- Who are the dreamers?
- Does defile the flesh have the same meaning now?
- Do people reject authority more today than in times past?
- What does the bible tell us about rejecting authority?
- In the end times, what happens with those in authority?
- Do you speak evil about dignitaries?
- Who is/are dignitaries?
- Who is the main accuser?
- Do we unintentionally work for Satan when we speak ill of/about God’s chosen vessels?
- Who is verse 5 written to?
- Who is verse 6 written to?
- Who is verse 7 written to?
- Is God a loving or jealous God or both and why?
- Was Israel really saved?
- What was the angel’s proper domain?
- Is this explained else ware in the bible?
- Are there cities like Sodom and Gomorrah today?
- What is meant by strange flesh?
- Where do we hear of this, the first time?
- How does the ‘Armor of God’ relate to verse 6?
- What can you learn from Sodom and Gomorrah?
- What are the stages of Apostasy?
- What can we learn from Lot?
- Is Lot a good role model?
- Why or why not?
We are in the last days, and as it says in the bible there will be a falling away. People start to mix up the truth and a lie. When the truth of God is attacked only the true believers who are in spiritual shape can answer the call.
False teachers have crept into all aspects of our lives today from the media to the pulpits. Christians should not be caught off guard, we need to make sure we have the ‘Armor of God’ on and are ready.
How can we tell we are in the last days? I am sorry to say it is easy; one way is to look at Rev 3:20 “Behold, I stand at the door and knock. If anyone hears My voice and opens the door, I will come in to him and dine with him, and he with Me.” When the passing of the offering plate takes center stage and the preaching of Jesus’ words doesn’t you know you have a problem.
I have broken the Book of Jude down to ten different studies because for this point in time there is a lot of information here in this book. As usual they studies are in question format so that one can do it by themselves or in a group.
The challenge to our faith is great so is the God who is able to keep us from stumbling. Jude 24-25 “Now to Him who is able to keep you from stumbling, And to present you faultless Before the presence of His glory with exceeding joy,
To God our Savior, Who alone is wise, Be glory and majesty, Dominion and power, Both now and forever. Amen”