King James Bible - New Testament Second Epistle of Peter
Peter writes to the world and praises the knowledge given to it by Jesus. They should embrace this knowledge but be tempered. Whoever lacks knowledge is blind. They should follow God not fables. There are false prophets and many follow their evil ways. God will not spare them just as he did not spare Sodom and Gomorrah and evil angels. Whoever is unrighteous receives the rewards of unrighteousness. Sins are wells without water. The second epistle is to remind the people to be aware of the prophets and not ignorant of God. God will come again and bring salvation. Men should avoid error and sin.