A false teacher is often not a simple man who walks off the street and immediately gains access to your ears, heart and pulpit. For this man would have to prove himself, right? The false teacher is oftentimes someone who has a platform, has some level of authority and are role models.
For the bible says, in Jude 1:8 “… these people—who claim authority from their dreams—live immoral lives, defy authority, and scoff at supernatural beings.
The Danger of False Teachers
Even in the time of Jude, false teachers attempted and often succeeded in supplanting themselves in God’s church.
The directions given by the Holy Spirit through the servant Jude, was to all Christian saints. Both in the past, present day and definitely in the future. (Jude 1:1)
Jude was highly aware of how devastating this strategic attack of the enemy is. He asked for mercy, peace and love to abound in the churches that fall prey to this type of attack. This is especially needed not only because of the devastation to the spiritual conditions of the followers, but love is required in dealing with the individual or persons.
If a church is not equipped with the weapons of spiritual warfare, then Love, Christ Jesus, is more than enough to do, more than…
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