Isaiah 49: 1-6; Ps 70; John 13: 21-23, 36-38

 God calls His Servant even before he is born. His weapons will be himself - his own mouth a sharp sword. He will labour and feel he has got nowhere - but God has made him a light to the nations - and through him salvation will run to the ends of the earth.

Kingship and intrigue often go hand in hand. We cannot know what motivated Judas - was it disappointment and disillusionment? And yet, at the very moment of betrayal, Jesus sees it as the moment when he is being glorified.


Who is the King of Glory?

Reflect on the life of Jesus and see when the only "weapon" he had was himself - his words and his actions.

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