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2 Peter 1

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1 Simon Peter, slave and Apostle of Jesus Christ, who accepted with us equally precious faith in the truth of our God and Savior Jesus Christ:
2 Grace and peace be multiplied to you in the knowledge of God and Christ Jesus our Lord.
3 How, from His Divine power, everything that was needed for life and piety was granted to us, through the knowledge of Him who called us glory and goodness,
4 with which great and precious promises were given to us, so that through them you could become partakers of the divine nature, moving away from the corruption in the world by lust:

5 then, applying all this effort to this, show your virtue in your faith, your judgment in virtue,
6 in judgment abstinence, in abstinence patience, in patience piety,
7 in piety, brotherly love, in brotherly love.
eight If this is in you and multiplies, then you will not be left without success and fruit in the knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ.
nine But in whom there is none of this, he is blind, closed his eyes, forgot about the cleansing of his former sins.
ten Therefore, brethren, try more and more to solidify your rank and election; By doing this, never stumble
eleven for in this way you will have free access to the eternal Kingdom of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

12 In order to do this, I will never stop reminding you of this, although you know it and are affirmed in the true truth.
13 I respect the fair, as long as I am in this [bodily] temple, to excite you with a reminder,
fourteen knowing that he should soon leave my temple, as our Lord Jesus Christ revealed to me.
fifteen I’ll try, so that you will always keep this as a keepsake even after my departure.

16 For we have announced to you the power and coming of our Lord Jesus Christ, not following the cunning fables, but being eyewitnesses of His greatness.
17 For He received honor and glory from God the Father, when from a glorious glory such a voice came to Him: This is My beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased.
18 And this voice, brought from heaven, we heard, being with Him on holy mountain.

19 And besides, we have the surest prophetic word; and you do well that you turn to him as a lamp shining in a dark place until the day begins to dawn and the morning star rises in your hearts,
20 knowing first of all that no prophecy in Scripture can be resolved by itself.
21 For the prophecy was never uttered according to the will of man, but God's holy men spoke it, being moved by the Holy Spirit.

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