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Betrayal - a Christian perspective
When Judas kisses Jesus, it signifies one of the great betrayals of all time. What is most interesting is Jesus' reaction. In Matthew's account, he simply tells him to do what he needs to do. He accepts the betrayal as the done deal that it was.

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - I'll Watch Your Back - #4362
Now, it's good to know there's someone watching your back when there may be a lion ready to pounce on you. And we live in a world where people pounce on other people all the time. That's why we need today's word for today from that great chapter, 1 Corinthians 13, beginning at verse 5.

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - Burned Grass, Beautiful Grass - #4093
It's one of those "strange ways of God." The fire that burns also produces beauty later on. If you're going through the fire right now, that's something you probably need to know right now. Because at the moment, you can only see the burning - you can't see the beauty. You will.

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - Playing Judas - #5243
Judas betrayed Jesus and he never came back. While there's a Judas, there's also a Peter; one close to Jesus who turned his back on Jesus. But Peter is living proof that a denier, a betrayer, can come back!

Matthew 26: 47- 75 - Into Thy Word Ministries
Arrest and Betrayal. This passage continues the theme of missed opportunities. Jesus takes His Disciples from the Upper Room into the garden a short walk away, where He prays passionately to the Father for the empowerment and enablement to continue His mission with success. He knew...

Matthew 26: 17- 46 - Into Thy Word Ministries
Supper and Betrayal. Now begins Jesus’ final hours as being fully human; His life here on this earth is at a close. He knows some of His Disciples will betray Him; one will manipulate Him for selfish greedy reasons then forsake Him; another will betray Him out of confusion and...