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John 18:2-3 (Judas)

Judas, the betrayer, knew this place, because Jesus had often gone there with his disciples. The leading priests and Pharisees had given Judas a contingent of Roman soldiers and Temple guards to accompany him. 1,063 more words

Daily Walk

Entry 0003: Like A Rolling Stone

LP: Royal Albert Hall 1966 by Bob Dylan

1978 The Amazing Kornyfone Record Label TAKRL 900

Favorite Track: Like a Rollin’ Stone

Jake and Lester stood outside the Free Trade Hall staring at the crowd forming in front of the nine-bay facade. 2,494 more words

60s

What happened to the Apostles?

A problem I find myself running time and time again is that most people do not know what and who I mean when I talk about “the early church fathers.” Because of the importance of the New Testament within almost all Christian circles, focus is always on Jesus and his disciples and the the Apostle Paul. 680 more words

Christianity

No Better Than Judas

Better is a little with righteousness than much gain with injustice. (Pro. 16:8)

Jesus chose his twelve disciples knowing one of them would betray him. Do you ever think about this? 818 more words

#2 interpretaciones bíblicas, la traición de Judas

“Quería hablar de la Traición, de cómo duele, cómo desgarra cual puñal, más cuando éste puede matarte o ser el clavo ardiendo del que con gusto colgaríamos con rotar algo menos de doscientos grados;  cómo la luz no es tal sin la sombra que la empaña que a la vez le da la vida; los claroscuros de muerte en la misma,  el terror a no ser,  desaparecer desasido por aquel a quien con gusto besarías.” 223 more words

Sesiones//sessions

11/19 - Judas' Tree


Today, Judas’ tree
with a tire swing.
Not a soul around
but Jesus
swinging in celebration.

Who among us has the
courage of Judas?
He loved the most. 57 more words

Poem

Evil spirit?

So God is supposed to be all good, right?  But what about these verses – God sends “evil spirits” to rile people up, to make bad things happen.   1,020 more words

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