We know that Judas is the one who betrayed Jesus, and yet Jesus said it would be the one who dipped their hand in the bowl with him. Thing is, all the disciples dipped their hands in that bowl, and all 11 asked Jesus, "Surely not I, Lord?" - until they came to Judas who said, "Surely not I, Rabbi?" Do you see that? Jesus - is he rabbi, a teacher, or Lord? Because it's one thing to disagree with one's teacher and a whole other matter to disagree with the Lord. In our lives, we need to ask how we view Jesus - as a teacher with good life lessons and interesting things to say, or as the Lord of all creation to whom we give our lives. In the end, we should want him to be Lord. It's because he is Lord that we can be assured of being forgiven and restored, as Jesus taught, when he changed the meaning of the Passover meal and instituted what we now call communion.