Peter exhorts believers to remember that the God's patience is for sinner to get saved (3:15). Peter draws support from Paul's writing (Rom 2: 4). False teachers twist the scripture for their own gain. Believers must be on guard against their destructive teachings. Patience is a godly virtue that we should imitate. God does not wish any should perish but that all should come to repentance (2 Pet 3:9; 1 Tim 2: 4). God never prepares anyone for hell but shows patience and mercy to all. People prepare themselves by their disobedience and rebellion for the wrath of God (Rom 9: 22, 23). The goodness and patience of God should lead us into repentance. Paul’s argument is that every time we condemn others and do the same thing, we condemn ourselves before God. Also when we continue to sin and do not repent we store up the wrath for the righteous judgment of God. We should not take God’s patience for granted and reject the gospel. How thankful that God’s love never ceases, His mercies never come to an end, and they are new every morning and great is His faithfulness (Lam 3: 22, 23). Peter concludes his letter by encouraging to grow in the grace and in the knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Have you received Jesus Christ as your Lord and savior? If not, why not today?