and not conform yourselves to take age this, but transform yourselves by the renovation of the mind of you, in order that to prove you, what the will of the God, the good and wellpleasing and perfect.
Beloved ones, now children of God we are, and not yet was it brought to light, what we shall be; we know but, that if he should appear, like to him we shall be; because we shall see him, as he is.
Bring forth then fruit worthy of the reformation,
who will transform the body of the humiliation of us of like form with the body of the glory of him, according to the operation of the to be able him even to place under himself the things all.
3 this first knowing, that will come in last of the days with scoffing scoffers, according to the own lusts of themselves walking,
4 and saying: Where is the promise of the presence of him? from of which for the fathers feel asleep, all things thus remains from a beginning of creation.
5 It escapes notice for them this being willing, that heavens were of old, and earth out of water and through water having been placed together, by the of the God word,
6 by means of which things the then world by water having been deluged was destroyed;
7 the but now heavens and the earth by the him word having been treasured up are, for fire being kept to a day of judgment and destruction of the impious men.
The heaven and the earth shall pass away; the nut words of me not not may pass away.
Jesus Anointed yesterday and today the same, and for the ages.
Reform you therefore and turn you, in order that the to be wiped out of you the sins, that may come seasons of refreshing from face of the Lord,
We but all having been unveiled in a face the glory of Lord beholding as in a mirror, the same image we are transformed from glory to glory, even as from Lord of spirit.
No, I say to you; but except you reform, all in like manner you will perish.
So that if any one in Anointed, new creation; the things old passed away, lo, has become new the all things.
Every gift good, and every gift perfect, from above is coming down from of the Father of the lights, with whom not one change, or of turning a shade;
Lo, a mystery to you I speak: All indeed not we shall be asleep; all but which we shall be changed,
in a moment, in a twinkling of an eye, in the last trumpet. (It shall sound for, and the dead ones shall be raised incorruptible, and we shall be changed.)