Jesus washes feet and institutes the symbols of bread and wine. He foretells his betrayal. (Matthew 26:26-30; Luke 22:14-23; John 13:3-17, 21).
Christ foretells the disciples' desertion and Peter's threefold denial.
He prays for his church. (Mark 14:27-31; John 13:36-38; chapters 14-17)
In Gethsemane, Christ prays. The disciples fall asleep. An angel appears and strengthens Christ. (Matthew 26:36-46; Luke 22:43)
Judas arrives with a mob. Christ is seized. The disciples forsake him. (Matthew 26:47-56)
Christ is taken to Annas, questioned and sent to Caiaphas. Peter denies Christ. (John 18:12-24)
The Sanhedrin, through false witnesses, tries to condemn Christ for blasphemy. (Matthew 26:57-66)
Peter denies Christ a second and a third time. (Mark 14:70-72; Luke 22:58-62)
Christ is mocked and beaten. (Luke 22:63-65)
Judas, remorseful, hangs himself. (Matthew 27:3-10)
Pilate questions Christ, then sends him to Herod. (Luke 23:1-7)
Herod questions Christ, then returns him to Pilate. (Luke 23:8-11)
Pilate seeks to release Christ. The people reject him. Christ is scourged and led to Golgotha. (Matthew 27:15-26; Mark 15:21-22; John 19:1-16)
Christ prays for his murderers' forgiveness. (Luke 23:34)
The soldiers divide his garments. (Matthew 27:35)
Christ is scoffed at and mocked. (Matthew 27:39-44)
Christ asks John to care for Mary. (John 19:25-27)
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