Judas was a "coward and a traitor", to that which was good. Perhaps because of the negative vileness that surrounded him.<quoted text>kiss me judas
your kiss is cosmic
i'm ready to go into the light coming out of the dark
Unto the upright there ariseth light in the darkness: he is gracious, and full of compassion, and righteous.
And your off the wall, twisted and warped misligned not even a biblical quote teaches what?
No good anything?
That's what I thought.
MORE on Judas?
He made a conscience choice to betray Jesus - Luke 22:48.
He was a thief with greed in his heart - John 12:6.
Jesus knew Judas' heart was set on evil and that he would not repent - John 6:70, John 17:12.
Judas' act of betrayal was part of God's sovereign plan - Psalm 41:9, Zechariah 11:12-13, Matthew 20:18 and 26:20-25, Acts 1:16,20.
LESSONS to be LEARNED from the same
"An outward show of loyalty to Jesus is meaningless unless we also follow Christ in our heart. Satan and the world will try to get us to betray Jesus, so we must ask the Holy Spirit for help in resisting them.
Although Judas attempted to undo the harm he had done, he failed to seek the Lord's forgiveness. Thinking it was too late for him, Judas ended his life."
The BEST LESSON being:
"As long as we are alive and have breath, it's never too late to come to God for forgiveness and cleansing from sin. Sadly, Judas, who had been given the opportunity to walk in close fellowship with Jesus, completely missed the most important message of Christ's ministry."
FORGIVENESS of others, as well as self.