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Judas Iscariot is a tragic figure in the Gospels. He is known best for betraying Jesus Christ, leading to his crucifixion. John wrote this of Judas many years after the events occurred in the garden of Gethsemane: “he was a thief; as keeper of the money bag, he used to help himself to what was put into it.” 907 more words

Faith

Judas

Here I stand at the edge, a rope around my neck

How did I get myself in such a gory mess?

A tool of Satan – this I know, controlled in heart and mind… 67 more words

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The Way: Powerful Peace

https://frankboulet.files.wordpress.com/2018/04/20180418-the-way-powerful-peace.m4a

Then Judas (also known as Thaddaeus or Lebbaeus) asked Jesus a question (213). “Master, why will you reveal yourself to us & not to the world?” 264 more words

God

Saint Judas

Saint Judas

When I went out to kill myself, I caught
A pack of hoodlums beating up a man.
Running to spare his suffering, I forgot… 95 more words

Poetry

Lessons from Judas

The link below is to an article that looks at 4 things that can we can learn from Judas.

For more visit:
https://www.thegospelcoalition.org/article/4-things-learn-judas/

Article

GNOSIS: THE PRE-APOSTOLIC GOSPEL OF JESUS GNOSIS 1/10

The real betrayer of Jesus was Peter.

Jesus was a Jewish reformer, the logical outcome of whose teachings found expression in the teachings of Gnostic successors which were suppressed by the “apostolic” heirs of Peter. 200 more words

Gnosis