Jude 1:9-11

How apostate teachers deny the truths of scripture, despise authority, and blaspheme in matters they do not understand.

Jude 1:8-9

Jude describes apostate teachers as proud dreamers, unfamiliar with reality, who are unafraid to slander celestial beings. They infiltrate the church by pretending to be what they are not.

Jude 1:6-7

More cautions that sometimes ministers of Satan come in like angels of light. And Jude reflects on the dire judgment of angels who sinned.

Jude 1:4-6

A word of caution against the church being secretly infiltrated by godless men who deny the truths of scripture. We are reminded of certain examples in the Bible of unfaithful people who were destroyed.

Jude 1:3-4

We must "contend for the faith" that was presented by the apostles, because godless men would be infiltrating the church. Can we contend without being contentious?

Jude 1:3-4

Jude warns the early church to "contend for the faith" (the Apostle's doctrine, the Gospel), because they were in danger of being swallowed up by false teachers.

Jude 1:1

Jude warns the Christians to reject false teachers, and to be active in trying to win back those who have been deceived or snookered by sin.

Zephaniah 3:9-20

As often is the case in the prophets, the book of Zephaniah ends with a bright ray of hope for Israel in the latter days, where a humble remnant will be hearty followers of the Lord.

Zephaniah 3:1-8

The prophet warns old Jerusalem that their chances of repentance were running out; ominous judgment was about to fall.

Zephaniah 2:2-15

An ultimatum, a call to seek the Lord while he may be found. And the prophet issues warnings to several of the nations that were surrounding Israel at the time.

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