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Turn Betrayal Into Blessing

Turn betrayal into blessing.

I write this post during the Holy Week.

Betrayal for money is an age-old psycho-spiritual trauma.
Judas was a follower of Jesus.
He walked close to Jesus.
But there was doublemindedness about him.
In the end, Judas betrayed Jesus for money (Luke 22).
In many ways, Judas can be like a lot of people, including you and me.
Judas opened the door to Satan.
We live in an age where many are abandoning the faith.
Through the idol of money, among others.
Judas’ story is a warning to guard our hearts.
Or, we drift away to eternal destruction.
It’s a reminder that nothing good comes out of betraying the Savior and Lord.


It leads to …

— His glorious resurrection

— the full payment of the sins of humankind through His sacrificial death

— death of death, no longer to be feared

— a life of meaning while on earth

— the Way to eternal life in heaven for those who receive and live for Jesus as their Savior and Lord

turn betrayal into blessing

Betrayed by a loved one? Friend? Etc.?

A lot doesn’t know this: It’s a TEST.
A test often comes before promotion. Find the meaning of your pain.
Issue is not the betrayal itself.
But how you respond to it.
That becomes a stepping stone
To greater blessings in the journey
Of life, faith, serving, and relationships.

Romans 8:28
“We know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.”

Joseph said to his betraying family members, “As for you, you meant evil against me, but God meant it for good in order to bring about this present result, to keep many people alive.” (Genesis 50:20)

Turn betrayal into blessing.

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