1 Peter 1:3-5 — Letters to a Scattered Flock
The phrase “born again” is one that can get thrown around and have many different meanings, depending on who’s using it. But what does the Bible mean when it says that God “has caused [His children] to be born again”? What is the origin of that new life, and what is its goal? Just as important, how can we figure out if we have, in fact, been born again? We explore those questions in today’s text, 1 Peter 1:3-5. God’s children should praise Him because He has given to them new life.