While not being able to sleep I have been reading through some threads and have seen the name Judas pop up a couple of times. This got me to thinking (and that cannot be a good thing) about why we view the sin of Judas as being worse than any sin we ourselves are guilty of. This turned into the thought of "do we know that Judas is actually guilty of a sin?" For God's plan of salvation to take place, Jesus had to be turned over to the Roman authorities. In order for our own sin to be forgiven through His blood, Jesus had to die the horrible death on the cross. Is there any possibility that Judas left the Last Supper with instructions to betray Jesus? I don't have any basis for the thought, just something I am now curious about. Any input would be appreciated.