The Lord Jesus knew that Judas would betray Him, yet He treated his betrayer as a friend, even at the Last Supper. In this scene we see the mysterious harmony between God’s sovereignty and human volition, as they work together to fulfill a predetermined purpose. Alistair Begg teaches us that we do not need to fully understand how these two truths can coexist – we simply rest in the fact that God is always just and good.
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