Jude

 

Chapter 1
1 Jude, a slave of Jesus Anointed, yet a brother of James, to the called ones, beloved in Placer Father, and kept in Jesus Anointed: 2 may mercy and peace and love be multiplied to you. 3 Beloved, doing every diligence to be writing to you about our common salvation, I have had necessity to write to you, entreating you to be contending in the belief once given over to the holy ones. 4 For some humans slip in, ones having been written long ago into this judgment, irreverent ones transferring our Placer’s graces into wantonness, also disowning our only Owner and Master Jesus Anointed. 5 Yet I am intending to remind you, you having perceived it all, that the Master, once saving a people out of land of Egypt, secondly destroys the ones not believing. 6 Messengers besides, the ones not keeping the chieftainship of themselves, but leaving their own habitation, he has kept under gloom, in unperceived bonds, into a judgment of a great day. 7 As Sodom and Gomorrah and the cities about them, into a manner like these, out prostituting and coming away after different flesh, they are lying before us as a specimen, experiencing the justice of durative fire. 8 Likewise howbeit, these dreaming ones also are indeed defiling flesh, yet they are repudiating dominion, yet they are calumniating glories. 9 The Michael, the chief messenger, when adjudicating with the Adversary, argued about the body of Moses, yet he dares not to be carrying on a judgment of calumny, but said, “May Master be rebuking you.” 10 Yet these are indeed calumniating as much as they have not perceived. Yet in as much as they are naturally adept, as the illogical animals, in these things they are being corrupted. 11 Woe to them, it being that they were gone in the way of Cain, and were poured out in the straying of the wage of the Balaam, and were destroyed in the contradiction of the Korah! 12 These are the spots in your love feasts, fearlessly having it well together with you, shepherding themselves, unwet clouds being carried aside by winds, sapless, unfruitful trees, dying twice, being uprooted, 13 wild billows of a sea, frothing the shameful things of themselves, straying gleamers, to whom the gloom of the darkness has been kept into a duration. 14 Enoch, yet, a seventh from Adam, also prophesies to these, saying, “Master came in ten thousand of his holy ones, 15 to do judgment against all, and to expose every soul about all of their works of irreverence, of which they are irreverent, and about all of the hard things which irreverent sinners speak against him.” 16 These are murmurers, complainers, going down the desires of themselves, and their mouth is speaking pompous things. They are marveling at faces, on grace* of benefit. 17 Yet you, beloved, be reminded of the declarations having been declared before by the commissioners of our Master Jesus Anointed, 18 that they said to you, that on a last of the time, there shall be scoffers going down the irreverent desires of themselves. 19 These are the ones secluding themselves, they being soulish, not having spirit. 20 Yet you, beloved, building yourselves up in your holiest belief, praying in holy spirit, 21 keep yourselves in love of Placer, toward receiving the mercy of our Master Jesus Anointed, into durative life. 22 Also indeed, be merciful to ones who are adjudicating^. 23 Yet some be saving, snatching them out of fire. Yet be merciful in fear, also hating the tunic spotted from the flesh. 24 Yet to the one able to guard you untripped, and to stand you flawless down in sight of his glory, 25 to an only Placer, our Savior through Jesus Anointed our Master, is glory, majesty, holding, and authority, before every duration, and now, and into all the durations. Amen.
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