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John 18:1-27 – Betrayal and Treachery

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John 18:1-27 – Betrayal and Treachery

Betrayal to ______________________ John 18:1-3

Jesus ______________ Himself to be arrested for something He did not do. Matthew 26:53

__________ in the face of betrayal John 18:4-09

Mercy is something ____ should strive for.

Betrayal by __________________ John 18:10-11

Not everyone who betrays us is seeking to ________ us.

When you are betrayed, how can you use it to ______________ ______?

Treachery of Unlawful ____________ John 18:12

We must look to God for ______________________.

Treachery of Unlawful __________ John 19:13-14

To fulfill ______ __________ for our salvation, Jesus allowed Himself to be unlawfully tried.

 

Betrayal of ____________ John 19:15-18, 25-27

Peter was relying in his ______ strength instead of __________ strength and thus denied Christ.

When people oppose the ways of God, your ______________ may itself be a denial of Christ.

Treachery of Illicit __________________________ John 18:19-24

There may be times coming soon when we are brought before courts and tribunals ______ ______ ________ ____ ____________.

Τhe expense of His freedom would be the ______________ ________ of those He was sent to save.

Communion 1 Corinthians 10:15-21, John 6:48-58