Jude, the servant of Jesus Christ, and brother of James, to them that are sanctified by God the Father, and preserved in Jesus Christ, and called:
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... vocal opposition to the apostasy and wickedness of his day (Jude...
... walk with God is mentioned, and he is elsewhere (Jude 14,15) said to have been a great prophet who prophesied of God’s ultimate judgment on all ungodliness at His coming, as well as its precursive fulfillment at the coming...
deep apostasy. Enoch, as the “seventh from Adam” (Jude 14), a contemporary of ungodly Lamech (Genesis 4:18-24), prophesied midway between Adam and Abraham, when God was dealing directly with mankind in general. Elijah prophesied midway...
... have been handed down to us fragments of their prophecies (Jude 14,15; Genesis...
which is also strongly implied by the New Testament passages (Jude 6, II Peter 2:4-6; I Peter 3:19,20). The Hebrew phrase is bene elohim, which occurs elsewhere only in Job 1:6; 2:1; 38:7. In these three explicitly parallel usages, the contextual...
rebels soon “perished in the gainsaying of Core” (Jude...
... by three writers in the New Testament (II Peter 2:15-16; Jude 11; Revelation...
... present at the scene (along with the archangel Michael–Jude 9), seeking to claim Moses’ body for some unrevealed but certainly nefarious purpose. 34:7 hundred and twenty years old. Moses had written that man’s normal life span by...
... hell (Greek tartarus) to await final judgment (II Peter 2:4; Jude...
... the troubled sea. In a like metaphor, Jude compares apostate teachers in the church to “raging waves of the sea, foaming out their own shame” (Jude...
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