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THE GOOD MESSAGE OF
JESUS THE CHRIST
Harmony
82

Mark 14:18-21
Matthew 26:21-25
Luke 22:21-23
John 13:21-35
Mark 14:22-25
Matthew 26:26-29
Luke 22:17-20

And as they were sitting and eating
Jesus said, "Amen, I tell you that
one of you will give me over, one who is eating with me."

They began to be sad and say to him one by one, "Is it I?"

And he said to them, "One of the twelve,
who is dipping with me in the dish.
For the human son is going as it has been written about him;
but woe to that person through whom
the human son is given over;
it would have been better for him
if that person had not been born."
Mark 14:18-21

And as they were eating he said, "Amen, I tell you
that one of you will give me over."

And becoming very sad each one began to say to him,
"Is it I, Lord?"

And answering he said,
"The one who is dipping his hand with me in the dish,
he will give me over.
The human son is going as it has been written about him,
but woe to that person through whom
the human son is given over;
it would have been better for him
if that person had not been born."

And Judas, the one giving him over,
answering said, "Is it I, Rabbi?"

He says to him, "You said it."
Matthew 26:21-25

"But look, the hand of the one giving me over
is with mine on the table.
For the human son proceeds
according to what has been determined,
nevertheless woe to that person
through whom he is given over."

And they began to discuss among themselves
which of them might be the one who was about to do this.
Luke 22:21-23

Saying these things Jesus was troubled in the Spirit
and testified and said, "Amen, amen, I tell you
that one of you will give me over."

The disciples looked at each other
uncertain about whom he meant.
One of his disciples, whom Jesus loved,
was sitting by the breast of Jesus;
so Simon Peter nods to this disciple
and says to him, "Ask who it is he means."

That disciple leaning thus on Jesus' chest
says to him, "Lord, who is it?"

So Jesus answers, "It is the one
for whom I will dip the piece of bread and give it to him."

So dipping the piece he takes it
and gives it to Judas Iscariot son of Simon.
And after the piece of bread then Satan entered into that one.

So Jesus says to him, "What you are doing do quickly."
But none of those dining knew why he told him this;
for some thought, since Judas had the money box,
that Jesus was telling him, "Buy what we need for the feast,"
or that he should give something to the poor.

So taking the piece of bread that one went out immediately;
and it was night.

So when he went out,
Jesus says, "Now the human son is glorified,
and God is glorified in him;
if God is glorified in him,
God will both glorify him in himself,
and will immediately glorify him.

"Children, for a little while I am still with you;
you will search for me,
and just as I told the Jews
that where I am going you cannot come,
I say it also to you now.

"I give you a new commandment, that you love each other,
as I have loved you, so also you love each other.
By this everyone will know that you are my disciples,
if you have love for each other."
John 13:21-35

As they were eating, taking bread and blessing it
he broke it and gave it to them
and said, "Take it; this is my body."

And taking a cup and giving thanks he gave it to them,
and they all drank of it.
And he said to them, "This is my blood of the covenant
which is shed on behalf of many.
Amen, I tell you that I will not drink any more
from the fruit of the vine until that day
when I drink it anew in the sovereignty of God."
Mark 14:22-25

And as they were eating, Jesus taking bread and blessing it
broke it and giving it to the disciples
he said, "Take it, eat; this is my body."

And taking a cup and giving thanks he gave it to them
saying, "Everyone drink from it;
for this is my blood of the covenant
which is shed for many for the release of sins.
And I tell you, I will not drink
from this fruit of the vine from now until that day
when I drink it anew with you in my Father's sovereignty."
Matthew 26:26-29

And having taken a cup giving thanks he said,
"Take this and share it among yourselves;
for I tell you, I will not drink
from the fruit of the vine
from now until the sovereignty of God comes."

And taking bread and giving thanks
he broke it and gave it to them
saying, "This is my body given on your behalf;
do this in remembrance of me."

And he did the same things with the cup after the dinner,
saying, "This cup is the new covenant in my blood,
shed on your behalf."
Luke 22:17-20


82. Judas to Give Him Over Synthesis 82 * Interpretation 82
83. Jesus Comforts the Disciples Harmony 83 * Synthesis 83 * Interpretation 83