The account of Judas Iscariot in the Word: Part II
Judas Iscariot was greedy. He wanted wealth more than eternal life. And when received, it left a bitter taste in his mouth, and though he regretted his action, just like Adam and Eve regretted theirs and sought to hide from Mother’s presence because of the guilt, Judas killed himself. He was not reanimated on the other side. His payment for sin was paid in full at the time of his death. Psalm 146:4 “When his breath leaves him, he returns to the ground; on that day his plans die.” So with Judas his plan of being wealthy died with him.
And now we have raised yet another question that must be addressed. Why was he not reanimated on the other side since he was the offspring of Adam and Eve? Psalm 146:5 “Happy is the one whose help is the God of Jacob, whose hope is in the LORD his God, the Maker of heaven and earth, the sea and everything in them. He remains faithful forever, executing justice for the exploited and giving food to the hungry. The LORD frees prisoners.” Judas traded his hope for eternal life – the prospect of living in Paradise – for something thieves could easily have stolen from him. Pure greed on his part, so he forfeited his promised “hope” by willfully coupling two things together:
1. He planned to sin against his Lord Christ and Yahweh, and conspired with other evil men to do so.
2. He put his malice thought into action. With that done, he became the next casualty of this long drawn out spiritual war, but nonetheless, he did it to himself. Whether he listened to Satan’s inspiration is no less a defense than Eve’s defense that the serpent told her a lie to deceive her.
Just like Judas Iscariot was close to Jesus, Dawn Lucifer was a family member that was closest to the Throne of Yahweh. This made Dawn Lucifer’s wicked act much more grave than that of the visible intelligent creations up to that recorded time. With knowledge comes greater responsibility. Judas Iscariot found himself in the same boat as those others that rejected the Holy Spirits teachings. Each having been equally close to the throne of Yahweh, because Christ Jesus represented and still represents the throne of Father and Her sovereignty. Like Judas Iscariot, Dawn Lucifer had not only rebelled against the Throne of Mother’s Authority, but he had Profaned Her Great Name and Sanctuary, which is Heaven. He had birthed “sin” into creation.
Chronicles 6:23 “may You hear in heaven and act. May You judge Your servants, condemning the wicked by bringing what he has done on his own head and providing justice for the righteous by rewarding him according to his righteousness.” Yahweh alone condemns the wicked. Christ also judges, but Yahweh condemns those that Her Son judges as unworthy. She brings what a persons willfully do upon their own heads. In this way She provides justice for all of Her creation. If one bee steals honey, he has betrayed the whole hive and has caused a deficiency in what was otherwise a harmonious setting. Like when Judas Iscariot stole from the Money box. He sought personal gain. The love of sin brought him a step father off the Yahweh’s narrow path by selling out his Master for still more ill gotten gain. Just as Dawn who became Satan sold out our Mother by telling a lie to start a rebellion to Her throne of Authority. And look what that overt action has led to. Sins multiply, and the Way becomes compromised as things get farther and farther out of harmony. As disharmony becomes a rolling ball that picks up speed, factions evolve. You see it in humankind. The factions cannot come to any agreement that is long lasting,. Disharmony reigns as king. Even Satan cannot harmonize his own kingdom. Another reason his free will agency will not work. There must be an impartial Judge that will maintain law and order. Free will encompasses the ability to think freely, but not to sin against the One that gives that freedom.