Who Moved the Stone? Characters

Albert Henry Ross
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Jesus Christ

Jesus was off to himself in an isolated part of the Garden of Gethsemane on Thursday evening as eleven of his disciples slept nearby. They had just finished the Last Supper and their stomachs were full and they had consumed too much wine. Jesus came to wake them several times but they only drifted off again. He needed their support because he was aware of the destiny that awaited him and that was about to unfold. It was a destiny he understood but one that was difficult and one for which he was in need of their company and comfort.

But Jesus had twelve disciples. One had slipped away. Judas Iscariot had left the gathering and traveled to see Caiaphas, the Jewish High Priest of the Sandrehen Council who wanted to arrest Jesus for blasphemy. When Judas returned to the Garden leading the way for a regiment...

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