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Does God have a purpose in betrayal? Can it be a part of God’s larger providential plan? There’s no story in all of the Bible that answers these questions better than the story of Judas’ betrayal of Jesus.
When Judas kissed Jesus, he became guilty of one of the greatest sins of all time. This man had walked with Jesus for three years. He saw Jesus walk on water, feed the multitude with just a few pieces of bread and fish, raise Lazarus from the dead, and yet, even after all of this, he had never been born again—he never received Christ into his heart. And so he betrayed the Lord for thirty pieces of silver.
But even this greatest of betrayals was fulfilling Scripture—fulfilling what God had ordained from eternity past.
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