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Gethsemane

(gĕthsĕm`ənē), olive grove or garden, E of Jerusalem, near the foot of the Mount of Olives. In the Gospels, it is the scene of the agony and betrayal of Jesus. A number of sites in the area of the Garden are tended by representatives of the Christian tradition. The Franciscan Basilica of the Agony is built over the ruins of a 4th-century church.

Gethsemane

scene of Christ’s agony over impending death. [N.T.: Matthew 26:36–45; Mark 14:32–41]

Gethsemane

New Testament the garden in Jerusalem where Christ was betrayed on the night before his Crucifixion (Matthew 26:36--56)
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The pope will later visit the site of Jesus's Last Supper with his disciples before his crucifixion and resurrection, before saying Mass for thousands of worshippers at the Garden of Gethsemane.
The pope will later visit the site of Jesus' Last Supper with his disciples before his crucifixion and resurrection, the key to Jerusalem's importance for Christians, before saying Mass for thousands of worshippers at the Garden of Gethsemane.
Their Garden of Gethsemane occurred when two of the five were captured and revealed (under torture) damaging information not only about their fellows but also those left behind.
Mel Gibson's controversial religious drama following the harrowing final 12 hours of Jesus' life, beginning with his betrayal in the Garden of Gethsemane.
THE world's most famous kiss was the one with which Judas betrayed Jesus for 30 pieces of silver in the Garden of Gethsemane, says the Bible.
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This one man who walked the dusty roads of Galilee, who changed water into wine, who healed the sick and raised the dead, who wept in the garden of Gethsemane and was crucified on a hill outside Jerusalem, this one man is our Lord and Savior; and because of his humanity, our humanity has been redeemed.
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And while the use of God as father may evoke for some the kind of sexism in which women have been dominated and demeaned, no one can deny that Jesus in his deepest moments of distress in the Garden of Gethsemane called out for his "Abba" (tender Aramaic term for father).
The film opens in the garden of Gethsemane where a pathetic and frightened man, who we come to realize is Jesus, is apprehensively contemplating the fate that lies before him, steeling up his courage, arousing his disciples, and facing Satan.