2 Peter

Diaglott(i) 1 Simon Peter, a bondman and and an apostle of Jesus Anointed, to those equally precious to us having obtained faith by righteousness of the God of us and a savior Jesus Anointed; 2 favor to you and peace may be multiplied by a knowledge of the God, and of Jesus the Lord of us. 3 As all to us of the divine power of him the things in respect to life and piety having been granted, through the knowledge of the one having called us by means of glory and virtue; 4 (through which the greatest to us and precious promises have been given, so that through these you might become of a divine partakers nature having fled away from the in world, by inordinate desire corruption;) 5 also very this thing and diligence all having brought in beside; do you superadd to the faith of you the fortitude, to and the fortitude the knowledge, 6 to and the knowledge the self-control, to and the self-control the patience, to and the patience the piety, 7 to and the piety the brotherly-kindness, to and the brother-kindness the love. 8 These things for to you belonging and abounding, not idle ones nor unfruitful ones they make you in the of the Lord of us Jesus Anointed knowledge; 9 to whom for not is present these things, blind is, being short-sighted, a forgetfulness having received of the purification of the old of himself sins. 10 Therefore rather, brethren, do you earnestly strive sure of you the calling and election to make; these things for doing not not you may fail at any time. 11 So for richly will be furnished to you the entrance into the age-lasting kingdom of the Lord of us and Savior Jesus Anointed. 12 Therefore not I will neglect always you to remind concerning these things, although knowing, and being established in the present truth. 13 Right and I think, in as much as I am in this the tabernacle, to stir up you by a reminding; 14 knowing, that near at hand it is the laying aside of the tabernacle of me, as even the Lord of us Jesus Anointed declared to me. 15 I will endeavor but also always, to have you after the my departure, the of these things a recollection to make. 16 Not for having been cunningly devised tales having followed out we made known to you the of the Lord of us Jesus Anointed power and presence, but lookers on having become of the of that greatness. 17 Having received for from God a Father honor and glory, from a voice having been brought to him of this kind by the magnificent glory: This is the son of me the beloved, in whom I am delighted. 18 And this the voice we heard from heaven having been brought with him being in the mountain the holy, 19 and we have more firm the prophetic word; to which well you do taking heed, as to a lamp shining in a filthy place, till of which a day may shine through, and bring light may arise in the hearts of you; 20 this first knowing, that all prophecy of a writing, of its own loosing not it is. 21 Not for by will of man was brought at any time prophecy, but by spirit holy being moved spoke holy of God men.