And be not likened unto this world, but be changed by the renewing of your minds, that you may discern what is the will of Aloha, good, and acceptable, and perfect.
MY beloved, now are we the sons of Aloha; and it is not manifest, as yet, what we are to become, but we know, that when he is manifested, in his likeness we are and see him, according to that which he is.
Work, therefore, fruits which are suitable to repentance.
who will change the body of our abasement to make (it) in the fashion of his glorious body, according to his great power, by which all is subjected unto him.
3 This first know you, that there will come in the last of the days deriders who will deride, as after their own lusts they walk,
4 and saying, Where is the promise of his advent? for, since our fathers have slept, every thing (abideth) as from the beginning of the creation.
5 Unknown to them is this while they are willing, that the heaven was from of old, and the earth from the waters and through the waters subsisted, by the word of Aloha:
6 those (waters) by which the world that then was, again (was covered) with waters, and perished.
7 But the heaven which is now, and the earth, by his own word are set, being reserved unto fire, unto the day of judgment and the perdition of wicked men.
Heaven and earth shall pass away, but my words shall not pass away.
Jeshu Meshiha is yesterday, and to-day, and for ever.
Repent therefore, and be converted, that your sins may be blotted out, and that the times of repose may come to you from before the presence of the Lord;
But we all with disclosed faces behold the glory of the Lord as in a mirror, and into the resemblance of it are changed from brightness to brightness, as by the Lord the Spirit.
No; but I tell you that all of you also, if you repent not, will thus perish.
Whoever therefore is in the Meshiha is a new creature; the old things have passed, and every thing hath become new
every good gift and perfect from above descendeth, from the Father of lights, with whom is no alteration, nor the shadow of vicissitude.
Behold, I tell you the mystery; We shall not all sleep, but we all shall be changed:
suddenly, as in the twinkling of the eye, at the last trumpet, while it calleth; and the dead will arise without corruption, and we shall be changed.