The betrayal of Jesus by Judas is described in this passage of John. It shows Christ not only predicting His betrayal but being in full control of it to bring about His purposes. This account serves both as a comfort and warning to those who read this passage.


I. Betrayal Predicted (v. 21)

II. Betrayal Examined (vv. 22-26)

a. The Inquiry (vv. 22-25)

b. The Identification (v. 26)

III. Betrayal Executed (v. 27-30)

a. Giving into Satan (v. 27)

b. Giving into Hiding (vv. 28-29)

c. Giving into Darkness (v. 30)

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