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Part 3: Beware of their nature and know their actions. Do not give them a greeting, and as result, share in their wicket ways. 2 John 10&11
Jude 1-25
Part 2: Judgement is coming on those do not repent and turn from their wicket ways.  Vengeance is the Lord's, He will repay.
Jude 1-25
Part 1: Now is the time to contend for the truth. Beware of those who turn the truth into an opportunity for their own self exaltation.
Jude 1-25
A Heart devoted to Love is a Heart that gives God glory!
1 Thessalonians 2:19-3:10
God expects more than just “good deeds”. He expects complete access to the totality of your person and practice.
Romans 12:1-2
Praise the Lord for He is Risen! Resurrection Sunday is coming!!
Romans 8:28-32
We don’t need to be encouraged. We need to be transformed!
Isaiah 61:1-3
A truly wise man does not look to himself for righteous, but delights and mediates on the Law of God, his firm sure foundation.
Psalms 1
Rejoice in God for he has promised total restoration, sealed in Christ's blood.
Psalms 63:9-11
Meditating upon your Word reminds me of your upholding right hand, in this my soul clings, and in this my soul is satisfied!
Psalms 63:5-8
The Work of Christ is God's ultimate display of love, in this His power and glory are seen most clearly, and in this we are revived.
Psalms 63:1-4
Because of who He is!
Psalms 100
Joshua the warrior: a foreshadow of Christ, who is the ultimate warrior and our victory!
Joshua 1:5-9
God's creation displays that all are accountable to his authority, yet his love shines as a bright light to bring us into his Fatherly care.
Psalms 19:1-6
Rest in Christ for he is our righteousness!
1 Timothy 3:14-16
Because we are his people: 1) give thanks, 2) sing praise unto His name, 3) glory in His name 4) seek Him 5) remember His great works.
1 Chronicles 16:8-13
What are you hoping in?
1 Corinthians 15:56-58
God's righteous standard = Our greatest joy!
James 1
God standard produces a genuine piety that pleases Him.
James 1:26-27
For it is when we turn our eyes to Christ and away from our "thorn" that we truly see His power and are given the ability to press on.
2 Corinthians 12:7-10
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Apostasy In the Church
Jude 1-25
Part 4: Not convinced of the final fate of the apostates? The first prophecy known to have been spoken by a man, Enoch, depicts their fate.
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Published July 15th, 2020
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Jude 14-16
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It was also
about these men
Content
that Enoch,
Explanation
in the seventh generation
Context
from Adam,
Separation
prophesied,
Manner
saying, “Behold, the Lord came
with many thousands
Accompaniment
of His holy ones,
Partitive
to execute judgment
Purpose #1
upon all,
Disadvantage
and to convict all
Purpose #2
the ungodly ...
their ungodly deeds
of all
which they have done
in an ungodly way,
and ... ... ... have spoken
the harsh things
of all
against Him.”
which ungodly sinners
These are grumblers,
finding fault,
following after their own lusts;
they speak arrogantly,
flattering people
for the sake
Purpose
of gaining
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an advantage.
Verses 14-16 Jude brings his description of the apostates to close by first providing a historical reference from a book his readers would have known well, 1 Enoch. Though this book is not canonical it would have served as weight to the understanding that a final judgment was coming. The respect that was given to Enoch who they knew "walked with God and was no more..." would have cause his readers to value this prophecy. 1) "to convict all the ungodly...of their deeds " a) All evil desires encompassing lust,greed and favoritism. 2) "to convict all the ungodly...of their words " b) The ungodliness of their speech flesh out in ultimate their goal in the blaspheme God. They do this directly and also against His people.
Verse 16: "These...grumblers" 1) Finding fault in everything God deems as godly. 2) Following their own lustful heart and mind. 3) They speak in the form of authority, adding to their own egos. 4) They speak speak smoothly, looking to entice the emotions of their audience. 5) Their purpose is self seeking and self promoting.
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