Dr. Michael Horton and Adriel Sanchez answer caller questions. Key questions answered in today's show: 1. When a lot of Christians speak about suffering, they sound as if we should just accept suffering and not do anything to change it. I have heard people use first Peter 1 this way. In first Peter 1, does Peter want us to just accept suffering? 2. I come from a Christian family. It’s apostolic or Pentecostal. I come from a family of preachers. I have backslidden and every time I try to go back to church, they preach on the stuff that they know that I have done in the past and even though I have been forgiven they put me under condemnation. How should I try to overcome this? Even though I have spoken with them about this they continue to do it. 3. Are we required to continue to forgive people who sin against us in the same way repeatedly without repentance? 4. What is the Social Gospel and how should Christians respond to it? 5. What's the difference between the Old Covenant and the New Covenant? 6. Is the Lord’s Supper literally the physical body and blood of Jesus?