2 Peter 3:10 DBY

10 But the day of [the] Lord will come as a thief, in which the heavens will pass away with a rushing noise, and [the] elements, burning with heat, shall be dissolved, and [the] earth and the works in it shall be burnt up.

Study tools for 2 Peter 3:10

  • a 3:4 - Or 'as they were.' For this rendering as the practical sense, see 'as he was,' John 4.6. The force is the present state: as that they have continued.
  • b 3:7 - Lit. 'the now heavens,' in contrast to the 'then world,' ver. 6.
  • c 3:9 - 'Purposing,' as Jas. 1.18.
  • d 3:11 - Conversation (manner of life) and godliness are both plural in Greek.
  • e 3:12 - The absence of the article is poetic here, 'because of which inflamed heavens shall be dissolved, and burning elements shall melt.'
  • f 3:17 - Ginosko, as ver. 3; ch. 1.20. It is oida in ch. 1.12,14; 2.9: see 1Cor. 8.1.