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!”
… Read More Passover Friday
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.”
… Read More Thursday, Passover Begins
“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
My rabbi, with sleeves pushed up to his elbows, wiped his brow and drank deeply from a water skin brought to him. He stood on the raised platform leading to the Court of Women and faced the crowd of pilgrims and Gentiles pressing him for understanding. What did his cleansing mean?… Read More Monday Before Passover