Then he came to the talmidim and said, "For now, go on sleeping, take your rest. . . . Look! The time has come for the Son of Man to be betrayed into the hands of sinners.
Get up! Let's go! Here comes my betrayer!"
While Yeshua was still speaking, Y'hudah (one of the Twelve!) came, and with him a large crowd carrying swords and clubs, from the head cohanim and elders of the people.
The betrayer had arranged to give them a signal: "The man I kiss is the one you want -- grab him!"
He went straight up to Yeshua, said, "Shalom, Rabbi!" and kissed him.
Yeshua said to him, "Friend, do what you came to do." Then they moved forward, laid hold of Yeshua and arrested him.
At that, one of the men with Yeshua reached for his sword, drew it out and struck at the servant of the cohen hagadol, cutting off his ear.
Yeshua said to him, "Put your sword back where it belongs, for everyone who uses the sword will die by the sword.
Don't you know that I can ask my Father, and he will instantly provide more than a dozen armies of angels to help me?
But if I did that, how could the passages in the Tanakh be fulfilled that say it has to happen this way?"
Then Yeshua addressed the crowd: "So you came out to take me with swords and clubs, the way you would the leader of a rebellion? Every day I sat in the Temple court, teaching; and you didn't seize me then.