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April 1915: Judas

Dear Arn,

How horrible!  I can imagine but only just imagine.  You didn’t provide much detail, but this much I gleaned from your letter: he was a member of your church; twenty-two years of age; had been emotionally distraught for some weeks; and gyrated between giddy happiness and morose sadness.   361 more words

Romans 3

Sunday Morning 4/19 (Unit 32, Session 2: The Last Supper)

This week our journey takes us to The Last Supper in John 13–17. Although this is the same event as we focused on last week, this week we are emphasizing Jesus washing the disciples’ feet. 438 more words


Assault from Nearby

We were conducting a medical and evangelistic mission in Mexico with our daughter, her husband and their Fishers of Men ministry. Our daughter Julie asked the host pastor’s wife how she could best pray for her. 681 more words

Words in Red - Betrayal?

Day 1956: TGIF: Thank God I’m Forgiven!!!

Context:  Jesus and His disciples were eating the Passover meal.

Scripture:  As they were reclining around the table eating, Jesus said, “The truth is, one of you will betray me; one who is here eating with Me.”  They were grieved and one by one they began to ask Him, “I’m not the one, am I?”  Jesus replied, “It is one of you twelve; one who dips into the bowl with Me.  227 more words

Jesus' Words

The Modern Judas

I will start by going out on a limp by saying that “99% of Christians know who Judas is”. Judas is the popular scriptural character who betrayed Our Lord Jesus Christ. 685 more words


“I’m in love with Judas”: Names and Taboos within the Scholarly Arena of Religion and Biblical Studies

Names provoke opinions, responses, and even controversy.  Lady Gaga’s song “Judas” is a perfect example of this.   Before this song was released, the title “Judas” stirred controversy throughout the nation just because of its name.  840 more words

Tuesday Church 14th April 2015 - Testifying to the resurrection

Readings: Acts 4:31-37; John 3:7-17


In the time of Jesus people lived under the tyranny of the Roman Empire. They were taxed by Rome, ruled by Rome, controlled by Rome and Roman soldiers. 995 more words