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Remembering Us

Remembering others. How often do we remember things or people? How often do we forget things or people? Unless we are always around someone, we tend to forget about them, don't we? There are so many things on our minds, on our agenda, on our calendars. We forget appointments, we forget birthdays or anniversaries, we forget to pick up something from…

You Shall Follow the Lord Your God

The last three weeks we talked about a walking with God, citing Enoch and Noah, in Genesis 5:22,24, and 6:9, and walking before God citing Abram in Genesis 17:1. We saw walking with God entailed a walk, exercised by faith of bringing Him nearer and nearer us, and making ourselves more conscious of His nearness to us. Wherever we find ourselves, we …

Walking Before God

The last two weeks we talked about walking with God, the two examples cited there were Enoch and Noah. Those came from Genesis 5:22, and Genesis 6:9, and those pointed out a continual communion with God that stemmed from faith. A practicing a presence of God on a continual basis, not a wandering about. It was a bringing Him nearer and nearer to us …

Walking With God Part 2

Last week we talked about a walk with God, as life we find to be a walk, a walk of faith in Him and not a wandering aimlessly without Him and without hope in the world. When we walk with God, we become more like Him as we become more like the ones, we spend the most time with. We saw in Gen.5:22-24, and in Gen.6:9, that Enoch and Noah walked with G…

Walking With God

What does that mean? How is it to be accomplished? Do the scriptures give us insights to accomplish it? Can just anyone walk with God? These are all good questions, and this phrase is only mentioned twice in scripture of two men that walked in the first 1500 years or so after Adam was created. There is much to say and much to learn if we are to get…

Keep Yourself in the Love of God Part 5

As we finish our study on Jude 20-21, we see the phrase, "Waiting anxiously for the mercy of our Lord Jesus Christ to eternal life. The Greek word for waiting anxiously gives us the idea of earnest expectation, to wait for but with a sense to welcome the One for whom we anxiously wait. This word promotes an attitude that is motivated by the promise…

Keep Yourself in the Love of God Part 4

As we look today at verse 21 in Jude, we saw in verse 20 that building ourselves up on our most holy faith, and praying in the Holy Spirit, would help us keep ourselves in the love of God. That is what we would like to look at today. As Jude exhorts us to contend for the faith we have, against the errors of apostasizers, we must do it in a loving w…

Keep Yourselves in the Love of God Part 3

As we look again at our great diamond in our Jude 21 text above, we have looked at one of three jewels that surround it in the text of Jude 20, and 21. It was building yourself up on your most holy faith. It is showing us to keep placing one block of Godly living upon another. A good example of what that would like is 1Peter 1:5-11. Then we looked …

Keep Yourselves in the Love of God Part 2

As we continue in our study of Jude 20, and 21, the diamond in our text is the keeping ourselves in the love of God, primarily meaning keeping ourselves in harmony with God's ever-present love. We talked about building one block of Godly living upon another, not just floating out there, not just letting go and letting God, but diligently seeking Hi…

Keep Yourselves in the Love of God

The above phrase is from Jude 21. Jude is exhorting Christians to contend earnestly for the faith in the book, for some had crept into local churches posing as believers, just as wolves would come into the fenced pen of the sheep. But it does not take long to find out and see who those ungodly persons are who turn the grace of our God into licentio…