This smallest book of the New Testament is also, in many ways, the most provocative. There are over Old Testament references to Moses: only one refers to his body. The Real Reason Why study the book of Jude? Because it is written for us today.
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This smallest book of the New Testament is also, in many ways, the most provocative. There are over Old Testament references to Moses: only one refers to his body. The Real Reason Why study the book of Jude?
Because it is written for us today. It is written for the end times, for the end of the Church Age. The beginning of the Church Age was, of course, the Acts of the Apostles.
However, the end of the Church Age might be called the Acts of the Apostates. Jude is the only book devoted entirely to the great apostasy. It includes the oldest prophecy uttered by a prophet: of the Second Coming of Christ, declared before the flood of Noah!
This letter was written by the "brother of James," one of four brothers of Jesus. Why must we contend for the faith? This letter was written for us today. Over a million left Egypt, but only two Israelites over 20 who left Egypt ever reached Canaan! Despite the common reckoning, Canaan is not representative of heaven; the Jordan is not representative of death.
We are to leave behind the wilderness of doubt, defeat, and failures, and enter victory! We live in uniquely challenging times and this little book is truly essential for the unique challenges facing us today.
While we usually explore our Expositional Commentaries on a chapter-per-session basis, we have devoted eight sessions to this little one-chapter book!
If you like surprises, this tiny book will prove a unique pleasure as well as an essential equipping! This article was originally published in the.
Jude: An Expositional Commentary
The Book of Jude