Reviews for Those Who Are Humble
Jlucens chapter 1 . 1/23/2009
Works for me! I never thought Judas' so-called betrayal was all that unexpected, by Jesus or by Judas. I always (even as a child) thought it was planned from the beginning. And I don't think Judas was damned for it...he did the most difficult thing any of the apostles could have done...that he was trusted to do it says a lot about his relationship with Jesus.
Zarz chapter 1 . 12/17/2008
Wow! This is an incredible piece! I've always wondered at the look between Jesus and Judas in the movie right before Judas blows the whistle - it really does seem to be saying that Judas doesn't want to be betraying Jesus, but he has to anyway. To a certain extent, I suppose, the Easter Story is a little like a play - it doesn't really work if you don't find someone to play even the parts like Judas! A few times in here, Jesus' words sounded kind of stilted, but there meaning came out loud and clear. Really, really great work with this piece! I love it!
YukiHasAMercedes chapter 1 . 11/30/2006
Oh. Oh, oh. Oh, you are love.


Indeed, there is far more Jesus Christ Superstar fic than Godspell (not that I'm complaining, because I adore JCS with a passion and am going to hell for being such a ginormous JudasxJesus supporter), so it made my heart sing to read this. Admittedly I've only been a Godspell fan for a short time now, but that doesn't decrease my love for it (I think). I thank you for this new perspective on the relationship between these two.

I'd also like to add that I can't visualize Jesus or Judas anymore without picturing the two guys who played them in the high school production of JCS that I saw... so just to let you know, you're not alone.

One more thing: this line is my new fount of delight.

"You will join us in the Kingdom of my Heavenly Father, Judas. Immediately or otherwise, this is true. There is no mistaking such a fact."


(Sorry for the long review.)
Anna chapter 1 . 9/8/2006