Blessed be our Emmanuel! There is such comfort in the Scriptures. Thank you for reminding us of the timely message in Jude.
Note that Jude (who may have been named Judas—name changed so as to not confuse him with that other Judas who betrayed Christ) used a quote from the Book of Enoch —so the scriptures used by Jude and Jesus included this strange work. It was pulled from the Bible but rediscovered in Ethiopia—in their Coptic Bible. He was a Brother (or half brother if your a Roman Catholic) to Jesus but didn’t follow him until his death. Then became an apostle, with his brother James, he was mighty in the faith.