From early in the Gospel of Luke, we know that Judas is going to betray Jesus. Yet, as Alistair Begg makes clear, Judas’s betrayal is a sin of his own choosing. God foreordains all that happens and can bring good from evil, but He does not force us into sin. Instead, sin deceives us, hardening our hearts and changing our thinking. We must wait to turn from it to Jesus and the transformation He offers.
21But behold, the hand of him who betrays me is with me on the table.
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