SEV Biblia, Chapter 2:10 ¶ y principalmente a aquellos que, siguiendo la carne, andan en concupiscencia de inmundicia, y menosprecian la Potestad; atrevidos, soberbios, que no temen decir mal de las potestades superiores;
Clarke's Bible Commentary - 2 Peter 2:10 Verse 10. But chiefly them that walk] That is, God will in the most signal manner punish them that walk after the flesh] addict themselves to sodomitical practices, and the lust of pollution; probably alluding to those most abominable practices where men abuse themselves and abuse one another.
Despise government.] They brave the power and authority of the civil magistrate, practising their abominations so as to keep out of the reach of the letter of the law; and they speak evil of dignities - they blaspheme civil government, they abhor the restraints laid upon men by the laws, and would wish all governments destroyed that they might live as they list.
Presumptuous are they] tolmhtai? They are bold and daring, headstrong, regardless of fear.
Self-willed] auqadeiv? Self-sufficient; presuming on themselves; following their own opinions, which no authority can induce them to relinquish.
Are not afraid to speak evil of dignities.] They are lawless and disobedient, spurn all human authority, and speak contemptuously of all legal and civil jurisdiction. Those in general despise governments, and speak evil of dignities, who wish to be under no control, that they may act as freebooters in the community.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 10-16 - Impure seducers and their abandoned followers, give themselves up to their own fleshly minds. Refusing to bring every thought to the obedience of Christ, they act against God's righteous precepts. The walk after the flesh, they go on in sinful courses, and increase to greater degrees of impurity and wickedness. They also despise thos whom God has set in authority over them, and requires them to honour Outward temporal good things are the wages sinners expect and promis themselves. And none have more cause to tremble, than those who ar bold to gratify their sinful lusts, by presuming on the Divine grac and mercy. Many such there have been, and are, who speak lightly of the restraints of God's law, and deem themselves freed from obligations to obey it. Let Christians stand at a distance from such.
Greek Textus Receptus
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Vincent's NT Word Studies 10. Go after the flesh. Compare Jude 7.
Of uncleanness (miasmou). Only here in New Testament. See on defilements, ver. 20. Compare Jude 8.
Despise government. Rev., dominion. Compare Jude 8.
Presumptuous (tolmhtai). Only here in New Testament. Lit., darers. Rev., daring.
Self-willed (auqadeiv). Only here and Tit. i. 7. From aujtov, self, and hdomai, to delight in. Therefore a self-loving spirit.
They tremble (tremousin). Compare Mark v. 33. An uncommon word in the New Testament. Luke viii. 47; Acts ix. 6.
Dignities (doxav). Lit., glories. Compare Jude 8. Probably angelic powers: note the reference to the angels immediately following, as in Jude 9 to Michael. They defy the spiritual powers though knowing their might.