The Letter from Jude was written to warn against false teachers who claimed to be believers. In this brief letter, which is similar in content to 2 Peter, the writer encourages his readers “to fight on for the faith which once and for all God has given to his people.”
Outline of Contents
Introduction (1-2)
Character, teaching, and doom of the false teachers (3-16)
Admonition to keep the faith (17-23)
Benediction (24-25)
This letter is a warning against the influence of ungodly and immoral people who claimed to have spiritual authority based on visions they received. These false teachers were inciting believers to disobey Jesus Christ. The author cautions his readers to keep their faith in God and to help any among them who may have doubts.
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