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3 Saddest Verses in the Bible?

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Here with me, is analysis of three most saddest verses in the Bible that can leave you in total tears when you begin to read them.

1. The betrayal of Jesus by judas iscariot. (Luke 22:48)

"But Jesus said unto him, Judas, betrayest thou the Son of man with a kiss?"

This verse it is so painful and demoralizing. How comes a person selling his fellow human being with thirty pieces of silver? Is this not slave trade?.

OK hope all the Christians knows that Jesus was our savior and it was the will of God for Him to die on the cross to save humanity from eternal condemnation.(John 3:16).But why should Judas iscariot do this to the son of God?.

2. Content of Jesus's prayer in the Garden of Gethsemane. (Matthew 26:39-45).

Have you ever came across the content of Jesus's prayer before his arrest in the Garden of Gethsemane? Indeed death is painful.

We all know that Jesus was the son of God, but why pray to God for the removal of the cup of suffering from Him if it was Possible? This shows that Death is a point of no return.

3. Verse about those who were not found in the book of eternal life. (Revelation 20:15).

This verse talks about the future event that will take place in the world. It will be an event that no man or mortal being will withstand its fate and pressure.

"And whosoever was not found written in the book of life was cast into the lake of fire."

It will signal the end of humanity on the earth and beginning of new life in heaven (to those who will be found in the book of life).

But it will be a painful day for those whose names will not be found in that book. Can you guess what will happen next? They will be thrown in the lake of fire burning with sulfur.

Dear brothers and sisters, encourage each other, because eternal life is found only in Jesus. Jesus Christ is the only true way to heaven(John 14:6), no wonder the saddest verses surrounds Him alone and nobody else in the Bible.

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