Dr. Michael Horton - White Horse Inn
Published on 08/25/2019
Jesus was not only despised and rejected by the Judaean authorities, but as we see in John 13, he was also betrayed by one of his twelve disciples. And yet, though all this was written about in advance by the prophets, John tells us that Jesus was deeply troubled by Judas’ actions, particularly in that it set in motion a chain of events that would eventually lead to his crucifixion. Nevertheless, it was for this hour that Jesus ultimately came into the world.