2 Peter: Chapter 2b

2:1 THer were false Prophetes amōge the people/ euen as ther shalbe false teachers amōge you: which preuely shall bringe in damnable sectes/ euē denyinge the Lorde that hath bought them/ & bringe vpon them selues swyft damnacion/ THER were false prophetes also amonge the people, euen as ther shalbe false teachers amonge you : whych preuely shall brynge in damnable sectes (euen denyenge the Lorde that hath bought them and brynge vpon them selues swift damnacyon, THer were false Prophetes amōge the people, euen as ther shalbe false teachers amōge you: which preuely shall bringe in damnable sectes, euē denyinge the Lorde that hath bought them, & bringe vpon them selues swyft damnacion, THERE were’ false Prophetes also among* the people, euen as there shalbe false teachers among you: which pryuely shal brynge in damnable heresies, euen denying the Lord, that hath boght them, and bringe vpon them selues swyft damnation,
2:2 and many shall folowe their damnable wayes/ by which the waye of trueth shalbe euyll spoken of/ and many shall folowe their damnable wayes, by whom the waye of trueth shal be euyll spoken of, and many shall folowe their damnable wayes, by which the waye of trueth shalbe euyll spoken of, And many shal folow their damnable wayes, by whom the way of trueth shalbe euil spoken of,
2:3 and thorow coueteousnes shall they with fayned wordes make marchandyse of you/ whose iudgement is not farre of/ & their dampnacion slepeth not. and tho. row coueteousnes shall they wyth fayned wordes make marchandyse of you, whose iudgement is now not farre of, and their damnacyon slepeth not. and thorow coueteousnes shall they with fayned wordes make marchandyse of you, whose iudgement is not farre of, & their dampnacion slepeth not. And through couetousnes shal they with fayned wordes make marchandise of you, whose iudgement long agone is not farre of, and their damnation slepeth not.
2:4 For yf God spared not the angels that synned/ but cast them doune into hell/ and deliuered thē into chaynes of dercknes/ to be kept vnto iudgement: For yf God spared not the anges that synned, but cast them downe into hell, and delyuered them into chaynes of dercknes (to be poohed) to be kept wnto iudgement: For yf God spared not the angels that synned, but cast them doune into hell, and deliuered thē into chaynes of dercknes, to be kept vnto iudgement: For yf God spared not the Angels, that had synned, but caste them downe into hell, and deliuered them into chaines of darkenes, to be kept vnto damnation:
2:5 nether spared the olde worlde/ but saued Noe the eyght preacher of rightewesnes/ & brought in the flud vpon the worlde of the vngodly/ nether spared the olde worlde, but saued Noe the eyght preacher of ryghtewesnes, and brought in the floud vpon the worlde of the vngodly, nether spared the olde worlde, but saued Noe the eyght preacher of rightewesnes, & brought in the flud vpon the worlde of the vngodly, Nether spared the old worlde, but saued Noe the eyght penone a preacher of rightuousnes, and broght in the floud vpon the world of the vngodly,
2:6 and turned the cities of zodom and Gomor into asshes: ouerthrewe thē/ damned them/ & made on them an ensample vnto all that after shulde lyue vngodly. and turned the cyties of zodom and Gomor into asshes: ouerthrewe them, damned them, and made on them an ensample wnto those that after shulde lyue vngodly and turned the cities of zodom and Gomor into asshes: ouerthrewe thē, damned them, & made on them an ensample vnto all that after shulde lyue vngodly. And turned the cities of the Sodomites and Gomorrhe into asshes: ouerthrew them, damned them, and made on them an ensample vnto all that after should lyue vngodly:
2:7 And iust Lot vexed with the vnclenly conuersacion of the wycked/ deliuered he. And iust Lot vexed wyth the vncienk conuersacyon of the wycked, delyuered he. And iust Lot vexed with the vnclenly conuersacion of the wycked, deliuered he. And he deliuered iuste Loth vexed with the vnclenly conuersation of the wicked.
2:8 For he beynge ryghteous and dwellinge amonge them/ in seynge and hearinge/ vexed his ryghteous soule from daye to daye with their vnlawfull dedes. For he beynge ryghteous, and dwel. lynge among them in seynge and hear yng, vexed his ryghteous soule from do to daye wyth their vnlaufull dedes. For he beynge ryghteous and dwellinge amonge them, in seynge and hearinge, vexed his ryghteous soule from daye to daye with their vnlawfull dedes. (For being righteous, and dwellingamong them, in seing and hearing, vexed his righteous soule from day to daye, with their vnlawful dedes.)
2:9 The Lorde knoweth how to deliuer the godly out of temptacion/ and how to reserue the vniuste vnto the daye of iudgement for to be punisshed: The Lorde knoweth how to delyuer the god; out of temptacyon, and to reserue the . iuste vnto the daye of iudgement for be punysshed : The Lorde knoweth how to deliuer the godly out of temptacion, and how to reserue the vniuste vnto the daye of iudgement for to be punisshed: The Lord knoweth how to deliuer the godly out of tentation, and how to reserue the vniust vnto the day of iudgement for to be punished:
2:10 namely them that walke after the flesshe in the lust of vnclennes/ and despyse the rulers. Presumpteous are they/ & stubborne and feare not to speake euyll of them that are in auctorite. but chefely them the walcke after the flesshe in the lust of clennes, and despyse auctoryte. sumpteous are they, and stubborne, which feare not to speake euyll of them to excell in worshippe. namely them that walke after the flesshe in the lust of vnclennes, and despyse the rulers. Presumpteous are they, & stubborne and feare not to speake euyll of them that are in auctorite. Namely them that walke after the flesshe, in the luste of vnclennes, and despice the Gouernement: presumpteous are they, and stande in their owne conceite, and feare not to speake euyl of them that are in dignitie.
2:11 When the angels which are greater bothe in power and myght/ receaue not of the lorde raylinge iudgemēt agaynst them. It When the Angels whych are greater both in power might, receaue not of the Lord roos iudgment agaynst them selues. When the angels which are greater bothe in power and myght, receaue not of the lorde raylinge iudgemēt agaynst them. When tie Angels which are greater bothe in power, and might gyue not raylyng iudgement agaynst them before the Lord.
2:12 But these as brute beastes/ naturally made to betaken and destroyed/ speake euyll of that they knowe not/ and shall perysshe through their awne destruccion/ these as brute beastes, naturally brought forth to be taken and destroyed, Po euyll of the thinges that they vnderstand. not, and shall perysshe in their destruccion, But these as brute beastes, naturally made to betaken and destroyed, speake euyll of that they knowe not, and shall perysshe through their awne destruccion, But these as brute beastes, led with natural sensualitie and made to that ende that being taken they shulde be destroyed, speake euil of those things which they knowe not, and shal perisshe through their owne corruption.
2:13 and receaue the rewarde of vnrightewesnes. They count it pleasure to liue deliciously for a season. Spottes they are & filthines/ liuinge at pleasure/ & in disceaueable wayes feastinge with you: ° and receaue the rewarde of wnryghtwesnes. They count it pleasure to lyue delyciously for a season. Spottes they are and flthynes: which lyue at pleasure in their owne dysceauable wayes, feastinge with you: and receaue the rewarde of vnrightewesnes. They count it pleasure to liue deliciously for a season. Spottes they are & filthines, liuinge at pleasure, & in disceaueable wayes feastinge with you: And shal receaue the rewarde of vnryghtuousnes, as they which count it pleasure to lyue deliriously for a season. Spottes they are and blottes deliting them seines in that they deccaue you, in feasting with you.
2:14 hauinge eyes full of aduoutrie & that cānot cease to sinne/ begilinge vnstable soules. Hertes they haue exercised with coueteousnes. They are cursed chyldren/ hauynge eyes full of aduoutre, and that cannot cease from synne, begyling vnstable soules. Hertes they have exercysed with couetousnes. They are cursed chyldren hauinge eyes full of aduoutrie & that cānot cease to sinne, begilinge vnstable soules. Hertes they haue exercised with coueteousnes. They are cursed chyldren, Hailing eye* ful of aduoutrie, and that can not cease to synne, begyling vnstable soul eg: they haue hearts exercised with couetousoes, detestable fellowes,
2:15 & haue forsaken the ryght waye & are gone astraye folowinge the waye of Balam the sonne of Bosor/ which loued the rewarde of vnrightewesnes: is which haue forsaken the right waye, and are gone astraye folowynge that waye of Balam the some of Bosor, which loued the rewarde of T. ryghtewesnes : & haue forsaken the ryght waye & are gone astraye folowinge the waye of Balam the sonne of Bosor, which loued the rewarde of vnrightewesnes: Which forsakyng the right waye, haue gone astraye, folowyng the way of iialaam the Sonne of Bosor, which loued the rewarde of vnrightuousnes:
2:16 but was rebuked of his iniquitie. The tame & dōme beast/ speakinge with mānes voyce/ forbade the folisshenes of the Prophete. but was rebuked of his iniquitie. The tame and domme beas. speakynge with mannes voyce, forbade the madnesse of the Prophete. but was rebuked of his iniquitie. The tame & dōme beast, speakinge with mānes voyce, forbade the folisshenes of the Prophete. But he was rebuked for his iniquitie: for the domme beast, wher on he sat speaking with mans voyce, forbade the folyshnea of the Prophete.
2:17 These are welles without water/ & cloudes caried about of a tēpest/ to whom the myst of dercknes is reserued for euer. These are welles wythout water: cloudes that are caried with a tempest, to whom the myst of dercknes is reserved for euer. These are welles without water, & cloudes caried about of a tēpest, to whom the myst of dercknes is reserued for euer. These are welles without water, and cloudes caried about with a tempest, to whom the blake darcknes is resented for euer.
2:18 For when they haue spokē the swellinge wordes of vanytie/ they begyle with wantannes thorowe that lustes of the flesshe/ them that were clene escaped: but now are wrapped in errours. Is For when they haue spoken the greate swelling wordes of vanyte. they entyse thorow lustes in the volupteousnes of the flessh, them that were cleane escaped; euen them that nowlout in erroure; For when they haue spokē the swellinge wordes of vanytie, they begyle with wantannes thorowe that lustes of the flesshe, them that were clene escaped: but now are wrapped in errours. For in speaking swelling wordes of vanitie, they begyle with wantonnes through the lu9tes of the fleshc men that were cleane escaped from them which are wrapped in errours.
2:19 They promys them libertie/ & are them selues the bonde seruauntes of corrupcion. For of whō soeuer a man is ouer come vnto the same is he in bondage. whyll they promes them lybertie, where as they them selues at the bonde seruauntes of corrupcion. For of whom a man is ouer come, vnto the same is he brought in bondage. They promys them libertie, & are them selues the bonde seruauntes of corrupcion. For of whō soeuer a man is ouer come vnto the same is he in bondage. Promissing vnto them libertie, and are them seines the bond seruants of corruption: for of whom soeuer a man is ouercome, vnto the same is he in bondage.
2:20 For yf they/ after they haue escaped from the filthynes of the worlde thorow the knowledge of the Lorde and of the sauiour Iesus Christ/ they are yet tangled agayne therin and ouercome: then is the latter ende worsse with them then the beginninge. For of they (after they haue escaped from the fylthynes of that worlde thorow the knowledge of the Lorde and the sauiour less Christ) are yet tangled agaynetherin. ouercome then is the latter ende worso with them then the begynning. For yf they, after they haue escaped from the filthynes of the worlde thorow the knowledge of the Lorde and of the sauiour Iesus Christ, they are yet tangled agayne therin and ouercome: then is the latter ende worsse with them then the beginninge. For if they, after they haue escaped from the fUthinea of the worlde, through the knowledge of the Lord, and of the Sauiour Iesus Christ, are yet tangled agayne therin, and ouercome: then is the latter ende worsse with them then the begynning.
2:21 For it had bene better for them/ not to haue knowne the waye of righteousnes then after they haue knowen it/ to turne from the holy cōmaundement geuē vnto them. For had bene better for them, not to hau knowne the waye of ryghteousnes, then after they haue knowen it, to turne from the holy commaundement that was geur wnto them : For it had bene better for them, not to haue knowne the waye of righteousnes then after they haue knowen it, to turne from the holy cōmaundement geuē vnto them. For it had bene better for them, not to haue knowen the way of right uousenes, then after they haue knowen it, to turne from the holy commandement geuen vnto them.
2:22 It is happened vnto thē accordinge to the true prouerbe: The dogge is turned to his vomet agayne/ & the sow that was wesshed/ to her wallowinge in the myrre. But the same is happen wnto them that is vsed to be spoken of the true prouerbe. The dogge is to his vomet agayne, and the sow that was wesshed is turned agayne to walowynge in the myer. It is happened vnto thē accordinge to the true prouerbe: The dogge is turned to his vomet agayne, & the sow that was wesshed, to her wallowinge in the myrre. But it happeneth vnto them, according to the true prouerbe, The dogge is turned to his owne vomit agayne: and, The sowe that was wasshed, to her wallowyng in the myer.

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