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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Jude 1:19

    CHAPTERS: 1     

    VERSES: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25




    King James Bible - Jude 1:19

    These be they who separate themselves, sensual, having not the Spirit.

    World English Bible

    These are they who cause divisions, and are sensual, not having the Spirit.

    Douay-Rheims - Jude 1:19

    These are they, who separate themselves, sensual
    men, having not the Spirit.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    These are they who separate themselves, sensual, having not the Spirit.

    Greek Textus Receptus

    3778 εισιν 1526 5748 οι 3588 αποδιοριζοντες 592 5723 {2: εαυτους 1438 } ψυχικοι 5591 πνευμα 4151 μη 3361 εχοντες 2192 5723

    Treasury of Scriptural Knowledge

    VERSE (19) -
    Pr 18:1 Isa 65:5 Eze 14:7 Ho 4:14; 9:10 Heb 10:25

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 1:19

    Estos son los que hacen divisiones, son como animales, no teniendo el Espíritu.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Jude 1:19

    Verse 19. Who separate themselves] From the true
    Church, which they leave from an affectation of superior wisdom.

    Sensual] yucikoi? Animal - living as brute beasts, guided simply by their own lusts and passions, their Bible being the manifold devices and covetousness of their own hearts; for they have not the Spirit - they are not spiritually minded; and have no Holy Ghost, no inspiration from God.

    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 19. These be they who separate themselves , etc.] Not from sinners openly profane; such a separation is commendable, being according to the will and word of God, to the mind and practice of Christ, and which tends to the good of men, and to the glory of God; but from the saints and people of God; it is possible that a child of God may for a time leave the fellowship of the saints, but an entire and total forsaking of them, and of assembling with them, looks with an ill aspect; nor did they separate themselves from superstition and will worship, and every false way of worship, which would have been right, but from the pure worship, ordinances, and discipline of God's house, by a perversion of them, and as being above them, or unwilling to be under any notice and government; not from errors and heresies, and persons that held them, with these they herded; but from the pure doctrines of the Gospel, and ministers of the word, and made divisions and separations among the churches, for worldly ends, and through pride and affectation of vain glory, as if they were more knowing, more holy, and more spiritual than other men: when they were sensual ; such as gave themselves up to sensual lusts and pleasures; and at best were but natural men, who had only natural and rational abilities, but without spiritual and experimental knowledge: hence it follows, having not the Spirit ; though they might have some external gifts of the Spirit; or he himself dwelling in them as a spirit of conviction and illumination, as a spirit of regeneration and sanctification, as a spirit of faith and comfort, as a spirit of adoption, and as the earnest and pledge of the heavenly glory; they were not under his influence, nor did they feel the operations of his grace, nor had they communion with him: hence they appeared to be none of Christ's, nor could they claim interest in him, and were without life, and so could not persevere.

    Matthew Henry Commentary

    Verses 17-23 -
    Sensual men separate from Christ, and his church, and join themselve to the devil, the world, and the flesh, by ungodly and sinfu practices. That is infinitely worse than to separate from any branch of the visible church on account of opinions, or modes and circumstance of outward government or worship. Sensual men have not the spirit of holiness, which whoever has not, does not belong to Christ. The grac of faith is most holy, as it works by love, purifies the heart, an overcomes the world, by which it is distinguished from a false and dea faith. Our prayers are most likely to prevail, when we pray in the Holy Ghost, under his guidance and influence, according to the rule of his word, with faith, fervency, and earnestness; this is praying in the Holy Ghost. And a believing expectation of eternal life will arm u against the snares of sin: lively faith in this blessed hope will hel us to mortify our lusts. We must watch over one another; faithfully yet prudently reprove each other, and set a good example to all abou us. This must be done with compassion, making a difference between the weak and the wilful. Some we must treat with tenderness. Others sav with fear; urging the terrors of the Lord. All endeavours must be joined with decided abhorrence of crimes, and care be taken to avoi whatever led to, or was connected with fellowship with them, in work of darkness, keeping far from what is, or appears to be evil.

    Greek Textus Receptus

    3778 εισιν 1526 5748 οι 3588 αποδιοριζοντες 592 5723 {2: εαυτους 1438 } ψυχικοι 5591 πνευμα 4151 μη 3361 εχοντες 2192 5723

    Vincent's NT Word Studies

    19. Separate themselves (apodiorizontev). Only here in New Testament. Themselves is unnecessary. Better, as Rev., make separations; i.e., cause
    divisions in the church. The verb is compounded with ajpo, away; dia, though; orov, a boundary line. Of those who draw a line through the church and set off one part from another.

    Sensual (yucikoi). See on Mark xii. 30. As yuch denotes life in the distinctness of individual existence, "the center of the personal being, the I of each individual," so this adjective derived from it denotes what pertains to man as man, the natural personality as distinguished from the renewed man. So 1 Cor. ii. 14; xv. 44. The rendering sensual, here and James iii. 15, is inferential: sensual because natural and unrenewed. In contrast with this is The spirit. The higher spiritual life. So the adjective pneumatikov, spiritual, is everywhere in the New Testament opposed to yucikov, natural. See 1 Cor. xv. 44, 46.

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