"Many have argued over the fate of Judas Iscariot. Some have claimed that because God
orchestrates all things, and that His will is for salvation, then Judas must be in heaven.
The proof is that the Bible records his remorse over betraying Jesus up to those who
wanted Him killed. Others claim that there is no way that Judas was forgiven and is now
in heaven because he was a traitor against God, he deserves to spend eternity in hell,
and his last action was to again take matters of life away from God and into his own
hands. Truthfully, we really don't know where Judas is because that decision is not ours. It
is God who judges the hearts and intents of men. What we do know is that Simon Peter
felt that the disciples of Jesus needed to replace Judas with someone who was of like
mind, who had been a witness of Jesus, and had been taught by Him. The book of Acts,
chapter 1, reveals how the disciples moved forward after Jesus had ascended to heaven,
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