To Judas; Whom I Loved
Scripture References In Order

  • Luke 6:12-16 – Judas was called after Jesus had prayed night and day on the mountain.
  • Matthew 27:5 – Judas hung himself.
  • Luke 23:34 – Jesus asks His Father to forgive the one’s who were crucifying Him.
  • John 14:1-4 – Jesus goes to prepare a place.
  • Luke 6:17-19 – Jesus walks down from the mountain and heals many people.
  • Luke 9:1-6 – Judas was given power by Jesus to heal people and cast out demons.
  • Jude 1:4 – Certain men creeping in unnoticed.
  • 2nd Timothy 3:13 – Evil men and imposters will grow worse and worse deceiving and being deceived.
  • Luke 6:20-26 – Jesus looks at the disciples and then told of the Beatitudes and afterwards pronounces the woes.
  • Matthew 20:16 – Many are called, but few are chosen.
  • Matthew 10:22 – He who endures to the end will be saved.
  • 2nd Corinthians 7:9-19 – Repentance that leads to Godly sorrow.
  • Luke 6:27-18 – Love your enemies.
  • Romans 8:32 – He freely gives us all things.
  • Luke 12:22-34 – Jesus is more than enough.
  • Hebrews 6:4-6 – It is impossible to be partakers of His Holy Spirit and tasting the Good Word and then be renewed again by repentance if you fall away.
  • Matthew 13:22– Those who hear the word among thorns and then become unfruitful because the riches of this world choke the word.
  • Romans 1:28– Being given over to a depraved mind.
  • Luke 9:10-17 – Multitude of 5,000 fed.
  • Luke 8:49-56 – Little girl dead brought back to life.
  • John 9:1-41 – Man blind from birth receives his sight.
  • Luke 8:22-25 – Jesus calmed the storm while the disciples were in the boat.
  • Matthew 7:13- 14 – Way that leads to destruction.
  • Matthew 13:22 – Cares of this world.
  • 1st Corinthians 3:18 – Being wise in your own eyes and deceiving yourself.
  • Hebrews 3:13 – Hardened by sin’s deceitfulness.
  • Hebrews 3:12-14 – Had been partakers of Christ and then departed with an evil heart of unbelief.
  • John 14:2 – Mansions in heaven.
  • James 2:19 – Demons believe and tremble.
  • Matthew 7:21-23 – The Lord will say He never knew many people who think they will hear that He did.
  • John 12:6 – Judas stole from the money box and he did not care about the poor.
  • Mark 14:56-57 – Many bore false witness against Him.
  • Acts 1:16 – Judas was a blind guide.
  • Matthew 23:24-25 – What the Pharisees were like.
  • Jude 1:4 – Denying God.
  • Romans 14:12-13 – Stumbling block.
  • Jude 1:4 – False testimony.
  • Luke 22:23 – The disciples questioning themselves and their own heart on if they would betray Jesus.
  • Matthew 14:28-33 – Peter walking on water.
  • 1st John 1:5-10 – Walking in darkness or light.
  • Luke 22:47-48 – Judas betrayed Jesus with a kiss.
  • John 13:1 – Before the Feast of Passover.
  • John 13:2 – Satan had already overtook Jesus.
  • John 13:23 – Peter leaning on Jesus bosom.
  • Hebrews 9:11-15 – By means of death Jesus provided eternal life for everyone who has been called.
  • Hebrews 9:26-28 – Jesus died once to bear the sins of many.
  • 1st Peter 2:23-35 – He bore our sins in His body on the tree.
  • John 13:10-11- Jesus did not wash Judas feet because he had no part of Jesus.
  • Matthew 23:25 – Judas was someone who was only concerned about being clean on the outside.
  • John 3:16 – Jesus was crucified for a lost and dying world.
  • Luke 9:21-22 – Jesus predicts His resurrection in 3 days.
  • Revelation 14:14-15 – Jesus appearing with the angels.
  • Revelation 14:14-15 – This is when Jesus appears with the angels.
  • Matthew 24:29-31 – Jesus predicts his coming back with the angels at the end of the age.
  • Romans 16:16 – Greet one another with a holy kiss.
  • Mark 12:28-30 – First commandment.
  • Jude 1:4– Blending in while betraying people.
  • 1st John 3:14 – Loving the brethren.
  • 1st John 3:16 – Laying our lives down for the brethren.
  • Acts 1:23-26 – Matthias was chosen to take Judas place.
  • Mark 14:56-57 – Many bore false witness against Him.
  • Matthew 27:27-31 – Jesus being mocked.
  • Matthew 27:55-56 – Jesus followers minister to Him and look on from afar.
  • Luke 24:38-39 – Jesus appeared before the disciples in the flesh on the 3rd day.
  • John 20:24-29 – Thomas sees Jesus scars and believes.
  • To the Reader
    Scripture References In Order

    • 1st Corinthians 15:31 – Die for Jesus (In the spiritual sense here)
    • Acts 7:54-60 – Stephen first martyr stoned for Jesus.
    • Matthew 22:34-40 – First and second greatest commandments.
    • 1st John 2:3-11 – Walking in the truth with confidence and keeping His commandments.
    • Romans 1:24-25 – Worshiping Satan instead of God.
    • John 4:23 – What a true worshiper is.
    • Isaiah 43:7 – Everyone who has been called has been called for His glory.
    • 1st Corinthians 10:31 – Giving God glory in everything.
    • Matthew 5:16 – Letting your light shine before men.
    • 1st John 1:9 – If we confess our sins He will forgive our sins.
    • 2nd Peter 3:9 – He is not willing that anyone should perish but that all come to repentance.
    • Hebrews 9:26-28 – Jesus died once to bear the sins of many.
    • Psalm 103:12 – He forgives our sins as far as the east from the west.
    • Revelation 20:2-3 – Satan in bottomless pit.
    • James 4:4 – Friendship with the world is enmity with God.
    • Genesis 22:1-19 – Abraham is a friend of God.
    • James 2:14-24 – This verse confirms that Abraham was a friend of God. Also, listen to the word and do not deceive yourselves.
    • Revelation 20:11-15 – Throne of Judgment.
    • 2nd Timothy 4:7 – Running the race and finishing.
    • Matthew 10:22– He who endures till the end will be saved.
    • Hebrews 12:2 – He is the author and finisher of our faith.
    • Revelation 3:14-22 – People being lukewarm.
    • Genesis 1:1-31 – God created the heavens and the earth, animals, Adam and Eve, etc.
    • Revelation 12:11 – We overcome Him by the blood of the lamb and our testimony.
    • Jude 1:23– Pulling people out of the fire.
    • Revelation 21:8 – Lake of fire
    • Acts 2:4– Jesus appearing before the 11 disciples.
    • Luke 6:12-16 – There were 12 original disciples.
    • Acts 2:47 – more disciples added daily.
    • 2nd Timothy 2:24-26 – How a servant of the Lord must be.
    • 1st Corinthians 13:5-6 – Examining ourselves daily to see if we are in the faith.
    • 2nd Timothy 3:15 – Remembering to study the scriptures.