e are to live each day, learning from the past, with our eyes firmly fixed on the future, taking comfort in Jesus Christ, the only one who can preserve our souls on the Last Day.
The mercy of Christ compels us to show mercy to others, snatching them out of judgment, showing patience and grace, all the while despising the sin that stains them.
o be Spirit-filled in these Last Days, means to contend for the faith by submitting to God's word and building up one another in the faith.
Those within the church who reject God’s judgments and authority and would put their own words in the mouth of God are dangers to the church which will destroy it if they are not removed.
ude is saying that history teaches us that God cares very much about obedience and submission, even by those who have experienced his salvation and that true faith is characterized by obedience.
o contend for the faith is to strive to conform our lives to the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Jude calls the church to identify with the Servant of the Lord promised by Isaiah and in-so-doing to take great comfort that he is able to keep them for the Last Day.