Jude 1:19

“These be they who separate themselves, sensual, having not the Spirit.”

King James Version (KJV)

Other Translations

These be they who separate themselues, sensual, hauing not the spirit.
- King James Version (1611) - View 1611 Bible Scan

These are the ones who cause divisions, worldly-minded, devoid of the Spirit.
- New American Standard Version (1995)

These are they who make separations, sensual, having not the Spirit.
- American Standard Version (1901)

These are the men who make divisions, natural men, not having the Spirit.
- Basic English Bible

These are they who set [themselves] apart, natural [men], not having [the] Spirit.
- Darby Bible

These are they who separate themselves, sensual, having not the Spirit.
- Webster's Bible

These are those who cause divisions. They are men of the world, wholly unspiritual.
- Weymouth Bible

These are they who cause divisions, and are sensual, not having the Spirit.
- World English Bible

These ben, whiche departen hemsilf, beestli men, not hauynge spirit.
- Wycliffe Bible

these are those setting themselves apart, natural men, the Spirit not having.
- Youngs Literal Bible

Bible commentary

Wesley's Notes for Jude 1:19

1:19 These are they who separate themselves, sensual, not having the Spirit - Having natural senses and understanding only, not the Spirit of God; otherwise they could not separate. For that it is a sin, and a very heinous one, to separate from the church, is out of all question. But then it should be observed, That by the church is meant a body of living Christians, who are an habitation of God through the Spirit: That by separating is understood, renouncing all religious intercourse with them; no longer joining with them in solemn prayer, or the other public offices of religion: and, That we have no more authority from scripture to call even this schism, than to call it murder.

People's Bible Notes for Jude 1:19

Jude 1:19 These be they. Already this is being fulfilled. Who separate themselves. Who separate themselves from God and the communion of saints. Sensual, having not the Spirit. Living an animal rather than a spiritual life.

Discussion for Jude 1

  • Mary houston
    This passage I heard in my spirit mind, He let me know in my time of falling back into SIN that He is able to keep me me from staying there, an He Himself has presented in His presence GLORY thank you Father
  • PraiseFather
    We are living this today. It's just one chapter but covers so much ground. Praise Jesus.
  • Al
    Jude is the most poetic of all the books.
  • A disciple
    Dear Fred; you may find it interesting to do a word study about the number 666. Many people have strange "guessings" about what it means and how we are to recognize it; but with a Greek Interlinear New Testament and a Strong's Concordance you can look up the archaic and root meanings of the "numbers" and find that they imply a casting off of all restraint and going over all boundaries. Gen. 11:5-6
  • Fred
    Looks as if the end is upon us.
  • Alberta
    I think some is taking palace. Now

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