Jesus Reveals His Betrayer (John 13:18-30)
Jesus says, “I am not speaking of all of you.” How did he not speak concerning all the disciples?
What value does Jesus’ foreknowledge have?
How is it that whoever receives whomever Jesus sends receives Jesus? How does this principle bear itself out today?
Why was Jesus “troubled in spirit” when he said that a disciple would betray him?
Why might the disciples have been perplexed about whom Jesus spoke?
Did Jesus love the disciple on his bosom more than the others? What lesson(s) might we learn?
Peter was quite bombastic. Wonder why he motioned for John to ask Jesus?
Any idea why Jesus dipped a piece of bread and gave it to Judas?
Why would Jesus tell Judas to act quickly?
Why did the disciples not understand that Judas was Jesus’ betrayer? Could Jesus have made it any plainer?
Wonder what might have been going through Judas’ mind when he left the Supper?