Reason for Writing

Morning Service
Mar 5, 2023

The relativism of our age would have us think that we can believe whatever we want and do whatever feels good. In contrast, Jude, writing nearly twenty centuries ago, appealed to believers to contend for the faith and to beware of those who were distorting the gospel by exchanging its freedom for license. Alistair Begg reminds us that Jude’s appeal, while unpopular, is just as critical today. Genuine Christians must stand firm for “the faith,” neither adding to it nor subtracting from it, trusting that true freedom is found in Christ alone.

Topics: Christian Thinking, Authority of the Bible, Courage, Immorality

Jude 1:3-4


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