i'm still in love with judas

Dear Jesus,

I’m sorry for all the times I fail You.
I’m sorry for all the times I fail to represent You.
I’m sorry that on some days I do not stand out from the crowd.
I’m sorry that I open my mouth without words of Your love and light.
I’m sorry that sometimes I keep my mouth shut out of fear although You want me to speak up.
I’m sorry that I easily forget that You’re my strength.
I’m sorry that I enjoy wealth too much.
I’m sorry that often I do not humble myself.
I’m sorry that I put myself before You.
I’m sorry that I put myself before my neighbour.
I’m sorry that on some days I think I’m a better Christian than someone else - I’m sorry that sometimes I do not see the plank in my eye or I even dare to ignore it.
I’m sorry that I ask You to lead me and decide to take another road when Yours doesn’t please me.
I’m sorry that I tell You that not even death could diminish my love for You, but I often leave Your side and try to live on my own.
I’m sorry that I wonder how Judas could betray You, how Peter could deny You, how Thomas could ask to see Your wounds while I myself am not any better.

I still dare to say that I love You.

Even if this will cost my life someday.

I’m Yours. Fully Yours.

Things Cole told us instead of the truth about Solas:

-Who the inquisitor is banging and details about it
-Traumatic events from the pasts of basically every inquisition member
-The endings of popular movies
-How fucking happy nugs are. Of course they are happy, they don’t have friends who keep important secrets from them you little shit

the religious imagery in that episode is still slaying me though

like not even the crucifixion (was that a work of art or was that a work of art) but the fact that hannibal, who talks himself up as this god-like figure and loves to play god, is compared to judas, the betrayer, the man who gave up his friend, an innocent and a martyr, is 50 different levels of perfect i can’t even put it into words