Sunday Walk 32

Shell on the Beach

I found this song on Dianne Marshall’s blog The Marshall Report. It makes me think of being born again in expectation of the end times.

JT Marshall, Glory’s Gate, I’m on Fire

I have been watching videos to better understand the Epistle of Jude. I wanted to know who those false teachers were that Jude warned the believers about and what was their message. While reading through John Gideon Hartnett’s post Bridge to Babylon and following his links things started to make sense even though Hartnett did not mention Jude at all.

Here is the bottom line as I currently see it. The false teachers used gnostic philosophy to discredit Jesus as our Lord and that conceptual error led to moral depravity.

There’s got to be more to it than that, but that’s how I see it at the moment.


η γαρ αποκαραδοκια της κτισεως την αποκαλυψιν των υιων του θεου απεκδεχεται

Romans 8:19 Textus Receptus with various translations
Wave on Smooth Sand

Author: Frank Hubeny

I enjoy walking, poetry and short prose as well as taking pictures with my phone.

5 thoughts on “Sunday Walk 32”

  1. That rings true to me as well, Frank. While I’m here I wanted to let you know that if you send a donation of ANY amount to TBN.org/Harbinger–they’ll send you a copy of Jonathan Cahn’s book Harbinger II. I’m going to get one 🙂 Blessings to you this Sabbath, and in the week to come ❤

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    1. I haven’t read his Harbinger books, but I do like Jonathan Cahn and I’ve heard him discuss these books in videos. We occasionally listen to his services. I like the Jewish perspective in his teachings. Blessings to you as well, Zelda!

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