Love Worth Finding 12th July 2022 Devotional || What Does It Mean to Be Ungodly?


Love Worth Finding 12th July 2022 Devotional
Love Worth Finding 12th July 2022 Devotional By Adrian Rogers

TOPIC: What Does It Mean to Be Ungodly?

SCRIPTURE: “For certain men have crept in unnoticed, who long ago were marked out for this condemnation, ungodly men, who turn the grace of our God into lewdness and deny the only Lord God and our Lord Jesus Christ.” Jude 1:4

Love Worth Finding 12th July 2022 Devotional MESSAGE

Jude called those who had crept into the church ungodly. What does the word ungodly mean? It does not mean they did not mention God or even talk about Him. As a matter of fact, they spoke about God quite freely. He meant a person without reverential awe of God.

The basic ingredient missing in the life of an apostate is a fear of God. They talked flippantly and carelessly and blasphemously about holy things.

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In verse 8, we see the same idea, “Likewise also these dreamers defile the flesh, reject authority, and speak evil of dignitaries.” Their mouths and their tongues ran up and down through the land.

There was no fear of God before their eyes, and they feared not to mock and speak of holy things. They took things upon their lips that ought to make us tremble. They lacked reverence.

  • How does today’s devotion give you a new way of thinking about the meaning of ungodliness?
  • What are some ways you might tread close to ungodliness in your own life?

ACTION POINT: Take time in prayer today to ask God to show you where you have been flippant with the things that belong to Him. Confess what you sense and ask Him to lead you in holiness.

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