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What Jesus Didn't Do _ William Guice

What Jesus Didn't Do _ William Guice

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Published by: William Guice on Nov 08, 2010
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What Jesus Didn’t Do
(And So Maybe We Shouldn’t Either)September 25, 2009Submitted ByWilliam A. Guice1462 Bern DriveSpring Hill, TN 37174Office: 615.719.8812Home: 615.517.2480E-Mail: williamguice@gmail.comwww.williamguice.com
 
Chapter 1 - Say Anything..................................................................3Chapter 2 – What Are We Aiming For?...............................................8Chapter 3 - You and Me – Healers....................................................26Chapter 4 – Today is The Day..........................................................32Chapter 5 – Hi, My Name Is…..........................................................36Chapter 1 – Say Anything (1276 Word Version)................................51Chapter 4 – Today is the Day (1217 word version)............................56
 
Chapter 1 - Say Anything
“Bolt it!” Jesus shouted.Peter slammed the heavy wooden door. All at once ten men movedagainst one of their own. There was a struggle. They had him. The clamor of the Passover crowds outside easily hid the commotion in the upper room. Thetarget fought back but there were too many of them; they came at him toofast…unexpectedly. He felt his whole body slam against the stone floor.Strangely and for what seemed no reason at all one of them, Andrew, grabbedan earthen pitcher of water and another, John, grabbed a melon sized darkcloth bag that usually held the group’s money.Peter, the leader of the disciples, had been tipped off only minutes earlierby a temple servant that there was a traitor in Jesus’ midst. Judas one of thetrusted twelve had betrayed them. For thirty pieces of silver he would give Jesus over to the priests but he had been found out. Jesus weary from the journey and scared of what the coming hours would bring had given in to hisprimal human desires. He would fight back.“Over his head!” Peter screamed. John struggled to place the bag he hadbeen holding over the head of Judas. The others moved him onto the room’ssolid wooden table. They held him down to it - face up. Thomas lifted the endof the table that held Judas’ feet while Philip quickly placed a stone block under

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