Our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy have changed. We think you'll like them better this way.

The Judas Spirit of Betrayal (Four Dangerous Spirits to Avoid, Part 4)

  • Broadcast in Christianity
Daniel Whyte III

Daniel Whyte III


Follow This Show

If you liked this show, you should follow Daniel Whyte III.
Sunday Evening Evangelistic Message #124

TEXT: John 13:20-30

Four weeks ago, the first spirit we dealt with in this series titled “Four Dangerous Spirits to Avoid”, was the Pharaohistic spirit of pride. For the past two weeks, we have dealt with the second spirit to avoid in our series, the Saulish Spirit of Rebelliousness, Stubbornness, Disobedience and Witchcraft as shown in the life of Saul, the first king of Israel. Today, we are going to deal with a third dangerous spirit to avoid -- and that is the Judas spirit of betrayal.

Any governmental leader, church leader, spouse, business leader will tell you that the worst kind of person to deal with in life is a person you cannot trust, a person who is a liar, a person that you have to watch or the person that you have to have someone else to watch because you have a check in your spirit about them that they have the spirit of betrayal in them – they have the spirit of Judas.

Some of the most reviled people in history are traitors -- people who turn their backs on those whom they have promised to be loyal to. You might recall the name of Benedict Arnold who was a war hero during the American Revolution but he defected to the British, plotted to turn over an American fort to them, and led British soldiers on raids against Americans. John Anthony Walker, Jr., was a U.S. Navy officer who secretly spied on the U.S. for the Soviet Union for 17 years during the Cold War. If we go back in history, we will see the faces of the Romans Cassius and Brutus who murdered Julius Caesar....

+ Plus, listen to Matt Redman singing "10,000 Reasons" and Byron Cage singing "Great and Mighty"