Many of us search for God’s will for our lives. If we feel he is not acting as quickly as we wish, we make decisions based on our wants, desires, or selfishness. Many times, our actions do not achieve the results we desired.
Judas decided to conspire with religious leaders to have Jesus arrested. Why did he do it? What was his goal? Did he really think he could force Jesus to declare His Kingdom and destroy the Romans?
These are questions we may not answer until we get to Heaven, but in our Good Friday Service, we will look at some of the reasonings and experiences which may have influenced Judas’ decisions.
Perhaps we can also look at our own lives and see that when things happen that we don’t understand, it’s likely that God is weaving his complex plan in not only our lives, but in the lives of others as well. We must be patient and wait on the Lord.
As Isaiah 14:27 says, "The LORD of Hosts Himself has planned it; therefore, who can stand in its way?"