Who Are "These People?"

Morning Service
Apr 2, 2023

Ever since the church began, false prophets have infiltrated congregations, leading others astray by denying Christ’s power and abusing God’s grace as an opportunity for immorality. In his epistle, Jude made sure his readers would be able to recognize “these people” by issuing three charges against them: they pollute the flesh, they reject authority, and they slander God’s truth. Noting the relevance of Jude’s warnings today, Alistair Begg teaches that while only God can pronounce judgment, He is also a merciful God who forgives those who trust in Jesus.

Topics: Christian Thinking, False Teachers, Immorality, Judgment, Warnings, Wrath of God

Jude 1:8-10


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