Then Jesus took bread and spoke a prayer of thanksgiving. He broke the bread, gave it to them, and said, "This is my body, which is given up for you. Do this to remember me."
When supper was over, he did the same with the cup. He said, "This cup that is poured out for you is the new promise made with my blood."
"The hand of the one who will betray me is with me on the table.
The Son of Man is going to die the way it has been planned for him. But how horrible it will be for that person who betrays him."
So they began to discuss with each other who could do such a thing.
Then a quarrel broke out among the disciples. They argued about who should be considered the greatest.
Jesus said to them, "The kings of nations have power over their people, and those in authority call themselves friends of the people.
But you're not going to be that way! Rather, the greatest among you must be like the youngest, and your leader must be like a servant.
Who's the greatest, the person who sits at the table or the servant? Isn't it really the person who sits at the table? But I'm among you as a servant.
"You have stood by me in the troubles that have tested me.
So as my Father has given me a kingdom, I'm giving it to you.