The Letter of Jude

Morning Service
Feb 26, 2023

The book of Jude is a brief letter written by one of Jesus’ half brothers to urge the early church to keep the faith and to warn them about false teachers. But before broaching those subjects, Jude begins by establishing several truths that are vital for God’s people everywhere to understand. Alistair Begg introduces a study in Jude by looking at these opening verses, which remind us that as believers, we are called, beloved, and kept by God and recipients of His unending mercy, peace, and love.
Topics: Faithfulness of God, Grace of God, Love of God, Security of the Believer

Jude 1:1-2

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