Monday, April 24, 2006

Damned for all time

Judas wonders for the real reason for the betrayal. He tries to justify himself saying that he had to do that . He even said that Jesus wouldn’t care. He didn’t want a reward but he didn’t want to be damned for all time.
The priests show themselves cold. The voice of Annas is very odd . And Caiphas sounds like a thunder.
They ask him to give up the protest and they promise him a cash reward .
They want Jesus to be alone.
In the Gospels Jesus asks why they didn’t catch him when he was preaching in the temple.
The same question I ask myself, so will they need the participation of Judas?

Luis Agustin Casajus (Tini)


At 8:24 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

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At 8:26 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Tini:

I think it's a coward attitude. Judas tries to tell us that he isn't guilty.But it was his idea.We can see him all the time watching Jesus and showing us that he disagrees with the rest of the apostles.
Do you remember when he says: "I don't want your blood money" ? Don't you think it's too late?

4:24 PM

At 3:03 PM, Anonymous Santiago said...

Judas was really upset after he betrayed Jesus, so he thought that he'll be damned for all time. I think thet he wouldn't betray Jesus, but the fate did.


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