Jude ends his letter with a magnificent doxology–a word of glory to God. In these final two verses Jude reminds us that our purpose, our chief end, is to glorify God and to enjoying him forever. We also see here that the certain and unchanging character of God and of the faith ought to draw […]
We naturally have a since of justice. We know that the punishment we receive should fit the crime. These things are in this passage of Jude. The punishment is found in verses 14 and 15. The crime that first this terrible punishment is found in verse 16.
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