One of the servants of the high priest
Hearing him so stiffly deny that he was a disciple of Jesus, when he had great reason to believe he was:
being his kinsman, whose ear Peter cut off;
a near relation of Malchus, to whom Peter had done this injury; and who was present at the same time, and no doubt took particular notice of him; and the more, because of what he had done to his kinsman:
saith unto him, did not I see thee in the garden with him?
as if he should have said, I saw thee with my own eyes along with Jesus, this very night in the garden, beyond Kidron, where he was apprehended, how canst thou deny it? and wilt thou stand in it so confidently, that thou art not one of his disciples?