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  • PARALLEL BIBLE - Jude 1:23


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    King James Bible - Jude 1:23

    And others save with fear, pulling them out of the fire; hating even the garment spotted by the flesh.

    World English Bible

    and some save, snatching them out of the
    fire with fear, hating even the clothing stained by the flesh.

    Douay-Rheims - Jude 1:23

    But others save, pulling them out of the
    fire. And on others have mercy, in fear, hating also the spotted garment which is carnal.

    Webster's Bible Translation

    And others save with fear, pulling them out of the
    fire; hating even the garment spotted by the flesh.

    Greek Textus Receptus


    ους
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    Treasury of Scriptural Knowledge

    VERSE (23) -
    Ro 11:14 1Co 5:3-5 2Co 7:10-12 1Ti 4:16

    SEV Biblia, Chapter 1:23

    Mas haced salvos a los otros con temor, arrebatndolos del fuego; mas con esto aborreciendo aun hasta la ropa que es contaminada de tocamiento de carne.

    Clarke's Bible Commentary - Jude 1:23

    Verse 23. And others
    save with fear] "Some of them snatch from the fire: but when they repent, have mercy upon them in fear." - Syriac. "And some of them rebuke for their sins; and on others have mercy when they are convicted; and others save from the fire and deliver them." - Erpen's Arabic. Mr. Wesley's note has probably hit the sense. "Meantime watch over others as well as yourselves; and give them such help as their various needs require. For instance, 1. Some that are wavering in judgment, staggered by others' or by their own evil reasoning, endeavour more deeply to convince of the truth as it is in Jesus. 2. Some snatch with a swift and strong hand out of the fire of sin and temptation. 3. On others show compassion, in a milder and gentler way; though still with a jealous fear, lest you yourselves be infected with the disease you endeavour to cure. See therefore that, while ye love the sinners, ye retain the utmost abhorrence of their sins, and of any, the least degree of or approach to them." Having even the garment spotted by the flesh.] Fleeing from all appearance of evil. Dictum sumptum, ut apparet, a mulieribus sanguine menstruo pollutis, quarum vestes etiam pollutae censebantur: or there may be an allusion to a case of leprosy, for that infected the garments of the afflicted person, and these garments were capable of conveying the contagion to others.

    John Gill's Bible Commentary

    Ver. 23. And others
    save with fear , etc.] Meaning false teachers, who lead others into errors, and such as give themselves over unto sin, whether teachers or hearers, and who are obstinate and irreclaimable; even such as these, means should be used to save, if possible, by sharp admonitions and severe language; by denouncing the awful judgments of God, which threaten them; by inflicting on them church censures in a terrible manner; by declaring the terrors of the Lord, and of hell, and of everlasting damnation: pulling [them] out of the fire ; of their soul destroying doctrines, and of their filthy and unnatural lusts, and as it were out of the fire of hell, of which they are in great danger: hating even the garment spotted, by the flesh ; by which may be meant the conversation of those men, even their filthy conversation, which is to be hated, though their persons are not; but all ways and means should be used to save them; and this is one way, by showing a dislike unto, and a resentment at their wicked way of living, excluding them from church communion for it, and shunning all conversation with them. The allusion is not to garments defiled by profluvious persons, or menstruous women, as some think, but to garments spotted with nocturnal pollutions, or through unnatural lusts, which these persons were addicted to f35 . It was reckoned very dishonourable for religious persons, in the time of divine service, or on a sabbath day, to have on a garment spotted with any thing; if a priest's garments were spotted, and he performed service in them, that service was not right f36 ; and if a disciple of a wise man had any grease on his garments (on a sabbath day), he was guilty of death f37 .

    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


    ους
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    Vincent's NT Word Studies

    23. Snatching them out of the
    fire. The writer has in mind Zechariah iii. 2, a brand plucked from the burning. Compare Amos. iv. 11.

    With fear (en fobw). Lit., in fear; i.e., of the contagion of sin while we are rescuing them.

    Spotted (espilwmenon). Only here and Jas. iii. 6. See on 2 Pet. ii. 13.



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