The Plot to Kill Jesus
(Matthew 26:1–5; Mark 14:1–2; John 11:45–57)
Judas Agrees to Betray Jesus
(Matthew 26:14–16; Mark 14:10–11)
3 Then Satan entered Judas Iscariot, who was one of the Twelve. 4 And Judas went to discuss with the chief priests and temple officers how he might betray Jesus to them. 5 They were delighted and agreed to give him money. 6 Judas consented, and began to look for an opportunity to betray Jesus to them in the absence of a crowd.
Preparing the Passover
(Matthew 26:17–19; Mark 14:12–16)
9 “Where do You want us to prepare it?” they asked.
10 He answered,
13 So they went and found it just as Jesus had told them. And they prepared the Passover.
The Last Supper
(Matthew 26:20–30; Mark 14:17–26; 1 Corinthians 11:17–34)
14 When the hour had come, Jesus reclined at the table with His apostles.
15 And He said to them,
17 After taking the cup, He gave thanks and said,
19 And He took the bread, gave thanks and broke it, and gave it to them, saying,
23 Then they began to question among themselves which of them was going to do this.
Who Is the Greatest?
24 A dispute also arose among the disciples as to which of them would be considered the greatest.
25 So Jesus declared,
28 You are the ones who have stood by Me in My trials. 29 And I bestow on you a kingdom, just as My Father has bestowed one on Me, 30 so that you may eat and drink at My table in My kingdom, and sit on thrones, judging the twelve tribes of Israel.
Jesus Predicts Peter’s Denial
(Matthew 26:31–35; Mark 14:27–31; John 13:36–38)
33 “Lord,” said Peter, “I am ready to go with You even to prison and to death.”
34 But Jesus replied,
35 Then Jesus asked them,
“Nothing,” they answered.
38 So they said, “Look, Lord, here are two swords.”
Jesus Prays on the Mount of Olives
(Matthew 26:36–46; Mark 14:32–42)
45 When Jesus rose from prayer and returned to the disciples, He found them asleep, exhausted from sorrow.
The Betrayal of Jesus
(Matthew 26:47–56; Mark 14:43–52; John 18:1–14)
47 While He was still speaking, a crowd arrived, led by the man called Judas, one of the Twelve. He approached Jesus to kiss Him.
48 But Jesus asked him,
51 But Jesus answered,
52 Then Jesus said to the chief priests, temple officers, and elders who had come for Him,
Peter Denies Jesus
(Matthew 26:69–75; Mark 14:66–72; John 18:15–18)
54 Then they seized Jesus, led Him away, and took Him into the house of the high priest. And Peter followed at a distance.
55 When those present had kindled a fire in the middle of the courtyard and sat down together, Peter sat down among them. 56 A servant girl saw him seated in the firelight and looked intently at him. “This man also was with Him,” she said.
57 But Peter denied it. “Woman, I do not know Him,” he said.
58 A short time later, someone else saw him and said, “You also are one of them.”
But Peter said, “Man, I am not.”
59 About an hour later, another man insisted, “Certainly this man was with Him, for he too is a Galilean.”
60 “Man, I do not know what you are talking about,” Peter replied.
While he was still speaking, the rooster crowed. 61 And the Lord turned and looked at Peter.
Then Peter remembered the word that the Lord had spoken to him:
The Soldiers Mock Jesus
(Isaiah 50:4–11; Matthew 27:27–31; Mark 15:16–20; John 19:1–15)
Jesus before the Sanhedrin
(Matthew 26:57–68; Mark 14:53–65; John 18:19–24)
70 So they all asked, “Are You then the Son of God?”
71 “Why do we need any more testimony?” they declared. “We have heard it for ourselves from His own lips.”
1 a Literally the feast of the Unleavened ; see Exodus 12:14–20.
20 b Some manuscripts end verse 19 after This is My body and do not include verse 20.
37 c Isaiah 53:12
44 d Some manuscripts do not include verses 43 and 44.
53 e Literally the temple
64 f BYZ and TR include and were striking Him on the face .
66 g Or their Council
69 h See Psalm 110:1.