2 Peter Chapter 2:1-3

But false prophets also arose among the people, just as there will be false teachers among you, who will secretly bring in destructive heresies, even denying the Master who bought them, bringing upon themselves swift destruction.

  1. What were there among the people? 2 Peter 2:1
  2. What will there be among us? 2 Peter 2:1
  3. How will they bring in destructive heresies? 2 Peter 2:1
  4. Who will they deny? 2 Peter 2:1
  5. What will they bring upon themselves? 2 Peter 2:2
  6. Who will follow their destructive ways? 2 Peter 2:2
  7. Because of them, what will happen to the way of truth? 2 Peter 2:2
  8. What will motivate them to exploit you? 2 Peter 2:3
  9. What will they use to exploit you? 2 Peter 2:3
  10. What had not been idle, and what does not slumber? 2 Peter 2:3

2 PeterChapter2:4-11

Then the Lord knows how to rescue the godly from trials, and to keep the unrighteous under punishment until the day of judgment.

  1. Who did God not spare? 2 Peter 2:4
  2. Where were they cast down to? 2 Peter 2:4
  3. What are they being reserved for? 2 Peter 2:4
  4. Who else did God not spare? 2 Peter 2:5
  5. Who did He save? 2 Peter 2:5
  6. What is Noah called? 2 Peter 2:5
  7. How was the ungodly world destroyed? 2 Peter 2:5
  8. What happened to Sodom and Gomorrah? 2 Peter 2:6
  9. Why did God do this? 2 Peter 2:6
  10. Who did God deliver? 2 Peter 2:7
  11. How was Lot oppressed? 2 Peter 2:7
  12. How was that righteous man Lot tormented? 2 Peter 2:8
  13. What did he see and hear day after day? 2 Peter 2:8
  14. Who is God able to deliver out of temptation? 2 Peter 2:9
  15. What is God reserving the ungodly for? 2 Peter 2:9
  16. How do the ungodly walk? 2 Peter 2:9
  17. How else are they described? 2 Peter 2:10
  18. Although angels are greater in power and might, what do they not do? 2 Peter 2:11

2 PeterChapter2:12-17

But these, like irrational animals, creatures of instinct, born to be caught and destroyed, blaspheming about matters of which they are ignorant, will also be destroyed in their destruction.

  1. What does Peter compare them to? 2 Peter 2:12
  2. How do they speak? 2 Peter 2:12
  3. In what will they perish? 2 Peter 2:12
  4. What wages will they receive? 2 Peter 2:13
  5. Why do they go carousing in the daytime? 2 Peter 2:13
  6. What do they do while they feast with believers? 2 Peter 2:13
  7. What are their eyes full of? 2 Peter 2:14
  8. Who do they entice? 2 Peter 2:14
  9. What are their hearts trained in? 2 Peter 2:14
  10. What kind of children are they? 2 Peter 2:14
  11. What have they forsaken? 2 Peter 2:15
  12. In going astray, who have they followed? 2 Peter 2:15
  13. What did Balam love? 2 Peter 2:15
  14. Why was Balam rebuked? 2 Peter 2:16
  15. Who spoke to him? 2 Peter 2:16
  16. What did the voice of the donkey do to him? 2 Peter 2:16
  17. How are they like wells? 2 Peter 2:17
  18. How are they like clouds? 2 Peter 2:17
  19. What are they reserved for? 2 Peter 2:17
  20. How long will that blackness of darkness continue? 2 Peter 2:17

2 PeterChapter2:18-22

For it would have been better for them never to have known the way of righteousness than after knowing it to turn back from the holy commandment delivered to them.

  1. What kind of words do they speak? 2 Peter 2:18
  2. Through the lust of the flesh and lewdness, who do they allure? 2 Peter 2:18
  3. What do they promise? 2 Peter 2:19
  4. What are they themselves, slaves of? 2 Peter 2:19
  5. How is a person brought into bondage? 2 Peter 2:19
  6. What happens that makes the latter end worse for them than the beginning? 2 Peter 2:20
  7. What would have been better for them? 2 Peter 2:21
  8. Can people receive the truth, and then turn away? 2 Peter 2:21
  9. When a person turns back to the world, what proverb do they fulfill? 2 Peter 2:22