Judas’ story serves as a warning. An enemy of Jesus can appear to be a close friend.… Read More The Mystery of Judas – Conclusion
“I’ve done something and you must fix it.” I looked at each of the men hoping to find a glimmer of pity. I only found arrogant disapproval. I tried again because there was nothing left to do but beg. I dropped to my knees.
“Take it.” I held out the coin sack to the nearest priest. “I made a mistake. I never meant for Rabbi Yeshua to be crucified!”
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He held me at arm’s length and questioned me with a look.
I answered him with a grin. He sighed, and dropped his arms.
“Do what you came to do.”
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Mary broke into new sobs and threw herself across the rabbi’s feet. I wanted to slap her. She was encouraging him in this foolishness. I stepped back from the table, stung by the Rabbi’s rebuke and confused in my thoughts.… Read More Wednesday
“Rabbi, ” Eli started with a mocking tone. “We know that you tell the truth and teach God’s way. So give me your opinion. Should we pay Roman taxes or not?”… Read More Tuesday Before Passover