April 2, 2019

Subscribe to
Daily Readings

Subscribe By
Email

Tuesday
Jude 5-7, 11

Jude continues to warn the church about the apostasy (the blatant refusing to continue to follow, obey, or recognize their religious faith) that was finding its way into the church. Jude lays out the following historical examples and the sin that caused ruin in each instance:

  • The nation of Israel (unbelief)
  • Fallen angels (rebellion)
  • Sodom and Gomorrah (sexual immorality)
  • Cain (religious perversion)
  • Balaam (financial greed)
  • Korah (rejection of divine authority)

Jude issues a clear warning to the church to learn from past mistakes and to understand the ramifications of allowing these individuals to corrupt true believers. It is vital that we, who are called, loved by God, and kept by Jesus Christ (as Jude states in his opening greeting), apply Jude’s warning to our own lives and our own churches today.

January 14, 2021

Thursday – 1 Kings 19:1-8
Keep Reading

January 13, 2021

Wednesday – 1 Kings 18:41-46
Keep Reading

January 12, 2021

Tuesday – 1 Kings 18:30-40
Keep Reading

January 11, 2021

Monday – 1 Kings 18:20-29
Keep Reading

January 10, 2021

Sunday – Amos 2:6-8
Keep Reading

January 9, 2021

Saturday – Grace DayCatch up on readings from the week and spend some time in prayer.
Keep Reading

January 8, 2021

Friday – Amos 2:12-16
Keep Reading

January 7, 2021

Thursday – Amos 2:6-11
Keep Reading

January 6, 2021

Wednesday – Amos 2:1-5
Keep Reading

January 5, 2021

Tuesday – Amos 1:6-15
Keep Reading

January 4, 2021

Monday – Amos 1:1-5
Keep Reading

January 3, 2021

Sunday – The Coming of the Spirit Acts 2
Keep Reading

join Us

Attend

Listen to

Messages

A place to

Support

Contact Us

Have questions? Want more information? Reach out to FBC Lewisville and one of our team will get back with you shortly. We are here to answer any questions you may have about Christ, Salvation, the Bible, this Church, Events, or other things we can help with.

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.