John Bradshaw - Judas and John
If I said Judas, you'd think the man who betrayed Jesus, the thief, and you'd be right of course. If I mentioned John, you'd say Revelation, the gospel, the one Jesus loved. If I asked you what John was like, it would then dawn on you that Jesus called John and his brother the sons of thunder, that John asked for permission to incinerate a village and its inhabitants.
Both Judas and John had serious issues, but John surrendered his issues to God and grew into a true Christian; Judas clung to his faults, didn't need to, but he did.
Romans 6:13, Says "Yield yourselves unto God". John did and overcame his thoughts, then wrote five books of the Bible. Judas didn't yield, and was written about. Being faulty isn't the issue; it's not yielding those faults to God that really hurts. I'm John Bradshaw, for It Is Written.