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Bible (Reina Valera) NT 26: Judas

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Bible (Reina Valera) NT 26: Judas by Reina-Valera is a powerful and insightful rendition of the biblical story of Judas Iscariot. The text is clear and easy to follow, making it accessible for readers of all backgrounds. The translation is accurate and faithful to the original text, allowing readers to immerse themselves in the narrative and gain a deeper understanding of Judas' role in the betrayal of Jesus.

The book offers a fresh perspective on a well-known biblical figure, shedding light on Judas' motivations and inner turmoil. Through vivid descriptions and thought-provoking commentary, the author brings Judas to life as a complex and tragic character, grappling with his guilt and ultimately meeting a tragic end.

Overall, Bible (Reina Valera) NT 26: Judas by Reina-Valera is a compelling and thought-provoking read that will appeal to anyone interested in exploring the complexities of human nature and the power of faith. Highly recommended for those seeking a deeper understanding of the biblical narrative.

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El Apóstol Judas era probablemente el medio hermano del Señor Jesucristo y el hermano de Santiago. Se cree que Judas probablemente escribió este libro alrededor del año 69 DC.

En esta carta Judas advirtió contra aquellos que, habiendo ganado la admisión en la iglesia estaban pervirtiendo la gracia de Dios, negando "a Dios que solo es el que tiene dominio y a nuestro Señor Jesucristo" . Judas usó ejemplos del Antiguo Testamento para advertir de estos "defectos" en la iglesia. Escribió múltiples denuncias de estas personas impías que "contaminan la carne y rechazan la autoridad” . Al mismo tiempo instó a los cristianos a mostrar piedad y amor hacia esas personas, convenciendo a algunos, "arrebatándolos del fuego" . El libro de Judas se cierra con una de las doxologías más hermosas de toda la Escritura. ¿ Quieres saber cuál es? Escucha esta carta del Apóstol Judas!


The Apostle Jude was probably the half-brother of the Lord Jesus Christ and the brother of James. It is believed that Judas probably wrote this book around AD 69.

In this letter Jude warned against those who, having gained admission into the church, were perverting the grace of God, denying "God alone who has dominion and our Lord Jesus Christ" . Jude used Old Testament examples to warn of these "blemishes" in the church. He wrote numerous denunciations of these ungodly people who "pollute the flesh and reject authority" . At the same time he urged Christians to show mercy and love to these people by convincing some of them by "taking them out of the fire" . The Book of Jude closes with one of the most beautiful doxologies of all Scripture. Do you want to know which one it is? Listen to this letter from the Apostle Jude!

Summary by Claudia R. Barrett

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