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Judas

Hey Judas Traitor Was it worth it? Thirty pieces of silver can’t buy loyalty love or salvation And you can’t return them and regain what you gave up for naught

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Gospel Clerihews

The apostle John dropped his nets at dawn followed Jesus with the ten all became fishers of men ********* Simon’s son Judas by his betrayal showed us it’s not enough to meet God if a different path we trod ********* … Continue reading

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Betrayed, “Twas a Kiss

It’s Maundy Thursday, I decided today to join NaPoWriMo, and the lesson at dVerse today is to write a villanelle. At the convergence of these three things I wrote this poem: Betrayed, “Twas a Kiss Betrayed, ‘twas a kiss, the … Continue reading

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Betrayed and Denied – A Poem

Betrayed with a kiss by one whose feet He washed but whose heart remained unclean Denied three times by one whose feet He washed but who felt remorse and was restored May we all be like Peter and not Judas

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Of Hard Teachings, Betrayal, and Knowledge of Jesus

Last night I was reading John 6:60-69 from the Wordstrong schedule my church is reading for Lent.  I love this passage of John, in fact the whole of John 6 is a wonderful glimpse into Jesus’ ministry and the reactions … Continue reading

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Practicality Obscures the Divine

During Lent I decided to reread a book that I first read 7 or 8 years ago called The Day Christ Died by Jim Bishop. I remember thinking it was a great book the first time I read it and … Continue reading

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Psalm 41 – Blessing and Betrayal

This is another Psalm that covers a lot of ground. It starts by noting the blessing of those who care for the poor and how God cares for those He loves. It moves on to a prayer for mercy. Then … Continue reading

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