I noticed that Judas regret all he did to Jesus and returned the money to the Pharisees. I think this is quite interesting and a little scary. Judas knew and walked with Jesus through His ministry and knew Jesus mercy toward the brokenhearted. The Scripture says that Judas realized his condemnation for betraying Jesus and as a result it drove him mad to the point of suicide. To me this throws a huge wrench in current thought. My question is why didnt Judas repent and go back to the Lord for mercy? This screams out at me every time I read this about him. The part that is a little scary is that it is clear that repentance was not granted Judas apparently. Judas must have gone past the point of no return, when in fact it seems there was no repentance offered to him. I dunno I'm just talking, but what do you think when you listen to the testimony of Judas?