Teachings on the Letter of Jude
Keep Yourselves in the Love of God.
As Christians we must growin our knowledge of God and our love towards others.
We must learn to pray, trust God's power to keep us from sin, and seek to help the lost.
Remember the Words...!
The Word of God does not change and it becomes our anchor. Learn from the Bible so you may be prepared to stand against false teaching - and may become a mature, loving Christian.
Woe to Sinners!
We must be alert to false teachers and false beliefs that have become a part of the Church.
We must not fall into the errors of Cain, Balaam or Korah - but grow in truth and love.
Rebellious Sinners in Church
Drawing form the OT, Jude warns us about following the rebellion of false teachers and false Christians.
We must obey God and His standards (found in the Bible), and not pursue the world's morality - and sin.
God's Judgment of sin
Jude teaches that Christians cannot simply keep sinning, that our actions are evidence of our actual belief.
We must strenghten our relationship with our Savior, instead of rebelling against God and doind as we please.
We must learn to Contend for our Faith!
Beware that false teachers are creeping into your Church, that people with wrong doctrine are sneaking into your Bible studies and circle of influence.
There can only be One Jesus, the Jesus
described in the Bible!
Who are the "elect"? Whom does God "call"?
Can we be both chosen but still free?
Scripture says this is the case, and this sermon explores God's incredible love as salvation is offered to all people.
Introduction and background to the Letter
of Jude - the most overlooked book of
Why does Jude quote Enoch? Is our Bible
missing "lost" gospels? Can Jude be trusted if he (and others) quote non-inspired sources?
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