12 [a]These are rocks in your [b]feasts of charity, when they feast with you, without [c]all fear, feeding themselves: (A)clouds they are without water, carried about of winds, corrupt trees and without fruit, twice dead, and plucked up by the roots.

13 They are the raging waves of the sea, foaming out their own shames: they are wandering stars, to whom is reserved the [d]blackness of darkness forever.

14 And Enoch also the seventh from Adam, prophesied of such, saying, (B)Behold, the Lord [e]cometh with thousands of his Saints,

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Footnotes

  1. Jude 1:12 He rebuketh most sharply with many other notes and marks, both their dishonesty or filthiness, and their sauciness, but especially their vain bravery of words, and most vain pride, joining herewithal a most grave and heavy threatening out of a most ancient prophecy of Enoch touching the judgment to come.
  2. Jude 1:12 The feasts of charity were certain banquets, which the brethren that were members of the Church kept altogether, as Tertullian setteth them forth in his Apology, Chap. 3:9.
  3. Jude 1:12 Impudently, without all reverence either to God or man.
  4. Jude 1:13 Most gross darkness.
  5. Jude 1:14 The present time for the time to come.

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