The Scriptures usually (maybe even always) say, following Judas’ name “which also betrayed Him” (Him being Jesus Christ). As I’ve mentioned before, we sometimes don’t take a balanced look at Bible characters; not one of the disciples thought that Judas Iscariot would betray Jesus. And Judas had been traveling with Jesus during His ministry, teaching, healing, etc — doing all of the same good things that the other disciples were doing.
However, none of that is remembered about him unless we make an effort to remember it – what is remembered is how he finished up – betraying Jesus Christ and then committing suicide… a terrible, horrible, tragic ending.
Let us take a lesson from Judas to not shipwreck at the end of our lives; our journey here on this earth.
May God grant that we finish our course well and in honor and glory to Him; may He grant that we avoid the temptation that would make a shipwreck of our lives and our testimony and bring dishonor to that Name which is honorable above all else!