Theme: Stations of the Cross … Betrayed
No treachery is worse than betrayal by a family member or a friend. Julius Caesar knew such treachery. Among the conspirators who assassinated the Roman leader on March 15, 44 B. C. was Marcus Junius Brutus. Caesar not only trusted Brutus, he had favored him as a son. According to Roman historians, Caesar first resisted the onslaught of the assassins. But when he saw Brutus among them with his dagger drawn, Caesar ceased to struggle and, pulling the top part of his robe over his face, asked the famous question, “You too, Brutus?”
Today’s Sermon: “Betrayed”
Proverbs 6:15-19 & John 13:21-30
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