After the betrayal Made by Judas Iscariot and taking his own life where he goes in Heaven or Hell??
Ultimately, only God will know. From the scriptures we can tell that he did not make it to heaven because he didn't repent. Before he betrayed Jesus, Jesus said, "Thou hast a devil." A devill cannot keep us from going to heaven, but Judas was one of the chosen twelve.
According to the scriptures, Judas had divorced himself from Jesus and went after money. This, in itself, says that he went into hell.
Many choose Judas to talk about generally when speaking of betraying the Lord. Peter betrayed him three times, which is more than Judas did, but Peter repented, which Judas did not do.
Uh, I don't think he betrayed Jesus, but did as he was asked to complete the mission.
I think that the story is, he wanders the Earth, the Wandering Jew.
If you form your opinion on the scriptures of the Holy Bible then Judas is in Heaven with Jesus.
See: KJV. HOLY BIBLE, MATTHEW: 27: 3 And LUKE: 23: 34
When Jesus returned from the grave and appeared before the remaining apostles, the Gospel according to John says someone asked Jesus what had become of Judas. Jesus said, "It would be better for him were he not born." From this, we can deduce that he was sent to Hell. It's actually the only Biblical incident in which a person was actually damned.
He committed suicide by hanging himself in other words he rejected Gods gift of life. According to this act of his he should be in hell peter also sinned by denying Jesus but later he realized his sin and asked forgiveness not killing himself like Judas.
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