It’s been said that we demand justice for others, but beg mercy for ourselves. The Bible says that we have a “merciful” God and the church has largely picked up on that. But scriptures are also clear that God is a “just” God … that there are consequences for our actions. Consequences that demand responsibility and accountability. Truth is, most of us don’t want anything to do with that side of God if we can help it. This week, we’re going to look at one the Bible’s most notorious traitor and thief … and look at what happens when God gets ahold of him.