An honorable life lived by the truth keeps the conscience clean. In our text today we learn that,
An honorable life is coupled with a good conscience and a good conscience is fuel for enduring unjust suffering. How does an honorable life result in a good conscience before God?
How do believers, knowing our standing of 1 Peter 2:9, live a beautiful (honorable) life that proclaims the excellencies of Christ in our words and our walk while living in this broken place?
The answer is bound up in a concept that is largely rejected in our day and age – in the culture, in the workplace, in the family, and in the church house. We live in submission.