Thursday, May 28, 2020

Keeping the Faith A Study in Jude

An In-Depth, Theologically-Rich Study of the Book of Jude
In a culture of subjectivity and "speaking your truth," we need to know how to lovingly fight for our biblically-based, truth-filled faith. That's where Jude comes in. With a striking combination of humility, genuine love, doctrinal faithfulness, and directness, the biblical writer Jude teaches you how to treasure the gifts of salvation, the faith, the Church, and—most of all—Jesus Christ. By unpacking Jude's meaning-laden words, we can learn to keep ourselves for Christ, even as Christ is ably keeping us for Himself.
You'll be amazed at how much you can learn as you walk verse-by-verse through this small epistle. You'll learn:
  • Why Jude uses metaphors like waterless clouds and wild waves
  • What was going on in Jude's time theologically and why it matters
  • Why the warning passages can be a deep comfort to the believer
  • To appreciate new dimensions of your belonging in Christ
Get to know the oft-neglected voice of Jude, be comforted and challenged in your faith, and build community as you gather friends and study His Word together in Keeping the Faith.

My Thoughts:  With the world telling us so many lies, it is good to get into a study that helps guide the Christian in keeping the faith.  We are busy, the world is telling us so many untruths about God's word; it is wonderful to sit and study the book of Jude.  
Keeping the Faith is a six-week study that is broken down into  5 days of exercises and study.  It's not hard or time-consuming.  It is perfect for digging into the short book of Jude.  Everyone should study this book.  It's time to read, study, and become aware of what's happening in our churches and the world around us.  This study comes highly recommended.

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