2 Peter


Chapter 1
1 Simon Peter, a slave and commissioner of Jesus Anointed, to the ones, with us, chancing on an equally valuable belief, in a righteousness of our Placer and our Savior Jesus Anointed: 2 May grace and peace be multiplied to you, in recognition of the Placer and of Jesus our Master, 3 as all the things of his divine power toward life and devoutness have been gratuitously given to us, through the recognition of the one calling us to his own glory and virtue, 4 through which the valuable and greatest promise effects have been gratuitously given to us, that through these, you may become participants of a divine nature, fleeing from the corruption which is in the world in desire. 5 Yet a same thing is this also: Employing every diligence, in your belief, supply the virtue, yet in the virtue, the knowledge, 6 yet in the knowledge, the restraint, yet in the restraint, the endurance, yet in the endurance, the devoutness, 7 yet in the devoutness, the brotherly fondness, yet in the brotherly fondness, the love. 8 For these things inhering in you and increasing, are constituting you neither idle nor unfruitful, into the recognition of our Master Jesus Anointed. 9 For in whom these things are not present, he is blind, closing his eyes, getting oblivious of the long ago cleansing of his sins. 10 Wherefore rather, brothers, be diligent, the calling and choice of you to be made confirmed. For doing these things, you may by no means at a time be tripping. 11 For thus shall the entrance into the kingdom of our Master and Savior Jesus Anointed be richly supplied to you. 12 Wherefore I shall be about, to be ever reminding you about these things, even, you having both perceived and been established in the present truth. 13 Yet I am deeming it just, on as much as I am in this tent, to be rousing you in reminder, 14 having perceived that the placing away of my tent is to be swift, down as our Master Jesus Anointed also makes evident to me. 15 Yet also, I shall be diligent, for you to be having it at all times after my exodus, for the reminding of these things to be done. 16 For we make known to you the power and presence of our Master Jesus Anointed, not in following wisely made myths, but having become viewers of that one’s magnificence. 17 For he was getting honor and glory from Placer Father, a voice being carried to him, yet, which was by the Glory Magnific, “This is my beloved son, into whom I delight.” 18 And we hear this voice being carried out of heaven, we being together with him in the holy mountain. 19 And we are having more confirmed, the prophetic word, which you are doing ideally heeding, it being as a lamp appearing in a squalid place, till which day radiance may be coming through, and a light bringer may be rising in your hearts, 20 knowing this first, that no prophecy of writing is becoming of a private explanation. 21 For no prophecy was at a time carried in a will effect of a human, but holy humans of Placer speak, being carried by holy spirit.
Chapter 2
1 Yet false prophets also became among the people, as there shall also be false teachers among you, smuggling in sects of destruction, and disowning the Owner, the one buying them, and leading swift destruction onto themselves. 2 And many shall be following their wantonness, through whom the way of the truth shall be calumniated. 3 And they shall be going among you with words molded in greed, to whom the judgment of long ago is not idle, and their destruction is not nodding. 4 For if the Placer does not spare sinning messengers, but putting them into Tartarus, gives them over to caverns of gloom, they being kept into judgment, 5 and he does not spare a beginning world, leading a deluge onto a world of irreverent ones, but guards an eighth, Noah, a proclaimer of righteousness, 6 and he condemns the cities of Sodom and Gomorrah, turning them to cinders, having placed them as an example of irreverent ones about to be, 7 and he rescues Lot, a just one being made miserable by the behavior in wantonness of the repudiated ones 8 (for the just one, dwelling among them, in observing and hearing them day out of day with their lawless works, put his just soul in an ordeal), 9 Master has perceived to be rescuing devout ones out of trial, yet to be keeping unjust ones into a day of judgment, they being chastened, 10 yet especially the ones going after flesh in desire of defilement. Also despising masterdoms, being daring self-gratifiers, they are not trembling, calumniating glories, 11 whereas the messengers with Master, being greater in strength and ability, are not carrying a calumniating judgment against them. 12 Yet these, as illogical animals having been naturally generated into capture and corruption, calumniating in things which they are unknowing, shall in their corruption also be corrupted, 13 being injured as a wage of unjustness. Deeming the luxury in the day to be gratification, they are spots and flaws, luxuriating in their seductions, having it well together with you, 14 having eyes of an adulteress that are distended and unceasingly sinning, luring unstable souls, having a heart exercised of greed, being children of a curse. 15 Leaving a straight way, they were strayed, following in the way of the Balaam of the Beor, who loves a wage of unjustness. 16 Yet he has had an exposing of his own outlawry: A voiceless yoke-beast, uttering in a voice of a human, forbids the foolishness of the prophet. 17 These are unwet springs, and vapors being driven by a storm, to whom the gloom of the darkness has been kept. 18 For uttering pompous things of vanity, they are luring, in desires of flesh, in wantonness, the ones slightly fleeing from the ones behaving in straying. 19 Promising to them freedom, they themselves are inhering as slaves of the corruption. For in what anyone has been diminished, in this he has been enslaved. 20 For if, in recognition of our Master and Savior Jesus Anointed, fleeing from the defilements of the world, they are being diminished, being again braided in to these things, the last things have become to them worse than the first things. 21 For it was better to them to not have recognized the way of the righteousness, than recognizing it, to turn back out of the holy precept being given over to them. 22 The thing of the true proverb has befallen them: “A dog is turning back onto his own vomit,” and, “a swine, being bathed, into a wallowing of mire.”
Chapter 3
1 This, beloved, is already a second letter I am writing to you, in which, in reminding, I am rousing your sincere comprehension, 2 to be reminded of the declarations having been declared before by the holy prophets, and of the precept of your commissioners, it being of the Master and Savior, 3 knowing this first, that on the last of the days, scoffers shall be coming in scoffing, going down their own desires 4 and saying, “Where is the promise of his presence? For from when the fathers were reposed, all is remaining thus, from a beginning of creation.” 5 For, they being ones willing it so, this is eluding them: that heavens were out of long ago, and land was out of water and through water, having stood together in the Placer’s word, 6 through which, the world then was destroyed, being deluged in water. 7 Yet the heavens and the land now, in the same word, are stored with fire, being kept into a day of judgment and destruction of the irreverent humans. 8 Yet there is this one thing, beloved, let it not be eluding you, that one day with Master is as a thousand years, and a thousand years, as one day. 9 Of the promise, Master is not being tardy, as some are deeming it tardiness, but he is being patient into you, not intending any to be destroyed, but to make room into repentance for all. 10 Yet the day of Master shall be arriving as a thief, in which the heavens shall be boomingly passing by, yet elements, burning, shall be disintegrated, and land and the works in it shall be found. 11 All these things being thus disintegrated, what manner is it a must for you to be inhering, in holy behavior and devoutness, 12 hoping and being diligent for the presence of the Placer’s day, because of which, heavens, being on fire, shall be disintegrated, and elements, burning, being melted? 13 Yet down his promise effect, we are hoping for new heavens and new land, in which righteousness is dwelling. 14 Wherefore, beloved, hoping for these things, be diligent to be found to him in peace, unspotted and flawless. 15 And be deeming the patience of our Master to be salvation, down as our beloved brother Paul writes to you, down the wisdom being given to him, 16 as also in all his letters, speaking in them about these things, in which are some things hardly apprehended, which the unlearned and unstable are twisting, as also the rest of the writings, toward their own destruction. 17 You, then, beloved ones, knowing it before, be guarding, that you may not be lapsing from your own steadfastness, being led away together with the straying of the repudiated ones. 18 Yet be growing up in grace and knowledge of our Master and Savior Jesus Anointed. To him is the glory, both now and into the day of duration. Amen.