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REV JAMES D SPAULDING May 23, 2015 at 8:18 am

I JUST READ THE ARTICLE WAS JUDAS SAVED? I AM A MINISTER OF THE GOSPEL AND IT IS SURELY NICE TO KNOW THAT THERE ARE STILL FELLOW SOLDIERS OUT HERE THAT ARE STILL TELLING THE TRUTH AS IT IS PRESENTED FROM THE BIBLE. JUDAS WAS CERTAINLY NOT SAVED NOR DID HE REPENT. JESUS SAID OF HIM THAT IT WOULD HAVE BEEN BETTER FOR HIM NOT TO HAVE BEEN BORN. THE VERY LAST TRANSACTION THAT JUDAS CARRIED OUT WAS A DIRECT BREAKING OF THE 6TH COMMANDMENT. HOW THEN COULD HE OF BEEN SAVED OR MADE IT TO HEAVEN WHEN THE LAST THING HE DID ON EARTH WAS THE MURDER HIS SELF. KING SAUL IS ANOTHER EXAMPLE OF ONE DYING OUT OF FELLOWSHIP AND IN DISOBEDIENCE TO GOD. GREAT WORK MAN OF GOD KEEP IT UP GOD BLESS YOU.

Celia Vorster April 12, 2019 at 5:25 am

Thank you for the articles of Jack Wellman and the explanations about Jesus and Judas.

Jack Wellman April 12, 2019 at 1:29 pm

How kind of you my friend. Thank you Celia.

Mark February 27, 2020 at 1:32 am

When was Judas given the chance to repent? If he joined the rest of the disciples they would’ve killed him for what he did and he could not turn to god because Judas feared him, so Judas repented the best he could by renouncing the 30 pieces of silver and killing himself out of remorse. Also was the act of betrayal an act free will if Jesus predicted it? Also could Judas been used as justification for anti-Semitic acts and stereotypes during the middle ages?

Jack Wellman February 27, 2020 at 9:30 am

Judas had a chance to repent as long as he was alive, so therefore, his sin is on his own self. Judas showed remorse and regret and not repentance. We do not know whether he would have been killed if he joined the disciples, but his destiny was to betray Jesus as prophesied, and your speculation of “what if” won’t change that.

Mark February 28, 2020 at 12:23 am

The definition of repent is to feel regret or contrition witch Judas showed. Also would the all knowing and well meaning God willingly doom a man to hell. The god i know and love would never do this not even to save the whole world. This idea is talked about in the parable of the lost sheep is it not.

Jack Wellman February 28, 2020 at 10:58 am

Judas was called the Son of Perdition. You need to study this better and stop jumping to conclusions that are not from Scripture. Judas was a betrayer and never saved. It would be good for you to read the Bible and these accounts rather than assume God would do this or God would do that. You’ve created a god in your own image Mark.

Ado Danbaka kekema April 16, 2020 at 4:45 am

To me the issue of Judas the betroyer in
Regard to his salvation one can not conclude that
He will not be save . If repentance means regret and confession as Paul will mention in Rom10:9 ,now going back to the account of the gospel Matt 27:4 ” I have sinned ” the shows that Judas realized what he did was a violation by betroying an innocent blood
And Peter said Judas attude toward Jesus was a fulfilment of scriptures . And he served as a guide, so to me conclusion will be made .

Jack Wellman April 16, 2020 at 9:32 am

Judas had a chance to repent and didn’t but repentance means that he turned away from his sin and would have asked Jesus to forgive him, even after Jesus was arrestest Judas had a chance to ask God for forgiveness, so Judas had his chance but refused to repent. Remorse or regret are not part of repentance. God alone grants repentance (. He is called the “son of perdition” so it was already known that he woud betray Jesus. Please read this to show Judas was never saved: https://www.whatchristianswanttoknow.com/is-repentance-necessary-for-salvation/





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