Black Spirituality Religion : Betrayal of Judas

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  1. dattaswami1

    dattaswami1 Well-Known Member MEMBER

    May 28, 2005
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    Betrayal of Judas

    Judas betrayed the human incarnation. Judas may be an ordinary human being or may be the servant of Lord who belongs to the innermost circle. Thus there are two possibilities. Let us examine the scripture in the light of both the possibilities. If he is an ordinary human being, he shall be punished by death given by the judgement or he shall punish himself by committing suicide. The latter part of punishment was advised by Lord Jesus Himself. Jesus told that it is better himself to cut ones own sinful hand than falling in the eternal fire.

    If the human being is a realised soul, he will follow the instruction of Jesus and will commit suicide. But if the human being is like an animal, he will betray the Lord and go away with the bribe. For such a fellow, the judgement in the court is required in this world. If he escapes the judgement here, he will certainly go to the liquid fire. Now Judas proved himself as a realised soul. According to Jesus, if you punish yourself for your own sin, you need not go to the hell. In Hinduism also, Manu Smruthi says ‘the sinner punished by the king in this world gets rid of his sin and goes to heaven.’ (Rajabhih Dhruta Dandastu …. Manu Smruthi).

    Even from the court of law, we know that a single crime cannot have two punishments. Therefore if you take Judas as an ordinary human being, then also, he need not go to hell. Now if you analyse the case, in the path of second possibility, the devotee of the Lord acted in that bad role and punished himself for his own sin. In that case he has given the message to the world and entered the inner circle of the Lord after playing his due role. In both these possibilities, the scripture applies in toto. The conclusion of both the possibilities is only that one should not betray the Lord in human form.

    If one betrays the creator it is better that he ends his life and join the list of unborn persons. This is the meaning of the statement of the scripture. Especially in the case of Judas, he became the disciple of Jesus for sometime. Betraying the spiritual preacher, who is the Lord in human form (Satguru) is the highest sin. No other way of repentance is justified. Betraying an ordinary human being itself is the highest sin. Betraying the Lord is higher than the highest sin. This shows the purity of the Lord and the importance that should be given to the Lord.
  2. Angela22

    Angela22 Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    There was more to Judas than only betraying the Holy Son, but also not believing the Son; for had he believed He came to die for all our sins so that we'd be salvaged and redeemed to our Father as He did, why would he be the one to hand He, who was supposed to be his friend, over?

    He doubted, and betrayed the Son of the Most High, so I don't believe it's a matter of him not being punished twice. Even the Son said it were better that he'd not been born, yeah? It was a crime greater than most, and Judas didn't care until after the fact.

    It doesn't mean any have to jump for joy in his punishment, but it should be a fearful lesson in the Father and the Son, and guide us all in belief and faith in the One who was resurrected from the dead, so that we'd all also have eternal life. Never think to do any of the Father's Beloved wrong, and that's especially for the Son, our Savior.