Into the Night

”Above all, maintain constant love for one another, for love covers a multitude of sins. —1 Peter 4:8, NRSV

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Thank you again @bearcee. I love your articles.

The beauty of the Last Supper and the foot washing is that it encapsulates the gospel. Jesus washed the feet of ALL the disciples. He broke bread and ate with ALL the disciples, even Judas. Jesus knew the heart of Judas. Jesus’ willingness to wash and eat with Judas reminds us that salvation is for ALL.


The passion play is the model of collaboration between Church and state in the end time as outlined in Revelation 14. At such a time the words of Patrick Henry would be appropriate.

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At least a couple of the disciples knew that Judas had another problem.
It is recorded that Judas was the Treasurer for the group [however many
that was beyond the 12]. It is recorded that Judas paid himself a little more
than the rest of them.
Apparently Jesus did not embarrass Judas, knowing this, but showed love,
friendship, and sent him out with the others to preach the Gospel, heal the
sick, raise the dead on their missionary journey.

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