He was a great teacher, teaching them the best way of life.
He pointed out their sins to them, corrected their wrongs.
He healed the sick amongst them,
the blind He made to see,
the lame He made to walk,
the deaf and dumb communicated,
those taken captives by evil spirits were set free.
Yes, He went about doing good.
But what did get in return?
One of His very own person sold Him for just a token, just when they had even wined and dined together.
What other betrayal could be worse?
The angry mob came for him with clubs, knifes and any weapon you could think of, as though they had come to persecute someone worse than a serial killer.
They took Him away.
They humiliated him, spat on him, jeered at him, just because he was a good man.
They could not bear the fact that someone seemed to know about the kingdom of God more than them.
Their ego didn’t let them see nor hear the truth.
They sought the biggest lies in their memory against him but found none.
They tried harder but could not find no wrong in him, but hatred filled their hearts that they couldn’t repent from their wrong.
All that mattered was to judge Him.
They just wanted to succeed in condemning him.
And you my brethren may ask,
“why did not God intervene?
Why did he let the enemy win? Why did he let the wrongdoers succeed in condemning His only Son, our Lord Jesus Christ who had done no wrong?
Just the same way I ask sometimes,
“If God loves me, why is He allowing me through this trial? What wrong have i done to deserve an unfair life?”
The answers are the same ,
“that the name of God be glorified and when we finally pull through the cross, He will lift us up higher than the ground we have been and all the world will see and hear our story and say,
“The Lord is indeed good, all the time”