Morayfield Community HallGrace Presbyterian Church is a family friendly church committed to the building up of the saints through faithfully teaching through God's word.  We have a range of ministries to suit all age groups and various activities throughout the week.

We meet each Sunday at 9am for Bible study and Sunday School groups and then at 10am for worship services at the community hall behind Bunnings near the Morayfield Sports Centre although on occasions, due to unavailability of the community hall, we may meet in other venues.

We invite you to join with us to worship the Lord and hear from his word this Sunday.

Reading your Bible book by book … What’s Jude all about?

Jude is about the dangers of compromising the gospel because of external pressure. This letter is written to a
community being tempted by false teachers who deny Jesus’ ways — and perhaps even his full deity — and
suggest watering down God’s standards to adapt to the surrounding culture. Jude warns Christians to guard
against compromise and evil; they should choose to rely on God’s power. Ultimately, Jude challenges us to keep ourselves faithful in the love of God — he knows the path that is healthy and life giving, because he is the one who created us. Jude is a short letter but contains some important themes that are echoed in 2 Peter. The following passages reflect some of Jude’s key teachings: • Believers are to identify and reject what is false (Jude 3–4). • Believers should know and live what is true (Jude 20–21). • We should demonstrate mercy toward wounded believers (Jude 22–23).

Key term. The false teachers in Jude’s community were changing the grace of God into licentiousness, a term that implies sexual sin (Jude 4). The false teachers taught a form of liberty from Old Testament law that promoted Christians pursuing whatever sexual
pleasures they desired. This behaviour was destructive and destroying lives. Jude encourages his audience to contend for the faith and its ways against these people (Jude 3–4). Jude’s strong words against false teachers parallel those of 2 and 3 John — where
believers are cautioned not to show hospitality to those who oppose the authentic Jesus and his ways.

– DIY Bible Study

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