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Emmanuel gave an interesting indication of an evil man in Mark 14:21. Here He was talking of the man who betrayed Him, causing His own death. Now all this was supposed to occur, but why to this man specifically?

Judas, as this scripture shows, was not born for this purpose. He happened to be just one of probably many who 'qualified' for such an evil deed. Consider why so. 

Judas was greedy, opportunistic and obviously did not really care who got hurt or even died in the process, as long as he could receive some financial gain, similar story today with evil corporations that are harming humanity in various ways:.Psalms 55:21 "The words of his mouth were smoother than butter, but war was in his heart. His words were softer than oil, yet were they drawn swords."

The story flow.

What kind of parents do you think that Judas might have had? 

Evil influences upon one dissipate the more love radiates in outgoing concern for others. But if a person feeds the dark side of himself, he heads further down the road of heartache.

If personal problems continue afflicting a person, be they anger, greed, resentment, confusion, depression, drinking, sexual perversion or whatever things unacceptable one may do that are offensive to self and to others, apply this and see what happens.

How to start on the road to love? See 'Compassion'.
 


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"Don't fight a battle if you don't gain anything by winning."
...George S. Patton
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