Both the First Epistle of Peter and the Second Epistle of Peter are forgeries, the lies of Pharisees.
Pharisee Paul says that Peter is the apostle of the gospel of circumcision for the Jews (Galatians 2:8). So why is Peter preaching the gospel of uncircumcision in both Epistles? Both Epistles are forged documents, forged by the Pharisees to give legitimacy to their false gospel of uncircumcision for the Gentiles. Here is Peter allegedly saying:
2 Peter 3:15 "... our beloved brother Paul .... "
The true apostle, John, would not call Paul a "beloved brother" for John says:
3 John 1:11 "... he that does evil has not seen God."
And Pharisee Paul does evil, so John would not call Pharisee Paul a beloved brother, because a brother is one who obeys Christ, and Pharisee Paul is not obeying Christ because Pharisee Paul does evil, -- "he that does evil has not seen God":
Romans 7:19 "...I do evil ...."
So you see, both writings of Peter are really the writings of the Pharisees forged under Peter's name.
While Peter was with Jesus during the time Jesus walked the earth in the flesh, Jesus taught Peter and his other apostles:
Matthew 13:41-42 "The Son of God shall send forth his angels and they shall gather out of his kingdom all things that offend and them which do iniquity and shall cast them into a furnace of fire where there shall be wailing and gnashing of teeth."
Matthew 5:5 "Blessed are the meek for they shall inherit the earth."
Both said teachings of Jesus confirm that this earth shall be reigned over by Jesus, the kingdoms of the heathen shall become the kingdoms of the Son when Jesus returns; the evil and wicked shall be removed from this earth by Christ's Angels, and then shall be fulfilled the promise of Jesus that the meek shall inherit the earth.
Peter, being an apostle of the circumcision (follow God's written commandments), is well aware of the writings of the true prophets of God, such as Isaiah, Micah, Zechariah and others who write that the day will come when Jesus reigns on this earth:
Micah 4: "... it shall come to pass that the House of the Lord shall be established ... and many nations shall say: let us go to the House of the God of Jacob for the law shall go forth of Zion and the word of the Lord from Jerusalem ... and every man shall sit under his own vine, his own fig tree and none shall make them afraid ...."
The fact that Jesus shall return to this earth to reign from Jerusalem is confirmed by apostle John in Revelation:
Revelation 11:18 "... he shall destroy those who destroy the earth."
Revelation 20:6 "... they shall reign with Christ for a thousand years."
THEN, after the thousand years -
Revelation 21 "And I saw a new heaven and a new earth for the first earth and first heaven were passed away and seen no more."
The first heaven, the first earth are said to merely "pass away", nothing of this lie from the children of Hell that heaven and earth will burn with fervent heat. The only ones to burn with fervent heat will be Satan, his Beast, the false prophet, the evil spirits, the fallen angels, and those of mankind that God justly sends to Hell. Further, Christ reigns on earth for a thousand years, then earth and heaven "pass away" and God creates a new heaven and a new earth.
I shall not include the writing of John in Revelation in making my point here that Peter was taught by Christ and the prophets of God that Christ will return to reign on earth because that message was delivered to John by Jesus in Heaven, and Peter may not have known of John's revelation from Jesus. But I point out the writings of John that Jesus shall reign on this earth nevertheless. But even if Peter knew not of John's revelation, he still had ample evidence from the teaching of Jesus while in the flesh on earth and from the teachings of God's prophets of old that Jesus will return to reign on this earth, as set forth above.
Therefore, it defies logic that Peter would write:
2 Peter 3:12 "Look forward and hasten that day of God when the heavens shall be on fire and dissolve and the elements shall melt with fervent heat."
2 Peter 3:10 "The earth shall be burned up ...."
Peter did not go over to the dark side. The First Epistle of Peter and the Second Epistle of Peter are not the writings of Peter but are writings forged under his name by the Pharisees.
No wonder a lot of people reject this Pauline Christianity nonsense, as the Pharisees teach the Gentiles they are to long for, look forward to - to even hasten the Day of the Lord so that heaven, where God lives, is on fire - and the earth melts with great heat! And these bozos that rail against Israel, saying they have a death wish - well you church goers have a damnable death wish taught by your beloved Master, Pharisee Paul. Mentally deranged people try to hasten the Day of the Lord.
For those who long for the Day of the Lord, here's a word of caution for you to rethink your desire for the Day of the Lord:
Amos 5:18 "Woe unto you that desire the Day of the Lord ...."
In 2 Peter 3:12 Peter, who is well aware of the warning from God not to desire the Day of the Lord, says: "look forward to the day of the Lord"? Never would Peter say that! The First Epistle and the Second Epistle of Peter were forged by Pharisees!
Pharisee Paul says Peter is the apostle of the gospel of circumcision, which is to say Peter taught follow God's written commandments, just as his Master Jesus taught follow God's commandments (Galatians 2:8, Romans 15:8 and Matthew 5:17-20).
1 Peter 4:18 "Servants be subject to your masters both good and bad."
But Peter, being an apostle of the circumcision, would not instruct to disobey God's written commandments, yet that is what he does in 1 Peter 4:18, but then that is not Peter, it is a writing forged under Peter's name by the Pharisees:
Deuteronomy 23:15 "Do not return to his master a servant who has run away from his master."
The violated men of Africa who were kidnapped and sold into slavery to people living in America, well those evil people who follow the gospel of Pharisee Paul to the letter say slaves are to obey their masters, whether the master is good or bad; and evil people who followed that lie of the Pharisees condoned the suffering of slaves. Don't worry slaves, Christ has a great crown of glory to give you for your unjustified sufferings, but that is a lie of the Pharisees.
The reason the Pharisees drilled into the heads of their Gentile subjects the doctrine of:
1. Gentile slaves be subject to your bad masters
2. Unjustified suffering is the will of God
3. Unjustified suffering at the hands of a bad master wins Gentiles a crown of glory from Christ
is because some of these suckered and duped Gentiles became the actual slaves of Pharisees. Those Gentiles who were dumb enough to sell houses and land and all of their other possessions and hand the sale proceeds thereof to the Pharisees (false apostles, Acts 4 and 5) were thereafter destitute and at the mercy of the false apostles to take care of them. May be some Gentiles were able to escape after they realized they made a mistake, but for those stuck, they were at the mercy of children of Hell, the Pharisees. They became literal slaves to the Pharisees. The Pharisees, being children of Hell, were no doubt very evil masters to their Gentile slaves. So of course it makes sense for the evil Pharisees to teach their Gentiles that the suffering of slaves is the will of God; and that slaves will receive a crown of glory from Christ for their unjustified suffering at the hand of a bad master.
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