2 Peter

2 Pe 1:1       Symeon Peter, servant and apostle of Jesus Christ, to those having obtained faith to equal-honor with us in the justice of our God and Savior Jesus Christ,

2 Pe 1:2       grace to you and peace be multiplied in knowledge of God and of Jesus our Lord.

2 Pe 1:3       As all to us from His divine power, which for life and piety, having been given through the knowledge of who called us to His own glory and virtue,

2 Pe 1:4       through which those costly and greatest promises He has given to us, so that through them you would become fellows of the divine nature, having escaped from the corruption in the world in desire,

2 Pe 1:5       and this itself then, all hurry applied, provide in your faith virtue, in then virtue knowledge,

2 Pe 1:6       in then knowledge restraint, in then restraint perseverance, in then perseverance piety,

2 Pe 1:7       in then piety brotherly-love, in then brotherly-love love.

2 Pe 1:8       These indeed being in you and increasing, establish you neither idle nor unfruitful in the knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ;

2 Pe 1:9       for whom indeed is without these is blind, nearsighted, taking forgetfulness from the purification of his past sins.

2 Pe 1:10     Therefore more, brothers, hurry to make firm your call and choice; these indeed doing, you never stumble.

2 Pe 1:11     Thus indeed richly will be provided to you the entrance into the eternal kingdom of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

2 Pe 1:12     Therefore, I shall always be ready to remind you about these, though having seen and been established in this present truth;

2 Pe 1:13     and I consider just, while I am in this the tent, to arouse you in memory,

2 Pe 1:14     having seen that soon is the putting off of my tent, just as also our Lord Jesus Christ showed me,

2 Pe 1:15     I shall then hurry, and always have you after my departure, to make remembrance of these.