#1. The letter begins with Jude identifying himself as a servant of Christ and a brother of who? (Jude 1:1-2)

#2. The content of Jude's letter was changed. He had originally wanted to write about salvation, but instead he feels that he must write about what? (Jude 1:3-4)

#3. Jude compares the false teachers to three characters from the Old Testament: Cain, who murdered his brother, Balaam, who would do almost anything for money, and which other man? (Jude 1:11)

#4. As a reminder of the consequences of sin, Jude recalls how God saved the nation of Israel from its bondage in Egypt. What did God then do to those who did not believe? (Jude 1:5-7)

#5. Jude speaks of which archangel, who argued with Satan over the body of Moses? (Jude 1:9-10)

#6. The false teachers, says Jude, are like clouds without water or trees without what? (Jude 1:12-13)

#7. Jude mentions a prophecy by the ancient Jewish patriarch Enoch. How many generations after the first man, Adam, was Enoch? (Jude 1:14-15)

#8. Jude reminds his readers of what the apostles told them. In the end times there would be evil men. These men are evil because they do not have what? (Jude 1:17-19)

#9. We should hate sin, says Jude, but we should be kind to sinners and try to pull them from what? (Jude 1:20-23)

#10. Jude ends his letter with praise to God, who can prevent us from doing what? (Jude 1:24-25)

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