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A/ THE BETRAYAL OF JESUS BY JUDAS (JOHN 18:1-11). What is the defining characteristic of Judas?. 1 . Judas stands out as a man with impure motives. - which led him to betray Jesus for monetary gain. 2. John paints a stark contrast between Judas and Jesus.

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1 judas stands out as a man with impure motives
1. Judas stands out as a man with impure motives

- which led him to betray Jesus for monetary gain

2 john paints a stark contrast between judas and jesus

2. John paints a stark contrast between Judas and Jesus

a) Judas put his own interest first

- which caused him to devalue others

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* Jesus was willing to give up his self-rights in order to become our Servant and Saviour. See Philippians 2:3-8 .
spiritual lesson are you and i willing to die to self by giving up our self rights luke 9 23
Spiritual lesson: Are you and I willing to die to self by giving up our self-rights (Luke 9:23)?
2 john highlights the differences between peter and jesus

a) Peter easily buckled under pressure even though he promised to be faithful unto death

2. John highlights the differences between Peter and Jesus

b) Jesus demonstrated calm composure and regal authority throughout his arrest and trial

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Comment of John Calvin

“ It was exceedingly thoughtless of Peter to try to prove his faith by the sword, while he could not do so by his tongue. “

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Spiritual lesson: Do you and I intend to show total loyalty to the Lord Jesus in times of persecution?
  • See Matthew 24:9-14
1 the appearances before annas and caiaphas
1. The Appearances before Annas and Caiaphas
  • What kind of person did Caiaphas turn out to be?
a caiaphas stands out as a man with malicious intention verse 14
a) Caiaphas stands out as a man with malicious intention (verse 14)

- which led him to plot the death of Jesus

b caiaphas was even prepared to conduct an illegal trial without proper witnesses
b) Caiaphas was even prepared to conduct an illegal trial without proper witnesses
  • - which clearly reveals that Caiaphas had no love for truth and righteousness
spiritual lesson
Spiritual lesson:
  • We must never sacrifice both truth and righteousness in order to condemn an innocent man.
2 the appearance before pontius pilate
2. The Appearance before Pontius Pilate
  • What was Pilate guilty of in conducting the trial of Jesus?
a pilate lived to please people rather than the living god verse 39
a)Pilate lived to please people rather than the living God (verse 39)

- which demonstrated that he had no fear of God in his heart

b pilate stands out as a man without moral principles verse 40
b) Pilate stands out as a man without moral principles (verse 40)
  • - which led him to release Barabbas instead of Jesus
a why did jesus refuse to give a direct answer to pilate s question verse 34
a) Why did Jesus refuse to give a direct answer to Pilate’s question (verse 34)?
  • Jesus wanted to ascertain Pilate’s personal understanding first
b what kind of kingdom did jesus come to set up on this earth verses 36 37
b) What kind of kingdom did Jesus come to set up on this earth (verses 36-37)?
  • A spiritual kingdom
  • A theocracy
c why did jesus remain silent when pilate posed him a question verse 38
c) Why did Jesus remain silent when Pilate posed him a question (verse 38)?
  • Jesus is only interested in sincere and serious seekers of the truth
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We tend to equate wickedness with overt evil and sinful actions.

Are you and I aware that impure and evil motives render us equally guilty before God on the Day of Judgement? See Romans 2:12-16.