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Notes from the Journey with the Disciples – 308

  1. Now Judas, who had betrayed him, knew the place (John 18:2).

He betrayed them all. He knew their places. He’d sat with them in their most challenging moments, engaged their most intimate conversations, and now betrayed the spaces that had become familiar and meaningful in their journey together. Why would Judas hang himself? His realization that he sold the moments of life’s meaning for a bag of coins. On that fateful night, Judas did more than provide intel on Jesus’ whereabouts. He led those with evil intent into their place–that spot where hope and truth had often merged with life-changing result. This wasn’t just a next stop on Jesus’ itinerary, but the place Judas knew Jesus would want to go. And he opened the door for the wicked to intrude…into what had been a treasured place.

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