At the Last Supper, Jesus tells the Apostles that one of them there will betray him. They ask one another briefly about who it might be, but then, as if they all suffered from Attention-Deficit Disorder, they get into a dispute about which of them will be regarded as the greatest. Jesus responds by saying that greatness is measured by service. Then he tells them that because they have stood by him in his trials (peirasmoi), he confers kingship on them, to eat and drink with him in his Kingdom and to judge the
twelve tribes of Israel (Luke 22.21-30). The presence of Judas seems to have been forgotten.