Cary Cox, from Jude 11-13. Jude doesn’t just list the sins of the imposters who have infiltrated the church. He takes the time to describe how bad sin is, by comparing these men to the worst sinners of the Old Testament. He poetically describes the selfishness, emptiness, and uselessness of these men, the danger they pose to the church, and the certain judgment they will receive from God. Let us see how bad sin is, and let us run to Christ!
Cary Cox, from Hebrews 10:26-39. The powerful warnings of Hebrews come to a climax, as two paths are set before us: We can shrink back from the church and ultimately from Christ, and face the fiery judgment of God. Or, we can draw near in faith until the end with the people of God, and receive the reward.