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1:1SIMON PETER, a servant and messenger of Jesus Christ, sends this letter to those who have been given a faith as valuable as ours in the righteousness of our God, and saviour Jesus Christ.
1:2May you know more and more of grace and peace as your knowledge of God and Jesus our Lord grows deeper.
1:3He has by his own action given us everything that is necessary for living the truly good life, in allowing us to know the one who has called us to him, through his own glorious goodness.
1:4It is through this generosity that God's greatest and most precious promises have become available to us men, making it possible for you to escape the inevitable disintegration that lust produces in the world and to share in God's essential nature.
1:5For this very reason you must do your utmost from your side, and see that your faith carries with it real goodness of life. Your goodness must be accompanied by knowledge,
1:6your knowledge by selfcontrol, your selfcontrol by the ability to endure. Your endurance too must always be accompanied by devotion to God;
1:7that in turn must have in it the quality of brotherliness, and your brotherliness must lead on to Christian love.
1:8If you have these qualities existing and growing in you then it means that knowing our Lord Jesus Christ has not made your lives either complacent or unproductive.
1:9The man whose life fails to exhibit these qualities is blindhis eyes so dosed that he has forgotten that he was cleansed from his former sins.
1:10Set your minds, then, on endorsing by your conduct the fact that God has called and chosen you. If you go along these lines there is no reason why you should stumble.
1:11Indeed if you live this sort of life a rich welcome awaits you as you enter the eternal kingdom of our Lord and saviour Jesus Christ.
1:12Therefore I shall not fail to remind you again and again of things like this although you know them and are already established in the truth which has come to you.
1:13I consider it my duty, as long as I live in the temporary dwelling of this body, to stimulate you by these reminders.
1:14I know that I shall have to leave this body at very short notice, as our Lord Jesus Christ made clear to me.
1:15Consequently I shall make the most of every opportunity, so that after I am gone you will remember these things.
1:16We were not following a cleverly writtenup story when we told you about the power and presence of our Lord Jesus Christwe actually saw his majesty with our own eyes.
1:17He received honour and glory from God the Father himself when that voice said to him, out of the sublime glory of Heaven, "This is my beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased."
1:18We actually heard that voice speaking from Heaven while we were with him on the sacred mountain.
1:19Thus we hold the word of prophecy to be more certain than ever. You should give that word your closest attention, for it shines like a lamp amidst the darkness of the world, until the day dawns, and the morning star rises in your hearts.
1:20But you must understand that this is of the highest importance: no prophecy of scripture can be interpreted by a single human mind.
1:21No prophecy came because a man wanted it to: men of God spoke because they were inspired by the Holy Spirit.
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