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Matthew 26 - NIV

20 When evening came, Jesus was reclining at the table with the Twelve.

21 And while they were eating, he said, “Truly I tell you, one of you will betray me.”

22 They were very sad and began to say to him one after the other, “Surely you don’t mean me, Lord?”

Sermons on Matthew 26 More sermons: Matthew 26

Bruce Points avatar
Doesn't Play Well With Others
Shared by: Bruce Points on Jan, 2014
Summary: There are things that disqualify us from meeting God, even though we have been seen as servants of His...
based on 2 ratings
Scripture: Matthew 26:20-25
Denomination: Methodist
Views: 1,387
Michael McCartney avatar
Know that God wants to use you to tell the world!
Shared by: Michael McCartney on Nov, 2011
Summary: The Body of Christ needs to go tell the world about God’s amazing love and mercy, the church must be active in fulfilling the Great Commission of Jesus. That means us at Christian Hills! We must tell others about our amazing Savior.
Dan Carroll avatar
Shared by: Dan Carroll on Sep, 2011
Summary: Trust is the key ingredient for healthy relationships, but it inherently comes with the risk of betrayal.
based on 3 ratings
Scripture: Matthew 26:21-26
Views: 870
Craig Benner avatar
Reactions to Jesus' Rejection
Shared by: Craig Benner on Apr, 2011
Summary: Have you ever felt alone and rejected? I mean really, really alone and abandoned. Jesus has been there and done that like you cannot even begin to imagine. He had to bear it all Himself. What a majestic hero and Saviour we have who has paved the way f
based on 1 rating
Scripture: Matthew 26:20-22
Denomination: Pentecostal
Views: 731
Ricky Maye avatar
A one step guide to God's Grace
Shared by: Ricky Maye on Jan, 2011
Summary: A new look into the phrase "Is it I Lord?"
based on 2 ratings
Scripture: Matthew 26:22-25
Views: 496
Denn Guptill avatar
Come to the Table
Shared by: Denn Guptill on Nov, 2009
Summary: The accounts of the last supper sound more like the last snack. This message looks at what all happened that night.
based on 3 ratings
Scripture: Matthew 26:20-30
Denomination: Wesleyan
Views: 1,735
Thomas Cash avatar
Jesus' Weapon of Choice
Shared by: Thomas Cash on Apr, 2009
Summary: A message focusing on Judas’ betrayal and the need for repentance. Since Jesus knows the secrets of our hearts, He could blast us. Instead, He uses the weapon of love.
based on 45 ratings
Scripture: Matthew 26:20-25
Views: 13,123
James May avatar
Shall We Betray Him Again?
Shared by: James May on Apr, 2009
Summary: We can all identify with the disciples on the night of the Last Supper. Just what are we capable of as disciples? Thank God for his Great Mercy!
based on 7 ratings
Scripture: Matthew 26:21-30
Denomination: Pentecostal
Views: 2,025
Kenneth  Trent avatar
Shared by: Kenneth Trent on Mar, 2008
Summary: It is startling that even the eleven true disciples asked the question: "Surely not I, Lord?"
based on 9 ratings
Scripture: Matthew 26:20-25
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 1,092
Scott Bradford avatar
Shared by: Scott Bradford on Feb, 2008
Summary: 2nd in a Lenten series, this sermon deals with betrayal of commitment to Christ!
based on 2 ratings
Scripture: Matthew 26:20-25
Denomination: United Methodist
Views: 1,159
Victor Yap avatar
Pride Comes Before a Fall
Shared by: Victor Yap on Dec, 2007
Summary: Apostles, Pt. 16
Scripture: Matthew 26:20-35
Denomination: Independent/Bible
Views: 1,039
Ervin Kimrey avatar
Shared by: Ervin Kimrey on Jul, 2007
Summary: This is a good communion service outline; Look within, Look back and to look forward.
based on 1 rating
Scripture: Matthew 26:21-25
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 594
Ronnie Grizzle avatar
Shared by: Ronnie Grizzle on Jun, 2007
Summary: Short message of what Communion should call to our minds.
based on 10 ratings
Scripture: Matthew 26:20-30
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 879
Tom Shepard avatar
Is It I? - A Good Friday Meditation
Shared by: Tom Shepard on Mar, 2007
Summary: This is a meditation for a Good Friday Service. It is a short meditative reading for reflection.
based on 42 ratings
Scripture: Matthew 26:20-22
Denomination: Independent Bible
Views: 2,618
Wendell Blackburn avatar
One of you will betray me
Shared by: Wendell Blackburn on Jan, 2007
Summary: We betray Jesus daily!!!
based on 4 ratings
Scripture: Matthew 26:20-23
Denomination: Pentecostal
Views: 3,096
Paul Humphrey avatar
The Betrayal Part I
Shared by: Paul Humphrey on Apr, 2006
Summary: This sermon looks at Jesus prediction of betrayal, and at the actions and demeanor of Judas. The sermon ends with communion. This is part one of a two part message.
based on 14 ratings
Scripture: Matthew 26:20-35
Denomination: United Methodist
Views: 1,326
Juan  Lane avatar
One of You Will Betray Me
Shared by: Juan Lane on Aug, 2005
Summary: Describes how no one at the table can deny the fact that they have the potential to betray Christ
based on 4 ratings
Denomination: Pentecostal
Views: 2,745
William Noel avatar
A Lesson Before Dying
Shared by: William Noel on Mar, 2005
Summary: Final thougths of Jesus before He goes to Calvary
based on 12 ratings
Scripture: Matthew 26:20-30
Denomination: Baptist
Views: 598
James May avatar
One of You Shall Betray Me
Shared by: James May on Jun, 2004
Summary: I can hear these words of Jesus ring through every gathering of his people. There is always a chance that someone will begin to walk in the shoes of Judas unless we stay close to Jesus.
based on 29 ratings
Scripture: Matthew 26:20-23
Denomination: Pentecostal
Views: 815
Harold Orndorff avatar
Surely Not I, Lord!
Shared by: Harold Orndorff on May, 2004
Summary: The story of Judas Iscariot, and his betrayal of Jesus, should remind us to examine ourselves. We need to avoid betraying Jesus in twenty-first century style. As Judas attempted to re-make Jesus and then abandon Him when He was not the "Jesus" Judas wan
based on 30 ratings
Denomination: Independent/Bible
Views: 1,532
Jeffrey Samelson avatar
“Surely Not I, Lord?”
Shared by: Jeffrey Samelson on May, 2004
Summary: “Surely Not I, Lord?” I. It’s a question that comes from troubled hearts II. It gets an answer that calms troubled hearts
based on 145 ratings
Scripture: Matthew 26:21-28
Denomination: Lutheran
Views: 4,424
Wann Fanwar avatar
Surely, Not I!
Shared by: Wann Fanwar on Sep, 2003
Summary: This sermon examines the betrayal of Jesus in Matthew 26 and proposes that there are different ways to betray Jesus. Perhaps the more incipient danger is the indifference of the eleven. The sermon also portrays the manner in which God handles human failur
based on 62 ratings
Scripture: Matthew 26:20-50
Denomination: Adventist
Views: 2,028
James Chandler avatar
Expressions of Love
Shared by: James Chandler on Apr, 2003
Summary: Jesus shows us in the Last Supper and in the Garden, four wonderful expressions of love.
based on 114 ratings
Scripture: Matthew 26:20-30
Views: 1,738
Richard White avatar
Lords Supper or Last Supper
Shared by: Richard White on Mar, 2003
Summary: AT the Last Supper we see the fulfillment in the NT. But it is yet to be completed when we get to heaven.
based on 85 ratings
Scripture: Matthew 26:20-30
Views: 4,942
Jeremy Farmer avatar
Facing Me
Shared by: Jeremy Farmer on Mar, 2003
Summary: We need to look at ourselves - inward instead of outward.
based on 28 ratings
Scripture: Matthew 26:20-22
Denomination: Pentecostal
Views: 1,001
Tom Evans avatar
Facing the Inside
Shared by: Tom Evans on Apr, 2002
based on 67 ratings
Denomination: Adventist
Views: 1,937
Joel Pankow avatar
The Revelation of Betrayal
Shared by: Joel Pankow on Feb, 2002
Summary: How Jesus reveals different things about himself and us as he reveals who the traitor would be.
based on 60 ratings
Denomination: Lutheran
Views: 4,659
Ronald Shultz avatar
Don't Hang Your Judas!
Shared by: Ronald Shultz on Mar, 2001
Summary: An exhortation to avoid revenge and forgive.
based on 33 ratings
Denomination: Assembly Of God
Views: 4,635