Sadly, we've all probably experienced betrayal at some point in our lives. It's natural to be hurt and for trust to be broken; however, our enemy wants us to cease trusting, perhaps even loving, altogether. That's not what God wants for us.
Remember, Jesus was also betrayed, which He knew was going to happen in advance, and He loved anyway. He didn't allow the pain of betrayal to rob Him of the ability to love and forgive, and we should't either.
As we study the final night that Jesus spent with His disciples, it may surprise us to find out who the betrayer really is...
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