Here it is folks, — with the scribal aid of St Archer, the modern church can finally sell the Jesus it has tried to explain is really behind the gospels all along:
Judas 4.12 Jesus smiled . . .
But not only once
Judas 13.15 Jesus smiled . . .
Nor merely twice
Judas 16.7 Jesus smiled . . .
So what happened to the famous shortest verse of the bible — John 11.35 ‘Jesus wept’?
The shortest verse in the bible has now been relocated (with a curiously coincidental and mnemonic symmetry of chapter and verse numbering to the original in John’s 11.35) to:
Judas 22.35 Judas wept.
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