Plucked up by the roots - And so incapable of ever reviving. A cloud. 14):--"Enoch, the seventh from Adam, pleased God and was translated, as there is to be a seventh day of rest, in which all will be translated who during the sixth day of the world's history are created anew by the incarnate Word." Ecclesiastes 7:1 - A good name is better than precious ointment, and the day of death than the day of birth.. 1 Corinthians 15:51 - Behold! Psalm 37:2 For they shall soon be cut down like the grass, and wither as the green herb. This simile suits the "false teachers of 2 Peter better than the "ungodly" of Jude. 1 Timothy 5:6 But she that liveth in pleasure is dead while she liveth. They are clouds without rain, blown along by the wind; autumn trees, without fruit and uprooted—twice dead. Do the ungodly struggle with sin? You. Does God make allowances for being sincerely wrong? Verb - Aorist Participle Active - Nominative Neuter Plural. (Comp. Clouds they are without water, carried about of winds; Ellicott's Commentary for English Readers, NT Letters: Jude 1:12 These are hidden rocky reefs in your (Jud. 1Peter 5:14. Carry off; by implication, to avert. The image is that of stars leaving their place in the heavens, where they are beautiful and useful, and wandering away (to the utter confusion of every one who directs his course by them) into sunless gloom, where their light is extinguished, and whence they cannot return. This is the message of the gospel. . Your view of weeping and gnashing of teeth I believe is spot on. See Introduction, I., and Note on 2Peter 3:2, to which, however, this is not quite parallel, for the writer there has already declared himself to be an Apostle (2Peter 1:1). P.S. John 3:3-6 (KJV) Spiritually speaking, to be twice dead means they must have lived, died, become 'born again' and subsequently died again. A primary preposition; under, i.e. Ju Jd) Christian Bible Study Resources, Dictionary, Concordance and Search Tools. "Ye" is emphatic in both cases: "ye," in contrast to these impious men. Not very. A relation of rest; 'in, ' at, on, by, etc. The epithets here are in logical order: in autumn, fruitless, dead, rooted up. This appeal to the authority of Apostles would be more naturally made by one who was not an Apostle, but cannot be regarded as decisive. (14) And Enoch also.--On the Book of Enoch, and this famous quotation from it, see Excursus at the end of the Epistle. Unless otherwise attributed, pictures are courtesy of Pixabay.com. Xvi. Would the writer of 2 Peter have neglected to avail himself of it? Trending RN - June 03, 2020. Both are, once again, dead. Several of the numbers connected with Enoch in Genesis seem to be symmetrical, and intended to convey a meaning. The former is preferable. When I think about the consequences of thinking or acting like the people Jude describes, it makes me shudder. Others, less simply, explain "trees in late autumn"--i.e., stripped and bare. John 8:46, and see Notes on John 16:8, and on 1Corinthians 14:24.) These men had allowed the spiritual part of then nature, of which they talked so much, to become so buried in the mire of sensual indulgence and human self-sufficiency, that it was utterly inoperative and practically non-existent. From agapao; love, i.e. Scripture taken from the HOLY BIBLE, NEW INTERNATIONAL VERSION®, NIV®. But it is just possible that as spiloi, St. Peter's word, may mean either "spots" or "rocks" (though most commonly the former), so St. Jude's word (spilades) may mean either "spots" or "rocks" (though almost invariably the latter). Hosea 6:4 O Ephraim, what shall I do unto thee? "Carnal" and "spiritual" speak for themselves--the one bad, the other good. Rather, these men are ostentatious generally, and yet do no good inflated and empty. The Bible speaks of the second death in Revelation 20:6, Revelation 20:14 and Revelation 21:8 that the Lake of Fire is the SECOND DEATH, that is died twice. Good point Jeff. "Without fear" goes better with "feasting with you"; but the Greek admits of either construction. The joke line that goes with a passage like today’s is, “So, Jude, tell us how you really feel.”. "Who separate:" who are creating a schism, like Korah and his company; claiming to be the chief and most enlightened members in the community to which they still profess to belong, though they turn upside down its fundamental principles. Born Once - Die Twice; Born Twice - Die Once "And I saw a great white throne and Him who sat upon it, from whose presence the earth and heaven fled away, and no place was found for them. The quotation is direct, and is introduced formally by a word which in Greek commonly precedes a direct quotation. Jude is someone who, we presume, knows the risen Lord. Hard speeches.--Comp. These are spots in your feasts of charity, when they feast with you, feeding themselves without fear. The meaning rather is, autumn trees (which ought to be full of fruit, and yet are) without fruit; in allusion, probably, to the barren fig-tree. The following passage from Irenaeus (IV. And I guess I am seeing (possibly incorrectly) that Jude is referring specifically to the gnashing of teeth variety based on how he describes them. So, to clarify – I do not see all the ungodly the same. I tell you a mystery. A place with absolutely no light. A tree uprooted does not grow back. Psychic is the middle term of a triplet of terms, "carnal, psychic, spiritual." do not use it, but it occurs six times in the New Testament. Pastor Joe continues in Jude. The writer piles up metaphor on metaphor and epithet on epithet in the effort to express his indignation and abhorrence. Having men's persons in admiration.--More simply, admiring persons (so the Rhemish version)--i.e., having regard to people of distinction, as Balaam to Balak. . Psychic, which comes between, is much closer to "carnal," and with it is opposed to "spiritual." Our Christian psychology is seriously affected by the absence of any English word for psychic--the part of man's nature which it represents is often lost sight of. And, again, I could be wrong. PLUCKED UP BY THE ROOTS We read also of twice-dead men in Jude 12. These are they who banquet together fearlessly, rocks in your feasts of charity. See notes on "2Pe 2:13". Thank you, both! When Jude describes them as "twice dead," he may be refering to the second death (Revelation 20:14; 21:8)—that they will die physically once, and then they will die spiritually the second time. Demonstrative Pronoun - Nominative Masculine Plural, Verb - Present Indicative Active - 3rd Person Plural. Nabal (1Samuel 25:3) has this epithet with the LXX., where the Authorised version has "churlish." Isaiah 57:20 is probably in St. Jude's mind: "The wicked are like the troubled sea, whose waters cast up mire and dirt.". These are the rocks in your feasts of charity, banqueting with you fearlessly. Verb - Aorist Participle Passive - Nominative Neuter Plural. Matthew 10:7. I guess when I think of the people Jude seems to be describing, I am not thinking of the ungodly struggle with sin that every believer deals with. That is our commission. by sozoman November 18, 2004. With ten thousands of his saints.--Or, among His holy myriads--i.e., encircled by them. Matthew 13:6 And when the sun was up, they were scorched; and because they had no root, they withered away. Waterless, i.e. (See on 2Peter 2:17.). Twice dead - In sin, first by nature, and afterwards by apostasy. On the difference of reading respecting the word for "feasts of charity," or "love-feasts," see Note on 2Peter 2:13. The translation should be the same in both passages. Including the feminine he, and the neuter to in all their inflections; the definite article; the. In an Orphic poem of the fourth century, spilades means "spots "; but this is rather late authority for its use in the first century. Wandering stars.--Nothing is gained by understanding comets, which have their orbits, and do not wander, in St. Jude's sense, any more than planets do. A hidden rock; fig: a flaw, stigma. (15) To execute judgment.--The Greek phrase occurs only here and John 5:27. Thanks Jeff. Wandering stars? I completely agree. They are clouds without water, carried along by the wind; fruitless trees in autumn, twice dead after being uprooted. Because of advantage.--For the sake of advantage--i.e., to gain something by it: like "for reward" (Jude 1:11). It does not mean "hard to understand." But I do want to clarify that we are absolutely to love on and share the truth with the unbelieving world. IX. Why twice dead? 2Peter 2:19.) The context rather leads us to suppose that these libertines claimed to be the only "spiritual" Christians, inasmuch as they said that to their exalted spiritual natures the things of sense were purely indifferent, and might be indulged in without loss or risk; while they taunted other Christians, who regulated their conduct carefully with regard to such things, with being psychic or "sensuous." Isaiah 56:11, which St. Jude may possibly have had in his mind; and see above, second Note on Jude 1:8. 5 2. St. Jude implies that this warning of the Apostles is well known to those whom he addresses. Fearlessly, shamelessly, securely, tranquilly. I would love to say, tell them about Jesus, but I really believe we should follow previous instructions to avoid them. He then adds that they are like waves. The mission of Enoch to the fallen angels is narrated in the Book of Enoch, 12-16. From apo and thnesko; to die off. (12) These are spots in your feasts of charity, when they feast with you.--Rather, These are the rocks in your feasts of charity, banqueting with you fearlessly (see next Note); or, These are they who banquet together fearlessly, rocks in your feasts of charity. Affection or benevolence; specially a love-feast. Plucked up by the roots - And so incapable of ever reviving. Had it been common when St. Paul wrote 1 Corinthians 11, he would probably have made a point of it; love-feasts in which there was no love. In 1Corinthians 15:44; 1Corinthians 15:46, the moral meaning is in the background; in the other three passages the moral meaning is prominent and is distinctly bad. 2) shows that he was acquainted with the book, and throws light on St. Jude's use of it:--"Enoch also, pleasing God without circumcision, was God's ambassador to the angels, although he was a man, and was raised to heaven, and is preserved even until now as a witness of the just judgment of God. 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