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Jesus eats His last meal (at the start of the official Passover celebrations), knowing He will soon die, so He tells His disciples this, and that one of them will betray Him: Mark 14:1–2; Matthew 26:1–5; Luke 22:1–2;Mark 14:10–11; Matthew 26:14–16; Luke 22:3–6; Mark 14:12–16; Matthew 26:17–19; Luke 22:7–13; John 13:1–17; Mark 14:17–26; Matthew 26:20–30; Luke 22:14–30; John 13:18–30

This verse is so easy to miss in the drama of the last supper, drinking wine, eating bread, arguing over who would be the greatest, and Judas being discovered, but leaving to do he betraying anyway:

Luke 22:28-30 You have stayed with me in my time of trial. And just as my Father has granted me a Kingdom, I now grant you the right to eat and drink at my table in my Kingdom. And you will sit on thrones, judging the twelve tribes of Israel.