Judas was one of Jesus' twelve disciples
and was responsible for the funds for the group. When Jesus
arrived in Jerusalem at the end of his ministry, Judas went to the
chief priests and offered to betray Jesus for 30 pieces of silver.
He led a crowd to Gethsemane, and identified Jesus with a kiss,
thereby delivering Jesus into their hands. After Jesus was condemned
to death, Judas regretted his act, threw the pieces of silver down
in the Temple, and went and hanged himself. Another account
says that Judas fell and burst open (Acts 1:18).
26:14-16 - The plot
26:47-56 - The betrayal
27:3-10 - The suicide
Judas betrayed Jesus with a kiss