Who Is Your Judas (Betrayer)? God is Exposing Your Judas

47 And while he yet spake, behold a multitude, and he that was called Judas, one of the twelve, went before them, and drew near unto Jesus to kiss him.

Luke 22:47


Your destiny can be influenced by the people around you. During the time of Jesus, the 12 disciples followed the Lord wherever He went and obeyed whatever He commanded. However, one of them, named Judas Iscariot, ended up being the one who betrayed Jesus. In the last supper, Jesus said, “But, behold, the hand of him that betrayeth me is with me on the table.” The Lord already knew who among His apostles will betray Him. Do you know who will be loyal to you and who will be your Judas?

In your life, you have to be certain that your circle of friends will be faithful and will be there for you when you need them. Otherwise, they will give you hardships, betray you or abandon you and leave you in despair.

The Spirit of the Lord told me that you are now experiencing trials not because the Lord is not there, but it is because of the negative people that you have in your life.

To attain deliverance from your trials, here is a list of four types of negative/toxic people that you need to release from your life as you sow your faith seed:

  • Somebody who doesn’t bring out the best in you.
  • Somebody who always brings you down.
  • Somebody who makes sure that your life isn’t moving forward.
  • Somebody who made you make questionable decisions.

If you have these people in your company, it is time to move away from them and their negative influence. They may appear as your friends, however, spiritually, the Spirit of the Lord revealed to me that they are working against you. Do not keep companions that are secretly not happy for you and what the Lord is doing in your life.

Hear me my beloved, once you sow your seed, you will receive a special audio prophetic prayer and eBook and it will help you be delivered from the Judases that are bringing you down in life.

Don’t stop praying and study the Word of God. The Word of God is our source of illumination. Illumination simply means lighting, meaning the Word gives us light and a sense of direction. It will help you see who is loyal and will lead you to the right people who will give you joy and positivity.

Listen beloved, I want you to do these prophetic acts with me:

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