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Since it was necessary for Jesus to be crucified, why was it still wrong for Judas to betray Him?
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Since it was necessary for Jesus to be crucified, why was it still wrong for Judas to betray Him?
Because at that instant,after Judas had taken the bread,Satan entered Iscariot.



By: Takao Ogawa
Category: Since it was necessary for Jesus to be crucified, why was it still wrong for Judas to betray Him?
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Matthew`s Biography of Jesus - Judas Agrees to Betray Jesus
In my view, i think Judas was wrong to betray Jesus despite it was a fulfillment of the scripture because Judas did it in exchange of money coins indicating that his heart was open for the stan to act.In addition, after he realised that he betrayed Jesus he hanged himself implying that if he had not sined he would have repeated for the sin committed by him.



By: john rwigamba
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