10th Suicide

10th Suicide

  • It was when Judas was the closet to Jesus that Satan entered in.

Suicide is not a fitting topic for a web post – so forgive the medium applied to such a topic.

In short the more the world at large betrays the author of life – the God in Jesus – the more the spirit of Judas wins the day.

The spirit of Judas is marked by it’s end result of suicide.

“I have sinned,” he said, “for I have betrayed innocent blood.” “What is that to us?” they replied. “That’s your responsibility.” So Judas threw the money into the temple and left. Then he went away and hanged himself. (Matthew 27:4-5)

You have being, you have life, you have spirit, you have soul, you have emotions, you have hope because God gives such to all, good and bad for a time.

Eventually, if a man, does not seek the Living God, or remain faithful to the holy God they have come to know – sin by nature destroys lifefulness.

The world is approaching a time of the Great Betrayal, seen first in a Christian church that is betraying the Truth in droves.

Sin is by definition suicide. It is self-defeating, self-destroying and self-mutilating.

Think not that you will stand.

Many a person down through history has been driven to suicide because there comes a point, there comes a time, the is an instant when the destroyer of life, devil and demons, find room to enter into a person because rebellion against the Bible has created a vacant soul.

It was when Judas was the closet to Jesus that Satan, finding room, entered in.

As soon as Judas took the bread, Satan entered into him. (John 13:27)


Enumclaw.com : opinion that counts |  Thursday, April 14, 2016 | T. Williams

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She was also a Mayor’s Scholar and studied abroad last semester at the University of Melbourne in Australia, according to CBS Philadelphia.

University President Amy Gutmann and Provost Vincent Price released a statement following Kong’s death.

‘We are deeply saddened to report that a Penn undergraduate student was struck and killed this morning by a SEPTA train at the 40th Street Station,’ the statement said. ‘She was a bright, well-liked and successful member of our junior class.

‘We have been in contact with her family and have conveyed our deepest sympathies to them at this very sad and tragic time.’

Students mourned Kong at a vigil on Monday night, and friends organized a gathering in her honor on Wednesday, during which they raised awareness for mental health and discussed resources at the school.