L U K E.
All the evangelists, whatever they omit, give us a
particular account of the death and resurrection of Christ, because
he died for our sins and rose for our justification, this
evangelist as fully as any, and with many circumstances and
passages added which we had not before. In this chapter we have, I.
The plot to take Jesus, and Judas's coming into it, ver. 1-6. II. Christ's eating the
passover with his disciples, ver.
7-18. III. The instituting of the Lord's supper,
ver. 19, 20. IV.
Christ's discourse with his disciples after supper, upon several
heads, ver. 21-38. V.
His agony in the garden, ver.
39-46. VI. The apprehending of him, by the assistance of
Judas, ver. 47-53. VII.
Peter's denying him, ver.
54-62. VIII. The indignities done to Christ by those
that had him in custody, and his trial and condemnation in the
ecclesiastical court, ver.