2 Peter 2:10 — 2 Peter 3:6
10 And especially 1those who go after the flesh in the alust for bdefilement and despise 2lordship. Daring, 3cself-willed, they do not tremble while reviling 4dignities;
11 Whereas 1angels, though they are greater in strength and power, 2do not bring a reviling judgment against 1them before the Lord.
12 But athese, like 1animals 2without reason, born natural 3for capture and 4destruction, reviling in things of which they are ignorant, will also in their corrupting of others be 5destroyed;
13 1Suffering unrighteousness as the 2awages of unrighteousness; considering luxury in the day to be bpleasure; 3cspots and blemishes, reveling in their deceits while dfeasting together with you;
14 Having eyes full of 1aadultery and not bceasing from sin; centicing dunstable souls, having a heart exercised for ecovetousness, fchildren of gcurse.
15 Forsaking the 1straight way, they have agone astray, 2following the way of 3bBalaam, the son of Beor, who loved the cwages of unrighteousness
16 But had reproof for his own transgression: a dumb 1abeast of burden, uttering with a man’s voice, restrained the madness of the prophet.
17 These are 1springs awithout water and mists driven by a storm, for whom the 2bgloom of darkness is kept.
18 For uttering great aswelling words of bvanity, they centice by dlusts of the flesh, with licentiousness, those who are barely eescaping from them who 1live in error;
19 Promising afreedom to them, while they themselves are bslaves of 1corruption; for by whom anyone has been defeated, 2by this one he has been enslaved.
20 For if, having aescaped the bdefilements of the cworld by the dknowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ but having again been eentangled in these, they are defeated, the last state has become fworse for them than the first.
21 For it would be better for them not to have known the 1way of righteousness than, knowing it, to aturn back from the bholy commandment delivered to them.
22 It has happened to them according to the true proverb: The 1adog has turned 2to its own vomit, and the washed sow to wallowing in the mud.
1 This second letter, beloved, I now write to you; in them both I astir up your sincere mind with a breminder,
2 So that you would aremember the 1bwords spoken before by the holy cprophets and the commandment of the Lord and Savior preached by your dapostles;
3 Knowing this first, that in the 1alast of days 2bmockers will come with mocking, going on according to their own clusts
4 And saying, aWhere is the 1bpromise of His 2ccoming? For since the dfathers fell easleep, all things continue in this way from the fbeginning of gcreation.
5 For 1this escapes them by their own choosing, that by the 2aword of God the 3bheavens cwere of old and the 3earth was 4compacted out of water and through dwater,
6 Through 1which the 2aworld 3then, being 4bflooded with water, 5cperished.