False Teachers

Mission – April 22, Jude 5-13

Six Characteristics Of False Teachers

Abbotsford – April 22, Jude 5-13

Contend

Mission – April 15, Jude 3-4

  1. Jude was eager to write to his audience about their common salvation. What is this “common salvation” he’s referring to?
  2. There’s an appeal in verse 3 for Christians to “contend for the faith that was once delivered to the saint”. What does Jude mean by “contend”?
  3. These chosen, loved and kept christians (Jude 1), are to contend “for the faith”? Define “the faith” Jude refers to in this verse.

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Contend

Abbotsford – April 15, Jude 3-4

  1. What are the dangers of confronting false teaching? What are the dangers in not confronting it?
  2. How comfortable are you with the idea of confronting false teaching in the church? Do you cringe when a pastor does it? What makes you cringe? Or are you excited when a pastor does it? If so, why?
  3. How do you tell if a false teacher is false?

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Jude 1-2

Mission – April 8, Jude 1-2

  1. Why would Jude choose to introduce himself as a bond-servant of Jesus Christ?
  2. What would it take for you to submit to a sibling as their bond-servant?
  3. What does it mean for you to be a bond-servant of Jesus Christ?

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Called, Love, and Guarded Slaves

Abbotsford – April 8, Jude 1

  1. What kinds of images would you use to describe the way you think Christians really are?
  2. What kinds of images would you use to describe what Christians should be?
  3. How does the Bible describe Christians? What kinds of images does it use?

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