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1-2 Pedro Los lectores de la primera carta del Ap贸stol Pedro estaban confundidos y desalentados por la persecuci贸n que estaban experimentando a causa de su fe. Pedro los exhort贸 a permanecer firmes, record谩ndoles repetidamente el ejemplo de Cristo, las riquezas de su herencia en 脡l y la esperanza de que volver谩 a llevarlos al cielo. Explic贸 c贸mo los cristianos deben responder cuando sufren debido a sus creencias. Llamado el "ap贸stol de la esperanza", el mensaje de Pedro es primordial para confiar en el Se帽or, vivir obedientemente sin importar las circunstancias, y mantener su esperanza "fija en la promesa de Dios de liberarnos." El sufrimiento es de esperarse, pero es temporal y producir谩 grandes bendiciones para los que permanecen firmes. Se cree que Pedro escribi贸 esta carta a mediados de los a帽os 60 dC. la Segunda carta del Ap贸stol Pedro probablemente fue escrita poco antes de su muerte (alrededor del a帽o 67 dC). Pedro describe en t茅rminos v铆vidos c贸mo versiones torcidas de la verdad cristiana estaban siendo ense帽adas, recordando su experiencia de primera mano acerca de la gloria de Cristo en la Transfiguraci贸n. Pedro explica la verdad m谩s segura del evangelio como un ant铆doto para la herej铆a. El evangelio es como "una l谩mpara que brilla en un lugar oscuro" En el cap铆tulo 3 Pedro se enfoca en aquellos que se burlan de la idea del regreso triunfal de Cristo y del juicio final. As铆 como Dios una vez destruy贸 la tierra con agua, un d铆a la destruir谩 con fuego. A la luz de esto, debemos vivir en "santidad y piedad" mientras esperamos el regreso del Se帽or Jesucristo y la salvaci贸n que El ha prometido a todos los que creen en El. ==================== The readers of the first letter of the apostle Peter were confused and discouraged by the persecution they were encountering because of their faith. Peter urged them to stand firm, reminding them repeatedly of Christ's example, the riches of his inheritance in Him, and the hope that He would bring them back to heaven to be with Him. He explained how Christians should respond when they suffer because of their beliefs. Called the "apostle of hope," Peter's message is paramount to trust in the Lord, to live obediently regardless of circumstances, and to keep our hope "fixed on God's ultimate promise of deliverance." Suffering is expected, but it is temporary and yields great Blessings for those who stand firm. Peter wrote this letter in the mid 60s AD 2 Peter was probably written shortly before his death. Twisted versions of Christian truth were being taught, which Peter describes in vivid terms. Recalling his firsthand experience of the glory of Christ in the transfiguration. Peter explains the gospel's truth as an antidote for heresy. The gospel is like "a lamp shining in a dark place" In chapter 3 Peter focuses on those who make fun of the idea of 鈥嬧婥hrist triumphant return and final judgment. Just as God once destroyed the earth with water, one day He will destroy it with fire. In light of this, we must live in "holiness and godliness" as we await the return of the Lord Jesus Christ and the salvation He has promised to all who believe in Him. - Summary by Claudia R. Barrett

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