A controversial video teaching on the Epistle of Jude 1:5-7, by Bill Rhetts (I zoom-in on verse 7)

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Naturally this sermon will be controversial to the worldlings, but unnaturally it will be controversial to postmodern emergent Christendom.

This sermon includes but is not limited to ~

  • A reminder of the Israelites, and a grave warning (applicable to North America)
  • How God imprisoned angelic beings on a Theological death-row
  • How the Israelites and fallen angels rebelled against God
  • How God reminds us of the sexual sins of Sodom and Gomorrah, and the soon-coming eternal destruction and demise of those who practice these wicked sins
  • How many ‘professing’ Christians have sinfully embraced homosexuality
  • How God will make a ‘specimen’ (in the Greek), or a spectacle out of the sexual immoral, and worldlings
  • Discerning the difference between the Lords church (His Bride), and unbiblical ‘churchianity’
  • A video excerpt of a Muslim news anchor, rightfully criticizing Americas cowardly pseudō-Christianity
  • What it means to ‘believe’ Biblically
  • The Second Coming of Christ
  • The state of our Nation
  • The homosexual agenda (and how one of their movements desire little boys)
  • The demise of our U.S. Supreme Court Justices
  • An apostasy through tolerance
  • A warning to spiritual cowards
  • A call to examine ourselves
  • A call to repentance
  • A graphic description of hell.

Verses 5-7 “Now I want to remind you, although you once fully knew it, that Jesus, who saved a people out of the land of Egypt, afterward destroyed those who did not believe. 6 And the angels who did not stay within their own position of authority, but left their proper dwelling, he has kept in eternal chains under gloomy darkness until the judgment of the great day— 7 just as Sodom and Gomorrah and the surrounding cities, which likewise indulged in sexual immorality and pursued unnatural desire, serve as an example by undergoing a punishment of eternal fire” (ESV).

“When these fallen angels came out of the hands of God, they were holy; else God made that which was evil; and being holy, they were beloved of God; else he hated the image of his own spotless purity. But now he loves them no more ; they are doomed to endless destruction (for if he loved them still, he would love what is sinful): and both his former love, and his present righteous and eternal displeasure towards the same work of his own hands, are because he changeth not; because he invariably loveth righteousness, and hateth iniquity. 2 Peter ii, 4.” – John Wesley

“The fallen angels are kept to the judgment of the great day; and shall fallen men escape it? Surely not! Consider this in due time. The destruction of Sodom is a loud warning to all, to take head of, and flee from fleshly lusts, that war against the soul, 1 Peter 2:11. God is the same holy, just, pure Being now, as then. Stand in awe, therefore, and sin not, Psalm 4:4. Let us not rest in anything that does not make the soul subject to the obedience of Christ; for nothing but the renewal of our souls to the Divine image by the Holy Spirit, can keep us from being destroyed among the enemies of God. Consider this instance of the angels, and see that no dignity or worth of the creature is of avail. How then should man tremble, who drinketh iniquity like water! Job 15:16.” – Matthew Henry

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