The fallen angels and those in Sodom and Gomorrah rebelled against God's ordained and established order, as we see in Jude 1:6-7.
In the second part of chapter 3 in our study through Summary of Christian Doctrine, we examine proofs, examples, and methods of preservation.
All the Israelites came out of Egypt, all the Israelites saw the power of God, and all participated in worship, but not all of them believed, as we see from Jude 1:5.
In chapter 3 of Berkhof's Systematic Theology, we examine the three views on inspiration: mechanical, dynamic, and organic inspiration.
In this Easter message, we look at Zechariah 12:10, "And I will pour upon the house of David, and upon the inhabitants of Jerusalem, the spirit of grace and of supplications: and they shall look upon me whom they have pierced, and they shall mourn for him, as one mourneth for his only son, and shall be in bitterness for him, as one that is in bitterness for his firstborn."
We examine the wrong views on revelation and the right views, which are general revelation and special revelation (of which there are seven means).
Jesus Christ's reception into Jerusalem was bipolar - the multitude received Him with rejoicing, while those in Jerusalem were troubled, as we see in Matthew 21:1-11. What is your reaction to Jesus?
In the first message of a new Sunday school series through Berkhof's Systematic Theology, we ask the question, what is religion and where does it reside?
We are to earnestly contend for the faith, defending the truth from ungodly men crept in unawares, as we see in Jude 1:3-4.
We are wayfaring men on the way of holiness, a way prepared and protected by the Holy One Himself, as we see in Isaiah 35:8.
In this first message of a new sermon series on Jude, we examine Jude's introduction of himself and what it means to be sanctified in God.
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