by Jim Perdue

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The Danger of False Teaching (Continued) (4 of 7)
Series: The Contender - Jude
Jim Perdue
Jude 12-19


We continue our Wednesday night series through the NT book of Jude. Our series is entitled, The Contender as we walk through this NT book.

*Fire ants have virtually taken over the southern United States since they were accidentally transported here a few decades ago. They are amazingly adaptable, fiercely aggressive, and multiply seemingly overnight. Worst of all, insecticide sprays generally can't destroy the mound's inhabitants. Like a mighty army they have marched in, impervious to brute force. Scientists have now found a rather crafty way to wipe out whole colonies. Pellets of the ants' favorite food are tainted with a special tasteless, odorless poison and sprinkled around the mound. The worker ants immediately begin gathering up the tainted treasure and take it down into the heart of the colony. Then they unwittingly feed the poisoned pellets to their queen, slowly killing her! When the queen dies, no more workers are produced, and so in a couple of weeks the entire colony starves to death. How ironic! Food that looked so good caused their starvation. That is how it is with false doctrine. Those who lack discernment import it into the heart of the church, thinking it is harmless and in fact quite good. If any wise ''ant'' smells the poison and protests, he is ridiculed! And in the end the next generation starves to death spiritually. *

Tonight, we continue a sermon from two weeks ago entitled The Danger of False Teaching. Last time we looked at verses 5-11…

The characteristics of false teaching: 5-7

The Exodus - the sin of spiritual infidelity: 5

The Angels - the sin of personal idolatry: 6

Sodom and Gomorrah - the sin of sexual immorality: 7

The cause of false teaching: 8-10

They love depravity: ''defile the flesh…''

They reject authority: ''reject authority…''

They commit blasphemy: ''speak evil of d ...

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