14          As whom do not conform to the evil desires you had?  (As) Obedient children

1 Peter 1:14          To what do not conform?  (The) evil desires you had

1 Peter 1:14          When did you have evil desires (the evil desires)?  When you lived in ignorance

1 Peter 1:14          In what did you live?  (In) Ignorance

1 Peter 1:15          How be holy in all you do?  Just as he who called you is holy

1 Peter 1:15          Who is holy?  He who called you

1 Peter 1:15          What is he who called you (OR Be what in all you do)?  Holy

1 Peter 1:15          In what be holy?  (In) All you do

1 Peter 1:16          What is it?  Written

1 Peter 1:16          What is written?  (It:) “Be holy, because I am holy”

1 Peter 1:16          Why be holy?  Because I am holy

1 Peter 1:16          Be what (OR What am I)?  (Be) Holy

1 Peter 1:17          Since what live your lives as strangers here in reverent fear?  (Since) You call on a Father who judges each man's work impartially

1 Peter 1:17          On whom do you call?  (On a) Father who judges each man's work impartially

1 Peter 1:17          Who judges each man's work impartially?  (You call on a) Father

1 Peter 1:17          What does a Father judge (impartially)?  Each man's work

1 Peter 1:17          How does a Father judge each man's work?  Impartially

1 Peter 1:17          Live what as strangers here?  (Live) Your lives

1 Peter 1:17          As what live your lives here (OR How life your lives here)?  (As) Strangers

1 Peter 1:17          Where live your lives as strangers?  Here

1 Peter 1:17          In what live your lives as strangers here?  (In) Reverent fear

1 Peter 1:18          What do you know (that)?  It was not with perishable things such as silver or gold that you were redeemed from the empty way of life

1 Peter 1:18          With what were you not redeemed?  (It was not with) Perishable things such as silver or gold

1 Peter 1:18          What were you (from the empty way of life)?  Redeemed

1 Peter 1:18          From what were you redeemed?  (The) Empty way of life handed down to you from your forefathers

 

 

 

 

 

 

1 Peter 1:20          In what was he revealed (OR When was he revealed)?  (In) These last times

1 Peter 1:20          Why was he revealed (in these last times)?  For your sake

1 Peter 1:20          What was he?  Chosen OR Revealed

1 Peter 1:20          Before what was he chosen (OR When was he chosen)?  (Before the) Creation of the world

1 Peter 1:21          In whom do you believe (OR In whom are your faith and hope)?  (In) God

1 Peter 1:21          Who raised him from the dead and glorified him?  God

1 Peter 1:21          From what did God raise him?  (From the) Dead

1 Peter 1:21          What are in God?  Your faith and hope

1 Peter 1:22          By what have you purified yourselves?  (By) Obeying the truth

1 Peter 1:22          When love one another deeply?  Now that you have purified yourselves (by obeying the truth)

1 Peter 1:22          Why do you have sincere love for your brothers?  (Now that) You have purified yourselves (by obeying the truth )

1 Peter 1:22          What do you have for your brothers?  Sincere love

1 Peter 1:22          For whom do you have sincere love?  (For) Your brothers

1 Peter 1:22          Love whom (deeply)?  (Love) One another

1 Peter 1:22          How love one another?  Deeply

1 Peter 1:22          From what love (one another deeply)?  (The) heart

1 Peter 1:23          What have you been (again)?  Born

1 Peter 1:23          When have you been born?  Again

1 Peter 1:23          Of what have you been born again?  Not (of) perishable seed OR (Of) Imperishable (seed)

1 Peter 1:23          Through what have you been born again (not of perishable seed, but of imperishable)?  (Through the) living and enduring word of God

1 Peter 1:24          Who are like grass?  All men

1 Peter 1:24          Like what are all men (OR What withers)?  (Like) Grass

1 Peter 1:24          What is like the flowers of the field?  All their glory

1 Peter 1:24          Like what is all their glory (OR What fall)?  (Like the) Flowers (of the field)

1 Peter 1:25          What stands forever (OR What was preached to you)?  (The) Word (of the Lord)

1 Peter 1:25          When does the word of the Lord stand?  Forever

1 Peter 1:25          What was the word (of the Lord, to you)?  Preached


1 Peter 2:1            Of what rid yourselves?  (Of) All malice and (all) deceit, hypocrisy, envy and slander (of every kind)

1 Peter 2:2           Like whom, crave pure spiritual milk?  (Like) Newborn babies

1 Peter 2:2           Crave what (by it you may grow up in your salvation)?  (Crave it,) Pure spiritual milk

1 Peter 2:2           Why crave pure spiritual milk?  So that by it you may grow up in your salvation

1 Peter 2:2           In what may you grow up?  (In) Your salvation

1 Peter 2:3           What have you tasted (that)?  (The) Lord is good

1 Peter 2:3           Who is good?  (The) Lord

1 Peter 2:3           What is the Lord?  Good

1 Peter 2:4           To whom do you come?  (To) Him, the living Stone

1 Peter 2:5           Like what are you also being built (into a spiritual house)?  (Like) Living stones

1 Peter 2:5           Into what are you being built?  (Into a) Spiritual house

1 Peter 2:5           Why are you being built into a spiritual house?  To be a holy priesthood

1 Peter 2:5           Offering what are you being built in a spiritual house (to be a holy priesthood)?  (Offering) Spiritual sacrifices (acceptable to God through Jesus Christ)

1 Peter 2:6           In what does it say?  (In) Scriptures

1 Peter 2:6           What does it say (Scripture say)?  “See, I lay a stone in Zion, a chosen and precious cornerstone and the one who trusts in him will never be put to shame.”

1 Peter 2:6           See what?  (See) I lay a stone in Zion

1 Peter 2:6           What do I lay in Zion (OR Whom do I lay in Zion?  (Him, a) Stone OR (Him, a) Chosen and precious cornerstone

1 Peter 2:6           In where do I lay a stone?  (In) Zion

1 Peter 2:6           Who will never be put to shame?  (The) One who trusts in him (a stone, a chosen and precious cornerstone)

1 Peter 2:6           To what will the one who trusts in him never be put?  (To) Shame

1 Peter 2:7           What is precious to you who believe (OR What did the builders reject OR What has become the capstone)?  (This, the) Stone

1 Peter 2:7           What is this stone (the stone)?  Precious (to you) OR Rejected OR (The) Capstone

1 Peter 2:7           To whom is this stone precious?  (To) You who believe

1 Peter 2:7           To whom has the stone the builders rejected become the capstone?  (To) Those who do not believe

1 Peter 2:7           Who rejected the stone?  (The) Builders

1 Peter 2:8           What causes men to stumble?  (A) Stone

1 Peter 2:8           Whom does a stone cause to stumble (a rock make fall)?  (Them) Men

1 Peter 2:8           What makes them fall (men fall)?  (A) Rock

1 Peter 2:8           Why do they stumble (fall)?  Because they disobey the message

1 Peter 2:8           What do they disobey?  (The) message

1 Peter 2:9           Who are you?  (A) Chosen people, (a) royal priesthood, (a) holy nation, (a) people belonging to God

1 Peter 2:9           Why are you a chosen people, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a people belonging to God?  That you may declare the praises of him who called you out of darkness into his wonderful light

1 Peter 2:9           Of whom may you declare the praises?  (Of) Him who called you

1 Peter 2:9           What may you declare (of him who called you)?  (The) Praises

1 Peter 2:10          Who were you not (OR What are you)?  (Once you were not a, the) People (of God)

1 Peter 2:10          When were you not a people (OR When had you not received mercy)?  Once

1 Peter 2:10          When are you the people of God (OR When have you received mercy)?  Now

1 Peter 2:10          What had you not received (OR What have you received)?  Mercy

1 Peter 2:11          Whom do I urge?  (You) Dear friends

1 Peter 2:11          As whom do I urge you (dear friends)?  (As) Aliens and strangers in the world

1 Peter 2:11          From what do I urge you to abstain (OR What war against your soul)?  (From) Sinful desires

1 Peter 2:11          Against what do sinful desires war?  (Against) Your soul

1 Peter 2:12          Live what (among the pagans)?  (Live such) Good lives

1 Peter 2:12          Among whom live good lives (such good lives)?  (Among the) pagans

1 Peter 2:12          Why live such good lives among the pagans?  That, though they accuse you of doing wrong, they may see your good deeds and glorify God on the day he visits us

1 Peter 2:12          What do they accuse you of doing?  Wrong

1 Peter 2:12          Though what may they see your good deeds and glorify God on the day he visits us?  (Though) They accuse you of doing wrong

1 Peter 2:12          What may they see?  Your good deeds

1 Peter 2:12          Whom may they glorify (visits us)?  (He) God

1 Peter 2:12          On when may they glorify God?  (On the) day he (God) visits us

1 Peter 2:13          To whom submit yourselves?  (To) Every authority instituted among men OR (To the) King OR (The) Supreme authority

1 Peter 2:13          As what submit yourselves to the king (whether)?  (As the) Supreme authority

1 Peter 2:13          Why submit yourselves?  For the Lord's sake

1 Peter 2:14          Who are sent by him?  Governors

1 Peter 2:14          Why are governors sent?  To punish those who do wrong and to commend those who do right

1 Peter 2:14          To punish whom are governors sent?  (To punish) Those who do wrong

1 Peter 2:14          To commend whom are governors sent?  (To commend) Those who do right

1 Peter 2:14          What do those do?  Right OR Wrong

1 Peter 2:15          What is it?  God’s will

1 Peter 2:15          What is God’s will?  (It, that) By doing good you should silence the ignorant talk of foolish men

1 Peter 2:15          By what should you silence the ignorant talk of foolish men (OR How should you silence the ignorant talk of foolish men)?  (By) Doing good

1 Peter 2:15          What should you silence?  (The) Ignorant talk

1 Peter 2:16          As whom live (OR How live)?  (As) Free men  OR  (as) Servants of God

1 Peter 2:16          Do not what?  (Do not) Use your freedom as a cover up for evil

1 Peter 2:16          What do not use as a cover up for evil?  Your freedom

1 Peter 2:16          As what do not use your freedom?  (As a) Cover up for evil

1 Peter 2:17          Show what (to everyone)?  (Show) Proper respect

1 Peter 2:17          To whom show proper respect?  Everyone

1 Peter 2:17          Love whom?  (Love the) Brotherhood of believers

1 Peter 2:17          Fear whom?  (Fear) God

1 Peter 2:17          Honor whom?  (Honor the) King

1 Peter 2:18          Who submit yourselves (to your masters)?  Slaves

1 Peter 2:18          With what slaves submit yourselves to your masters?  (With) All respect

1 Peter 2:18          To whom slaves submit yourselves with all respect?  (To) Your masters OR Not only (to) those who are good and considerate but (also to) those who are harsh

1 Peter 2:18          What are those?  Good and considerate OR Harsh

1 Peter 2:19          What is it if a man bears up under the pain of unjust suffering because he is conscious of God?  Commendable

1 Peter 2:19          If what is it commendable?  If a man bears up under the pain of unjust suffering because he is conscious of God

1 Peter 2:20         If what is this commendable (before God)?  (If) You suffer for doing good and (you) endure it

1 Peter 2:20         Before whom is this commendable if you suffer for doing good and you endure it?  (Before) God

1 Peter 2:20         What is this if you suffer for doing good and you endure it?  Commendable

1 Peter 2:21          Why were you called to this?  Because Christ suffered for you leaving you an example that you should follow in his steps

1 Peter 2:21          Who suffered for you?  Christ

1 Peter 2:21    In what should you follow (Christ)?  (In) His steps

1 Peter 2:22         What did he commit?  No sin

1 Peter 2:22         What was found in his mouth?  No deceit

1 Peter 2:22         In what was no deceit found?  (In) His mouth

1 Peter 2:23         When did he not retaliate?  When they hurled their insults at him

1 Peter 2:23         What did they hurl (at him)?  Their insults

1 Peter 2:23         When did he make no threats?  When he suffered

1 Peter 2:23         What did he make when he suffered?  No threats

1 Peter 2:23         To whom did he entrust himself?  Him who judges justly

1 Peter 2:24         Who bore our sins (in his body, on the tree)?  He himself

1 Peter 2:24         What did he himself bear?  Our sins

1 Peter 2:24         In what did he himself bear our sins?  (In) His body

1 Peter 2:24         On what did he himself bear our sins?  (On the) Tree

1 Peter 2:24         Why did he himself bear our sins (in his body on the tree)?  So that we might die to sins and live for righteousness

1 Peter 2:24         To what might we die?  (To) Sins

1 Peter 2:24         For what might we live?  (For) Righteousness

1 Peter 2:24         By what have you been healed?  (By) His wounds

1 Peter 2:24         What have you been (by his wounds)?  Healed

1 Peter 2:25         Like what were you?  (Like) Sheep going astray

1 Peter 2:25         To whom have you now returned?  (To the) Shepherd and Overseer of your souls

1 Peter 2:25         When have you returned?  Now

 


1 Peter 3:1            Who be submissive to your husbands?  Wives

1 Peter 3:1            To whom be submissive (wives)?  (To) Your husbands

1 Peter 3:1            What may they be if any of them do not believe the word (your husbands be if any of them do not believe the word)?  Won over

1 Peter 3:1            Without what may they be won over if any of them do not believe the word?  (Without) Words

1 Peter 3:1            By what may they be won over if any of them do not believe?  (By the) Behavior of their wives

1 Peter 3:2           What do they see?  (The) purity and reverence of your lives

1 Peter 3:3           From what should your beauty not come?  (From) Outward adornment OR Braided hair and the wearing of gold jewelry and fine clothes

1 Peter 3:3           What should not come from outward adornment?  Your beauty

1 Peter 3:4           Of what should it be?  (That of) Your inner self OR (The) unfading beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit

1 Peter 3:4           What is of great worth in God's sight?  (The unfading beauty of) A gentle and quiet spirit

1 Peter 3:4           In what is a gentle and quiet spirit of great worth?  (In) God's sight

1 Peter 3:5 What is this?  (The) way the holy women of the past who put their hope in God used to make themselves beautiful

1 Peter 3:5 Who put their hope in God?  (The) holy women of the past

1 Peter 3:5 What did the holy women of the past put in God?  Their hope

1 Peter 3:5 In whom did the holy women of the past put their hope?  God

1 Peter 3:5 Who used to make themselves beautiful?  (The) holy women of the past who put their hope in God

1 Peter 3:5 What were they?  Submissive (to their own husbands)

1 Peter 3:5 To whom were they submissive?  Their own husbands

1 Peter 3:6 Who obeyed Abraham?  Sarah

1 Peter 3:6 Whom did Sarah obey (and call her master)?  Abraham or Him

1 Peter 3:6 What did Sarah call him?  Her master

1 Peter 3:6 Who called him her master?  Sarah

1 Peter 3:6 What are you if you do what is right and do not give way to fear?  Her (Sarah) daughters

1 Peter 3:6 If what are you her daughters?  If you do what is right and do not give way to fear

1 Peter 3:7 Who be considerate as you live with your wives?  Husbands

1 Peter 3:7 Be what?  Considerate as you live with your wives

1 Peter 3:7 With whom do you live?  Your wives

1 Peter 3:7 With what treat them?  Respect (as the weaker partner and as heirs)

1 Peter 3:7 As what treat them with respect?  (The) weaker partner and as heirs with you of the gracious gift of life

1 Peter 3:7 Why be considerate as you live with your wives, (and treat them with respect as the weaker partner and as heirs with you or the gracious gift of life)?  So that nothing will hinder your prayers

1 Peter 3:7 What will nothing hinder?  Your prayers

1 Peter 3:8 In what live?  Harmony with one another

1 Peter 3:8 With whom live in harmony?  One another

1 Peter 3:8 Be what?  Sympathetic, compassionate and humble

1 Peter 3:8 Love how?  As brothers

I Peter 3:8 Who live in harmony with one another; be sympathetic, love as brothers, be compassionate and humble?  (Finally) All of you

1 Peter 3:9 Do not what?  Repay evil with evil or insult with insult

1 Peter 3:9 Why not repay evil with evil or insult with insult, but with blessing?  Because to this you were called so that you may inherit a blessing

1 Peter 3:9 Why were you called to this?  So that you may inherit a blessing

1 Peter 3:9 What may you inherit?  (A) blessing

1 Peter 3:10 Who must keep his tongue from evil and his lips from deceitful speech?  Whoever would love life and see good days

1 Peter 3:10 What must whoever would love life and see good days do?  Keep his tongue from evil and his lips from deceitful speech

1 Peter 3:11 From what must he turn?  Evil

1 Peter 3:11 What must he do?  Good

1 Peter 3:11 What must he seek (and pursue)?  Peace

1 Peter 3:12 What are on the righteous?  (The) eyes of the Lord

1 Peter 3:12 On whom are eyes of the Lord?  (The) righteous

1 Peter 3:12 What are attentive to their prayer?  His ears

1 Peter 3:12 To what are his ears attentive?  Their prayer

1 Peter 3:12 What is against those who do evil?  (The) face of the Lord

1 Peter 3:12 Against whom is the face of the Lord?  Those who do evil

1 Peter 3:14 If what are you blessed?  (Even) if you should suffer for what is right

1 Peter 3:14 What are you?  Blessed

1 Peter 3:14 What do not be?  Frightened

1 Peter 3:14 What do not fear?  What they fear

1 Peter 3:15 In what, set apart Christ as Lord?  Your hearts

1 Peter 3:15 Set apart whom (in your hearts)?  Christ as Lord

1 Peter 3:15 Always be what?  Prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have

1 Peter 3:15 To whom always be prepared to give an answer?  Everyone who asks you

1 Peter 3:15 What do you have?  (The) hope

1 Peter 3:15 With what do this?  Gentleness and respect

1 Peter 3:16 Why keep a clear conscience?  So that those who speak maliciously against your good behavior in Christ may be ashamed of their slander

1 Peter 3:16 Who may be ashamed of their slander?  Those who speak maliciously against your good behavior in Christ

1 Peter 3:16 How do those speak against your good behavior in Christ?  Maliciously

1 Peter 3:16 Against what do those speak maliciously?  Your good behavior in Christ

1 Peter 3:16 Of what may those who speak maliciously against your good behavior in Christ be ashamed?  Their slander

1 Peter 3:17 If what is it better to suffer for doing good than for doing evil?  It is God's will

1 Peter 3:17 What is better?  It OR To suffer for doing good than for doing evil

1 Peter 3:18 Who died for sins once for all?  Christ

1 Peter 3:18 For what did Christ die?  Sins (once for all)

1 Peter 3:18 How did Christ die for sins?  Once for all, the righteous for the unrighteous

1 Peter 3:18 Why did Christ die for sins (once for all)?  To bring you to God

1 Peter 3:18 In what was he put to death?  (The) body

1 Peter 3:18 What was he?  Put to death in the body, but made alive by the Spirit

1 Peter 3:18 By whom was he made alive?  (The) Spirit

1 Peter 3:19 To whom did he go and preach?  (The) spirits in prison

1 Peter 3:19 Where did he go and preach?  In prison

1 Peter 3:20 Who waited patiently in the days of Noah (while the ark was being built)?  God

1 Peter 3:20 How did God wait?  Patiently

1 Peter 3:20 When did God wait patiently?  In the days of Noah (while the ark was being built)

1 Peter 3:20 What was being built?  (The) ark

1 Peter 3:20 Who were saved through water?  Only a few people, eight in all

1 Peter 3:20 Through what were only a few people, eight in all saved?  Water

1 Peter 3:21 What symbolizes baptism (that now saves you also)?  (This) water

1 Peter 3:21 What does this water symbolize?  Baptism

1 Peter 3:21 What does this water not symbolize?  (The) removal of dirt from the body

1 Peter 3:21 Of what is the pledge toward God?  (A) good conscience

1 Peter 3:21 Toward whom is the pledge of a good conscience?  God

1 Peter 3:21 By what does it save you?  (The) resurrection of Jesus Christ

 

1 Peter 4:1 Who suffered in his body?  Christ

1 Peter 4:1 In what did Christ suffer?  His body

1 Peter 4:1 Since what, arm yourselves also with the same attitude?  Christ suffered in his body

1 Peter 4:1 With what, arm yourselves?  (Also) The same attitude

1 Peter 4:1 Why arm yourselves also with the same attitude?  Since Christ suffered in his body  OR  Because he who has suffered in his body is done with sin

1 Peter 4:1 Who is done with sin?  He who has suffered in his body

1 Peter 4:1 With what is he who has suffered in his body done?  Sin

1 Peter 4:2 For what does he not live the rest of his earthly life?  Evil human desires

1 Peter 4:2 For what does he live the rest of his earthly life?  (The) will of God

1 Peter 4:3 What have you spent, doing what pagans choose to do?  Enough time in the past

1 Peter 4:3 When have you spent enough time doing what pagans choose to do?  In the past

1 Peter 4:3 In what do pagans choose to live?  Debauchery, lust, drunkenness, orgies carousing and detestable idolatry

1 Peter 4:4 What do they think it?  Strange that you do not plunge with them into the same flood of dissipation

1 Peter 4:4 Into what do you not plunge with them?  (The) same flood of dissipation

1 Peter 4:4 What do they heap on you?  Abuse

1 Peter 4:5 What will they have to give?  Account to him

1 Peter 4:5 To whom will they have to give account?  Him who is ready to judge the living and the dead

1 Peter 4:6 What is this?  (The) reason the gospel was preached even to those who are now dead

1 Peter 4:6 What was preached even to those who are now dead?  (The) gospel

1 Peter 4:6 To whom was the gospel even preached?  Those who are now dead

1 Peter 4:6 Why was the gospel preached even to those who are now dead?  So that they might be judged according to men in regard to the body, but live according to God in regard to the spirit

1 Peter 4:6 According to whom might they be judged in regard to the body?  Men

1 Peter 4:6 According to whom might they live in regard to the spirit?  God

1 Peter 4:6 In regard to whom might they live according to God?  (The) spirit

1 Peter 4:7 What is near?  (The) end of all things

1 Peter 4:7 Be what?  Clear minded and self controlled

1 Peter 4:7 Why be clear minded and self controlled?  So that you can pray

1 Peter 4:8 Love whom?  Each other (deeply)

1 Peter 4:8 Love each other how?  Deeply

1 Peter 4:8 Why love each other deeply?  Because love covers over a multitude of sins

1 Peter 4:8 What covers over a multitude of sins?  Love

1 Peter 4:8 Over what does love cover?  (A) multitude of sins

1 Peter 4:9 Offer what to one another (without grumbling)?  Hospitality

1 Peter 4:9 To whom offer hospitality (without grumbling)?  One another

1 Peter 4:9 Without what offer hospitality to one another?  Grumbling

1 Peter 4:10 Who should use whatever gift he has received (to serve others)?  Each one

1 Peter 4:10 What should each one use to serve others?  Whatever gift he has received

1 Peter 4:10 How should each one use whatever gift he has received?  To serve others, faithfully administering God's grace in its various forms

1 Peter 4:11 If what, should he do it as one speaking the very words of God?  Anyone speaks

1 Peter 4:11 If what should he do it with the strength God provides?  Anyone serves

1 Peter 4:11 Why should he do it with the strength God provides?  So that in all things God may be praised through Jesus Christ

1 Peter 4:11 In what may God be praised through Jesus Christ?  All things

1 Peter 4:11 Who may be praised through Jesus Christ?  God

1 Peter 4:11 What may God be through Jesus Christ?  Praised

1 Peter 4:11 Through whom may God be praised?  Jesus Christ

1 Peter 4:11 To whom be the glory and the power for ever and ever?  Him OR Jesus Christ

1 Peter 4:11 What be to Him for ever and ever?  (The) glory and the power

1 Peter 4:11 With what should he do it, (if anyone serves)?  (The) strength God provides

1 Peter 4:11 As what should he do it, (if anyone speaks)?  As one speaking the very words of God

1 Peter 4:12 Do not be what?  Surprised at the painful trial you are suffering

1 Peter 4:12 At what do not be surprised?  (The) painful trial you are suffering

1 Peter 4:12 As though what, do not be surprised at the painful trial you are suffering?  Something strange were happening to you

1 Peter 4:12 Who do not be surprised at the painful trial you are suffering?  Dear friends

1 Peter 4:13 Why rejoice that you participate in the sufferings of Christ?  So that you may be overjoyed when his glory is revealed

1 Peter 4:13 In what do you participate?  (The) sufferings of Christ

1 Peter 4:13 What may you be when his glory is revealed?  Overjoyed

1 Peter 4:13 When may you be overjoyed?  When his glory is revealed

1 Peter 4:14 If what are you blessed?  If you are insulted because of the name of Christ

1 Peter 4:14 What are you (if you are insulted because of the name of Christ)?  Blessed

1 Peter 4:14 Why are you blessed (if you are insulted because of the name of Christ)?  For the Spirit of glory and of God rests on you

1 Peter 4:14 What rests on you?  (The) Spirit of glory and of God

1 Peter 4:15 As what should it not be, if you suffer?  As a murderer or thief or any other kind of criminal or even as a meddler

1 Peter 4:15 If what, should it not be as a murderer or thief or any other kind of criminal, or even as a meddler?  You suffer

1 Peter 4:16 If what, do not be ashamed?  If you suffer as a Christian

1 Peter 4:16 Do not be what, if you suffer as a Christian?  Ashamed

1 Peter 4:16 Praise whom that you bear that name?  God

1 Peter 4:16 Why praise God?  That you bear that name

1 Peter 4:16 What do you bear?  That name

1 Peter 4:17 For what is it time?  Judgment to begin with the family of God

1 Peter 4:17 With whom is it time for judgment to begin?  (The) family of God

1 Peter 4:19 Who should commit themselves to their faithful Creator (and continue to do good)?  Those who suffer according to God's will

1 Peter 4:19 To whom should those who suffer according to God's will commit themselves?  Their faithful Creator

1 Peter 4:19 According to what do those suffer?  God's will

1 Peter 4:19 What should those (who suffer according to God’s will) continue to do?  Good

1 Peter 5:1 As whom do I appeal to the elders among you?  (A) fellow elder, a witness of Christ’s sufferings and one who also will share in the glory to be revealed

1 Peter 5:1 To whom do I appeal as a fellow elder, a witness of Christ’s sufferings and one who also will share in the glory to be revealed?  (The) elders among you

1 Peter 5:2 Be what?  Shepherds of God's flock that is under your care (serving as overseers)

1 Peter 5:2 What is under your care (serving as overseers)?  God's flock

1 Peter 5:2 Why be shepherds of God's flock (that is under your care, serving as over seers)?  Because you are willing, as God wants you to be

1 Peter 5:2 Who wants you to be willing?  God

1 Peter 5:2 What are you?  Willing, as God wants you to be; not greedy for money, but eager to serve

1 Peter 5:3 To what be examples?  (The) flock

1 Peter 5:3 Whom do not lord it over?  Those entrusted to you

1 Peter 5:4 Who appears?  (The) Chief Shepherd

1 Peter 5:4 When will you receive the crown of glory that will never fade away?  When the Chief Shepherd appears

1 Peter 5:4 What will you receive?  (The) crown of glory (that will never fade away)

1 Peter 5:4 What will never fade away?  (The) crown of glory

1 Peter 5:5 Who be submissive to those who are older?  Young men

1 Peter 5:5 How be submissive?  In the same way

1 Peter 5:5 To whom be submissive (in the same way)?  Those who are older

1 Peter 5:5 Be what?  Submissive (in the same way) to those who are older

1 Peter 5:5 Who clothe yourselves with humility toward one another?  All of you

1 Peter 5:5 With what clothe yourselves?  Humility (toward one another)

1 Peter 5:5 Toward whom, clothe yourselves with humility?  One another

1 Peter 5:5 Why clothe yourselves with humility toward one another?  Because God opposes the proud but gives grace to the humble

1 Peter 5:5 Who opposes the proud?  God

1 Peter 5:5 Whom does God oppose?  (The) proud

1 Peter 5:5 What does God give to the humble?  Grace

1 Peter 5:5 To whom does God give grace?  (The) humble

1 Peter 5:6 Under what humble yourselves?  God's mighty hand

1 Peter 5:6 Humble whom under God's mighty hand?  Yourselves

1 Peter 5:6 Why humble yourselves under God's mighty hand?  That he may lift you up in due time

1 Peter 5:6 When may he lift you up?  In due time

1 Peter 5:7 Cast what on him?  All your anxiety

1 Peter 5:7 Why cast all your anxiety on him?  Because he cares for you

1 Peter 5:8 Be what?  Self controlled and alert

1 Peter 5:8 Who prowls around like a roaring lion looking for someone to devour?  Your enemy the devil

1 Peter 5:8 Like what does your enemy the devil prowl around?  (A) roaring lion looking for someone to devour

1 Peter 5:8 Looking for whom does your enemy the devil prowl around?  Someone to devour

1 Peter 5:9 How, resist him?  Standing firm in the faith

1 Peter 5:9 Why resist him (standing firm in the faith)?  Because you know that your brothers throughout the world are undergoing the same kind of sufferings

1 Peter 5:9 What do you know?  That your brothers throughout the world are undergoing the same kind of sufferings

1 Peter 5:9 Throughout what are your brothers undergoing the same kind of sufferings?  (The) world

1 Peter 5:9 Who are undergoing the same kind of sufferings?  Your brothers (throughout the world)

1 Peter 5:9 What are your brothers (throughout the world) undergoing?  (The) same kind of sufferings

1 Peter 5:10 Who called you to his eternal glory in Christ?  (The) God of all grace

1 Peter 5:10 To what has the God of all grace called you?  His eternal glory in Christ

1 Peter 5:10 Who will himself restore you and make you strong, firm and steadfast?  (The) God of all grace

1 Peter 5:10 When will the God of all grace himself restore you and make you strong, firm and steadfast?  After you have suffered a little while

1 Peter 5:10 What will the God of all grace himself make you?  Strong, firm and steadfast

1 Peter 5:11 To him be what?  (The) power for ever and ever

1 Peter 5:12 With what have I written to you briefly?  (The) help of Silas

1 Peter 5:12 Whom do I regard as a faithful brother?  Silas

1 Peter 5:12 As what do I regard Silas?  (A) faithful brother

1 Peter 5:12 How have I written to you?  Briefly, (encouraging you and testifying that this is the true grace of God)  OR  With the help of Silas

1 Peter 5:12 What is this?  (The) true grace of God

1 Peter 5:12 Stand how?  Fast in it (the true grace of God)

1 Peter 5:13 Where is she?  In Babylon

1 Peter 5:13 What does she who is in Babylon send you?  Her greetings

1 Peter 5:13 Who sends you her greetings?  She who is in Babylon (and so does my son Mark)

1 Peter 5:14 Greet whom with a kiss of love?  One another

1 Peter 5:14 With what greet one another?  (A) kiss of love

1 Peter 5:14 Peace to whom?  All of you who are in Christ