An Uncorrupted View of Godly Leadership from Jude

An Uncorrupted View of Godly Leadership from Jude

As You seek understanding and clarity in your life you should always turn to your Heavenly Father for Guidance.

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In the brief book of Jude, we do not have opportunity to observe all that a godly leader thinks or does. Yet, we have opportunity to observe much. Though details are scant about Jude’s recipients, we know that they had received the apostolic faith, though they were at risk of forgetting it (Jude 5). We also know that false teachers and deceivers had found their way into the church, gaining sway over congregants—and it seems these interlopers were largely unnoticed (Jude 4).

Just Who Was Jude?

Jude began his letter’s salutations with, “Jude, a servant of Jesus Christ and brother of James” (Jude 1). Immediately, we can notice that Jude did not relate to his recipients on the basis of his full qualifications, for he was likely the half-brother of Jesus and/or an apostle. We have evidence, therefore, that he did not consider himself impressive. He spoke of some of his qualifications specifically for the purpose of serving the message of his letter. He did not view his attainments as important for serving himself. Rather, he employed them for the purpose of serving the message and calling of Christ—for the benefit of others and glory of God.

Jude was a writer and leader in the church who loved the good news of who Christ is and what He accomplished for the salvation of mankind. Jude desired to revel in the joys of this salvation, shared equally among him and his recipients, writing, “I was very eager to write to you about our common salvation” (Jude 3). He wanted to fellowship over the glorious truths that lead to eternal life and eternal peace with God—and do so in a way that would cause both writer and recipient hearts to rejoice.

Yet, instead of writing this message of only joy, he was compelled to write a confrontational message: “I found it necessary to write appealing to you to contend for the faith that was once for all delivered to the saints” (Jude 3). Jude found that to ignore his recipients’ theological peril—which, unremedied, would have grave eternal consequences—would be a violation of both his love for them and his responsibility as a leader. Jude’s confrontational message originated in necessity. False teaching had crept in; danger was afoot—and his recipients were not protecting themselves or their fellow church members.

Speaking Up Against False Teaching

Jude was willing to write this message of truth when he could not have been confident in his recipients’ responses. The recipients were not awakened to the danger they were facing. In fact, they were enjoying time with the interlopers—participating in Christian “love feasts” (Jude 12) with them, meaning, in communion. So, Jude was asking of the church members what very likely would trigger fractured relationships (if we assume unrepentance of the false teachers).

At the least, Jude was asking of his recipients certain actions of discipline and remediation of the dangerous issues that would run counter to the felt experience of enjoyable interpersonal interactions with these crept-in churchmen and/or churchwomen. How could Jude be sure that his readers would side with truth over experience? Despite the potential violence to his reputation, Jude took the risk—he was compelled to it because the danger of the false teaching for his readers was far more important to him than the potential of others’ judgment of him.

In his message and writing, Jude spoke plainly of God’s holy will and hope. He compassionately pled for his readers to listen to truth and obey it—to remember their originally received faith. He reminded them of the love of God and goodness of Christ frequently in a brief letter. He also did not avoid—indeed, in the bulk of the letter—the realities of sin, judgment, and condemnation for the unrepentant. He demonstrated no fear of man but only a righteous fear of God, knowing that the warnings of Scripture are to direct people to repentance and faith through being awakened to the high stakes of these spiritual matters.

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Women are looking for a fathers love

Women are looking for a fathers love. Its important that men understand women are looking for a fathers love and not get screwed. Woman more than anything are looking for a strong spiritual man to lead the future (the family). I think in a video Jesse Lee Peterson shares with us on his youtube channel he has been working toward and brings everything to a point of how young women are being hurt by men that are just looking to get laid instead of doing right and being in christ and setting a good example of a strong man. We must be in Christ, hate no one, love all, forgave thoses we resent, love what is right and support people who are walking with God.

Women need their fathers in their lives to be strong man to be good examples and not BETA men or weak examples of what a man should be. Its important that a man leads the way as Christ leads men, we as man need to fellow Jesus Christ to keep society from going to HELL.

Every day you can see or people watch how some men and women our living in hell without the right spiritual order then you will continue your hellish way according to 2 Peter. You can also find it in Romans. God will give you over to a reprobate mind.

And even as they did not like to retain God in their knowledge, God gave them over to a reprobate mind, to do those things which are not convenient. – Romans 1:28 (KJV)

In Romans 1, Paul refers to something known as a reprobate mind. If you’re not familiar with the term reprobate, the literal definition in the Greek is failing to pass the test, unapproved, counterfeit. How does this play out in the lives of men and women? And maybe even more importantly, what should your response be? Within this article, I am going to share with you five warning signs of someone with a reprobate mind and what I believe is the best way to approach this.

Spiritual Order – In The Family and Church

God the father

Jesus Christ

Father (Men over women)

Mother (Women over children)


How God Commands Us To Forgive Those Who We Have Resentment Toward.

All of us are tested everyday by our personal internal struggle coming from resentment of what happened earlier in our lives as children typically what our mother did to us, telling how our fathers were not good enough or driving us away from our fathers when we were children. We most go to the people that we have resentment against and forgive them. By forgiving our mothers or whoever we have resentment against, God will forgive us and we can return to the heavenly Father through our Lord and Savory Jesus Christ.

It was said if you don’t love everyone then you love no one. People today live like the Old Testament people did. We must forgive and love everyone as God Commanded us to do according to Matthew 22:34-40.

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After Reading The Passage I would Recommend Doing A Silent Prayer

Its is said: Be still, and know that I am God: I will be exalted among the heathen, I will be exalted in the earth. Psalm 46:10 King James Version (KJV)

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