Jesus’ disciples were put to the test as Jesus prepared to make the final and ultimate sacrifice of his own life for their sake and for all the world.
What was different between Peter and Judas?
Judas deliberately betrayed his Master, while Peter, in a moment of weakness, denied him with an oath and a curse.
John says that Satan entered into Judas when he rejected Jesus and left to pursue his evil course.
Satan can twist:
* love and turn it into hate.
* holiness into pride.
* discipline into cruelty.
* affection into complacency.
* our sweet and light yoke into bitter and heavy one.
In this time of greatness, the Resurrection of our Savior, Lord and God if we submit to Him we will walk in the light of His truth and love.
If we turn our backs on Him we will stumble and fall in the ways of sin and darkness.
Judas or Peter?
Judas was stumble, Peter became the “Rock.”
Are you ready to follow Jesus in His way of the cross?
The Holy Spirit will give us grace and strength in our time of testing.
Happy Holy Week.
Hate, pride, bitter and heavy yoke come from the enemy.