2 Peter 3

  1. Why has Peter written both of his letters?
    As reminders to stimulate you to wholesome thinking. (3:1)
  2. What words does Peter want you to recall?
    The words spoken in the past by the holy prophets. (3:2)
  3. What will scoffers do in the last days?
    Come, scoffing and following their own evil desires. (3:3)
  4. Since when has everything gone on as it has since the beginning of creation?
    Ever since our fathers died. (3:4)
  5. What do scoffers deliberately forget?
    That long ago by God's word the heavens existed and the earth was formed out of water and by water. (3:5)
  6. What was deluged and destroyed by these waters?
    The world of that time. (3:6)
  7. For what are the present heavens and earth reserved?
    Fire (3:7)
  8. Like what sia day with the Lord?
    A thousand years. (3:8)
  9. Whom does the Lord not want to perish?
    Anyone (3:9)
  10. Whom does the Lord want to come to repentance?
    Everyone (3:9)
  11. Like what will the day of the Lord come?
    A thief. (3:10)
  12. What kind of people ought you to be since everything will be destroyed in this way?
    You ought to live holy and godly lives. (3:11)
  13. In what will the elements melt?
    The heat. (3:12)
  14. To what are we looking forward in keeping with his promise?
    A new heaven and a new earth, the home of righteousness. (3:13)
  15. What should you do since you are looking forward to this?
    Make every effort to be found spotless, blameless, and at peace with him. (3:14)
  16. What does the Lord's patience mean?
    Salvation (3:15)
  17. Who writes the same way in all his letters?
    Paul (3:16)
  18. By what may you not be carried away if you are on your guard?
    The error of lawless men. (3:17)
  19. In what should you grow?
    The grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. (3:18)
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