Sure, but do you have an opinion? I asked “What do you think?” not “What is the church teaching?” nor “Do you know for sure?”
As the first person who posted after me said: “I agree, because he gave up his rights”. That is not to say it is so, but it is based on other elements that we know about him and for instance Acts.
To be clear, I wasn’t asking about his salvation, but whether it is fair to think of him as on of the Twelve sitting on the thrones on Judgement, since jesus said so while he was still alive.
Sure he was one of the Twelve who were first chosen, but his deeds afterwards seem to disqualify him. Then Matthias replaced him. So I was looking for opinions about the identity of the 12th Apostle since Judas was the first one, but Matthias didn’t betray the Lord.
So it may be that the Twelve, temporall,y were with Judas,sure, but later they were intended as the Twelve after Pentecost, as Jesus knew Judas would betray Him, and He was talking about them already putting Judas aside.
Looking for answers, I found this other thread on the very same question, just to old to reactivate Maybe it will help understanding my point.
I’ve also found this commentary here biblehub.com/matthew/19-28.htm
…] *Twelve thrones. Judas forfeited his position; Matthias and Paul and Barnabas were afterwards added to the apostolic band; so that the number twelve must not be pressed as defining and limiting. Rather it expresses the completeness of the judicial body, regarding not so much the persons as the position of its members. *…]