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Peter & Judas

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  1. Therefore, Judas felt that taking his life was the only way out. Simon Peter’s Mistake. After Jesus’ arrest the authorities took him to court, Peter sat outside with others who had come to the event. Someone said to Peter, “You are one of his disciples, aren’t you?” Peter .
  2. May 10,  · One thing important to remember is that Jesus knew who Judas was and was capable of doing. He knew Judas was not a perfect man and would eventually betray Him. Jesus still gave Judas ample opportunities to change, but Judas chose the wrong path ev.
  3. Apr 22,  · Judas wanted a God of his own creation, a God as limited in forgiveness as fallible humanity. A lesson for us: when we despair, then we need to ask, to pray but not to make assumptions. Judas’ and Peter’s reasons for betraying Christ are less .
  4. Apr 17,  · “Judas, Peter” because we are all betrayers, taking silver and eating body and blood and asking (guilty) is it I and hearing him say yes it would be simple for us all to rush out and hang ourselves but if we find grace to cry and wait after the voice of morning has crowed in.
  5. Peter had dirty feet but a clean heart; Judas had an evil heart of unbelief, though perhaps an outward walk of apparent morality. And that is the sort of man who will betray Jesus. What Peter lacked was the understanding of love. Peter thought that he loved Jesus, and he did -- with all the human emotion of which he was capable.
  6. Apr 06,  · Peter would later experience that grace – and Christ’s forgiveness – first hand. In comparison, Judas never experienced that grace. By the time Jesus had died on The Cross, and that grace was being poured out upon the world, Judas was already dead.
  7. Peter and Judas both betrayed and denied Jesus, one walked to In Jesus Holy Name March 9, Lent IV Series: O.T. Challenges Redeemer Genesis “Cain: the Story of Alienation” This is the third message in our series: O.T. Challenges.
  8. Saint Peter the Apostle, one of the 12 disciples of Jesus Christ and, according to Roman Catholic tradition, the first pope. Peter, a Jewish fisherman, was called to be a disciple of Jesus at the beginning of Jesus’ ministry. Learn more about Peter’s life.

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