Led by Judas, soldiers arrest Jesus in Gethsemane. The Gospels highlight how Jesus freely allows the crowd to hand him over to the chief priests. At his trial, Jesus remains silent before his accusers. Only when the high priest puts Jesus under oath does he finally speak and is then condemned to death. What did Jesus say that was so upsetting? What is the difference between the way Peter and Judas respond to their sin, and what lessons can we take away for our own lives?