The second letter of Peter is written “to those who through the righteousness of our God and Savior Jesus Christ have received a faith as precious as ours” (verse 1). This could apply to Christians anywhere, so Peter’s letter is called a general epistle (sometimes called a catholic epistle, after the Greek word katholikos, meaning general), because it was not written to a specific church.
References to: 2 Peter
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Jesus Christ is not merely a great role model or a great moral teacher who pointed us down the right road. He’s our all in all, our everything, the beginning and the end – the goal of our faith and our lives.
It’s interesting to take note of the admonition the apostle Peter gives in the conclusion of his second letter.