Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)

Judas Doomed Son Of Perdition? - Poem by Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)

Man of Sin Son of Perdition
the star that fell from heaven
the man doomed to destruction

warns of antichrist archetypes opposing God
Jesus in John 17: 12 in reference to Judas Iscariot
said of all his disciples none has been lost except

the 'son of perdition'
'the one doomed to destruction'
Judas' sealed character destiny...

It was Jesus who said
'Have I not chosen you, the Twelve?
Yet one of you is a devil! ' John 6: 70.

Judas is a son of perdition
Judas had the character of a destroyer
Judas was a traitor and a murderer...

Judas became the son of perdition
because of deliberate willful malice
abuse of grace and instructions of Christ

Judas was condemned through his own
covetousness materialism greed
his own despair insensibility treachery...

Judas is destruction personified
Judas attempted to destroy...
not only the Savior of the world

Judas attempted to destroy
the whole human race
through his love of money...

Sons of Perdition
Sons of Destruction...
Judas brethren sell God

Judas brethren sell their souls
for money and will frequently
depart this world by a violent...

voluntary death despair judged
as an accounting with greed
is imposed upon the Satan seed

thus in contemporary world ever increasingly
apparently esteemed creditable respected persons
reenact repeat Judas crime in multiple variations...

'Neither of us can deny
that which we are.
You Judas I Jesus

for a mere 30 pieces of silver.
You would sell my life
together with your soul.

A tragedy, for
neither of us will, forsake
our chosen role. '

Copyright © Terence George Craddock

Poet's Notes about The Poem

Split image from the poem 'Antichrist Archetypes Prefigure Antichrist' and last three stanza quotations from the poem 'Set On A Smaller Stage' by Terence George Craddock.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, August 12, 2012

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