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Peter speaketh 2 PETER I.

of his death. things that pertain 1. D. 66. purged a from his old unto life and godli

sins. e Jno. 17. 3.

10 Wherefore the knowledge of him a Th.2.12. rather, brethren, give that d hath called us

2 Th.2.14. diligence • to make tot glory and vir- 2 Ti. 1.9. your calling and electue:

i Pe. 2.9. tion sure : for if ye do 4 e Whereby are

& 3. 9. these things, P ye given unto us exceed. Or, by.

shall never fall: ing great and pre-e 2 Co.7.1.

11 For so an cious promises : that f 2 Co. 3. 18. trance shall be minisby these ye might Ep. 4.24. tered unto you abunbe f partakers of the

He. 12. 10. dantly into the ever

1 Jno. 3. 2. divine nature, 8 hav

lasting kingdom of ing escaped the cor

g ch. 2. 18,

our Lord and Saviour ruption that is in the bch. 3. 18. Jesus Christ, world through lust.

il Pe. 3. 7. 12 Wherefore I 5 And beside this,k Ga. 6. 10. will not be negligent giving h all dili e,

1 Th. 3. 12. to put you always in

& 5. 15. add to your faith vir

1 Jno.4.21.

remembrance of these tue; and to virtue

things, though ye

1 Gr. idle. knowledge;

know them, and be 6 And to know

i Jno. 15. 2. established in the

Tit. 3. 14. ledge temperance ;

present truth.

m 1 Jno. 2.9. and to temperance

13 Yea, I think it patience; and to pa

n Ep. 5. 26. meet, as long as I

He. 9. 14. tience godliness;

am in this tabernacle,

I Jno. 1. 7. 7. And to godliness

tot stir you up by

oljno.3.19. brotherly kindness; and

; kindness charity.

q Ro. 15. 14. 14. Knowing that

Ph. 3.1. 8 For if these things

I Jno. 2.21.

shortly I must put be in

you,
and

off this my tabernacle, abound, they make

rch. 3. 17.
even as

* our Lord you that ye shall nei

1 Pe. 5.12. Jesus

Cbrist hath ther be I barren' por

s 2 Co.5.1.4. shewed me. unfruitful

in the knowledge

15 Moreover I will tch. 3. 1. of our

endeavour that ye Lord Jesus Christ.

? Ti, 4. 6.

may be able after my 9 But he that lack- Ino. 21.18. decease to have these eth these things mis y ? Co. 1.17. things always in reblind, and cannot see

& 2. 1. 4. afar off, and hath

membrance,
2 Co. 2. 17.
& 4. 2.

16 For we bave not forgotten that he was

followed y cunniogly 568

k to brotherly p ch. 3. 17. putting you in remem

Jude 5..

Lu. 9. 35. be

heard. a De. 13. 1.

Heresies and 2 PETER II. Salse teachers. devised fables, when A. D. 66. we made known unto

CHAP. II. you the power and z Ma. 17.1.

1 Bu'r a there were coming of our Lord

Mar. 9. 2.

false prophets also

1 Jno. 1. I. Jesus Christ, but

a Ma. 17. 5.

among the people, were z eyewitnesses

Mar. 1. 11.) even as b there shali of his majesty.

false teachers 17 For he received b Ma, 17. 6. among you, who prifrom God the Father honour and glory,

o Jno. 5. 35. Yily shall bring in

damnable heresies,

d Re. 2. 28. when there came & 22, 16.

even c denying the such a voice to him 200. 4.4.6. Lord d that bought from the excellente Ro. 12. 6. them,

e and bring glory, a This is my r 2 Ti. 3. 16. upon

themselves Beloved Son, in whom + Or, at

swift destruction. I ain well pleased.

2 And many shall time.

any 18 And this voice

foHow their I perni

2 Sa. 23. 2. which came from

cious ways; by reaheaven we

son of whom the way when we were with b Ma. 24. n. of truth shall be evil him in

b the holy e Jude 4. spoken of. mount.

d 1 Co. 6. 20. 3 And i through 19 We have also a Ga. 3. 13. covetousness

shall more sure word of

Ep. 1. 7.

they with He. 10. 29.

feigned prophecy; whereunto I Pe. 1. 18. words & make merye do well that ye Re. 5. 9. chandize of

you : take heed, as unto a e Ph. 3. 19. whose h

judgment light that shineth in

Or,

now of a long time a dark place, until lascivious lingereth not, and the day dawn, and ways, as their damnation slum. the d day star arise some copies bereth not,

read. in your hearts :

4 For if God spared 20 Knowing

not i the angels k that first, that no pro- : ?Co. 2. 17. sinned, but phecy of the scripture - Jude 4. 15. them down to hell, is of any private in- i Jude 6. and delivered them terpretation.

k Jno. 8, 44.into chains of dark21 For the pro- 1 Jno. 3. 8. ness, to be reserved phecy came not t in 1 Lu. 8. 31. unto judgment; old time by the will Re. 20.2,3. 5 And spared not of man : & but holy m He. 11. 7. the old world, but men of God spake as I Pe. 3. 20. saved m Noah the they were moved by 1Pe. 3. 19. eighth person, a the Holy Ghost.

preacher of righteous

this f Tit. 1. 11.

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The judgments 2 PETER II.

of G ness, bringing in the A D. 66. against them befa flood upon the world

the Lord. of the ungodly;

och. 3. 6.

12 But these, a 6 And P turning the p Ge. 19. 24. natural brute beast cities of Sodom and

De. 29. 23. made to be taken at

Jude 7. Goirorrha into ashes

destroyed, speak es condemned them with 9 Nu. 26. 10. of the

things an overthrow, 9 mak-r Ge. 19. 16. they understand not ing them an ensams Wi. 19. 17. and shall utterly pe ple unto those that t Ps. 119.139. rish in their own cor after should live un

158. ruption ; godly;

Ez. 9. 4.

i3 b And shall re 7 And - delivered Ps. 34. 17: ceive the reward of

1 Co.10.13. just Lot, vexed * with

unrighteousness, the filthy conversa

- Jude 4.7, they that
8. 10. 16.

count tion of the wicked :

pleasure o to riot in 8 (s For that righte.

+ Or, dominion.

the day time. d Spots ous man dwelling

they are and ble

y Jude 8. among them, in see

mishes, sporting ing and hearing, vex- z Jude 9.

themselves with their ed his righteous soulSome read, own deceivings while from day to day with against

themselves.

they feast with their unlawful deeds ;) a Je. 12. 3.

you; gu The Lord know

Jude 10.

14 Having eyes full eth how to deliver

b Ph. 3. 19. of adultery, and godly out of

that cannot cease

c Ro. 13. 13. temptations, and to

from sin; beguiling reserve the unjust

d Judo 12.

unstable souls: fan unto the day of judg. • 1 Co.11.20, heart they have exer

. ment to be punished:

cised with covetous 10 But

practices ; cursed

adult ress. them that walk af

children : ter the flesh in the lust Jude 11. 15 Which have forof uncleapness, and & Nu: 22.5. saken the right way, despise tgovernment.

7.21.23.23. and are gone astray.

Jude 11. Presumptuous y are

following the way of they, selfwilled, they ver. 7

Balaam 8 the son of are pot afraid to speak . He labour Bosor, loved the evil of dignities. ed under it

wages of unrighteous11 Whereas , an- as a burden,

ness; gels, which

or against are

16 But was rebuked greater ju power and

enemy.

for his iniquity: the might, bring not Scott. dumb ass speaking railing accusation

with man's voice for570

the

chiefly Gr. an

it as an

Apostasy.
2 PETER III.

The last days. bad the madness of A. D. 66. known

it, to turn the prophet:

from the holy com17 h These ale

Jude12,13. mandment delivered wells without water, i Jude 16. unto them. clouds that are car. k ver. 20.

22 But it is hapried with a tempest;

ch. 1. 4. pened unto them acto whom the mist of Ac. 2. 40. (cording to the true darkness is reserved | Or, for a proverb, The dog is for ever.

little, or, a turned to his own 18 For when i they some read.

while, as

vomit again ; and the speak great swelling i Ga. 5. 13.

sow that was washed words of vanity, they 1 Pe. 2. 16. to her wallowing in allure through the

mJno. 8. 31. the mire. lusts of the flesh, Ro. 6. 16. through much wanton- Ma. 12. 45.

CHAP. III. ness, those that kwere Lu. 11. 26. 1 THIS second episclean t escaped from He. 6. 4. tle, beloved, I now them who live in &10.26, 27. write unto you; in error.

o ver. 18.

both which a I stir up 19 While they pro

cb. 1. 4.

your pure minds by mise them lliberty, p ch. 1. 2.

way of remembrance : they themselves are q Lu. 12. 47, 2 That ye may be them servants of cor

48.

mindful of the words

Joo. 9. 41. ruption : for of whom

& 15. 22.

which were spoken a man is overcome,

Pr. 26. 11.

before by the holy of the same is he

a ch. 1. 13. prophets, band of the brought in bondage.

commandment of us 20 For if after they b Jude 17.

the apostles of the have escaped the ! Ti. 4.. Lord and Saviour:

2 Ti. 3. I. pollutions of

the
Jude 18.

3 Knowing this world p through the

first, that there shall

0 ch. 2. 10. knowledge of the

come in the last days Lord and

Saviour

. Is. 5. 19.
Je. 17. 15.

scoffers, d walking afJesus Christ, they

Ez. 12. 22 ter their own lusts, are again entangled

27.

4 And saying, therein, and over- Ma. 24.48. Where e is the procome, the latter end La 12.45. mise of his coming ? is worse with them

ver. 22

for since the fathers than the beginning. • Some of fell asleep, all things

21 For q it had been the most ele- continue as they were better for them not gant writers from the beginning to have known the refer to these

of antiquity of the creation. way of righteousness, proverbs.

5 For this they wil. than, after ihey have

lingly are ignorant Christ's coming 2 PETER III. to judgment. of, that fby the word A. D. 66. with fervent heat, the of God the heavens

earth also and the were of old, and the Ge. 1;6.9. works that are there

. earth to standing out

in shall be burned

He, 11. 3. of the water and in

+ Gr.

up. the water:

consisting

u Seeing then that 6 h Whereby the

all these things shall world that then was, & Pi24 be dissolved, what being overflowed Col. 1. 17.mapper of

persons with water, perished:

ought ye to be s in all

b Ge. 7. 11. 7 But i the heavens

holy conversation

i ver. 10. and the earth, which

and godliness,

k Ma. 25.41. are now, by the same

12 i Looking for and

2 Th. 1.8. word are kept in

hasting 1

unto tbe 1 Ps. 90. 4. coming of the day of store, reserved unto fire k' against the day - Ho.

10,37. God, wherein the of judgment and per- In Is, 30. 18. heavens being on fire dition of ungodly

1 Pe.3.20. shall u be dissolved,

o Eze.33.11. and men,

the

elements 8 But, beloved, be p Ro. 2. 4. shall - melt with fernot ignorant of this

1 Ti. 2. 4. vent heat? one thing, that one 9 Ma.24.43,

13 Nevertheless we, day is with the Lord

Re. 3. 3. according to his proas a thousand years, r Ps. 102.26. mise, look for y new and I a thousand

Ma. 24. 35. heavens and a new

Mar. 13.31. years as one day,

He. 1. 11. earth, wherein dwell9 m The Lord is not Re. 20. 11. eth righteousness. slack concerning his s 1 Pe. 1. 15. 14 Wherefore, bepromise, as some men t 1 Co. 1.7.

loved, seeing

that count slackness ; but

Tit. 1. 13. ye look

for such is n longsuffering to

1Or, hasting

things, be diligent us-ward, not willing the coming that any should pe

found of him in rish, but P that all u Ps. 50. 3.

Is. 34. 4.

peace, without spot, should come to re

and blameless.

* Mi. 1. 4. pentance.

15 And account that 10 But a the day of Is. 65. 17. the a longsuffering of the Lord will come

Re. 21, 1. our Lord is salvathief in the

27. zl Co.15.58.

even as our night ; in the which Ph. 1. 10. beloved brother Paul ther heavens shall 1 Th. 3. 13. also according to the pass away with a a Ro. 2. 4. wisdom given into great noise, and the Pe. 3. 20. him hath written unto elements shall melt

you ;

that 2 ye

may be

as

tion ;

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