Matthew 26

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Matthew 26 is the 26th chapter of the Gospel of Matthew, part of the New Testament. This chapter concerns Judas Iscariot's betrayal of Jesus to Caiphas, the Last Supper of the Twelve apostles, and the subsequent vindication of Jesus's predictions that one of Apostles will betray him and that he will be disowned by Peter. It can be divided into the following subsections:

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Preceded by
Matthew 25
Chapters of the New Testament
Gospel of Matthew
Succeeded by
Matthew 27