Matthew 27:34 (NLT)
3 When Judas, who had betrayed him, realized that Jesus had been condemned to die, he was filled with remorse. So he took the thirty pieces of silver back to the leading priests and the elders. 4 �I have sinned,� he declared, �for I have betrayed an innocent man.� �What do we care?� they retorted. �That�s your problem.�

After Judas betrayed Jesus by leading the religious leaders to Him he was given thirty pieces of silver as his reward. But Jesus began to feel remorse after he understood his betrayal would mean the death of Jesus. So Judas trying to clear his guilty tried to return the silver, but the priests looked at him and said �that�s your problem.�

Sometimes you take the wrong action in life and you find yourself remorseful over the situation. It may not be genuine repentance, but you feel guilty for your actions. Like Judas you want to say, �Can we forget this and start over?�, but unfortunately it�s too late. The actions have been done and whoever was hurt was hurt. There is no going back to undo what has been done and as the priests stated, �it�s your problem.� Fortunately we have a God of grace who forgives when we repent. So we repent and then it is up to us to rebuild any damaged relationships. It is not the other person�s fault, it�s our problem. But again the good news is we can ask Christ to help and he will be there with us in our struggle to make things right.