The Feast of Passover is the time God chooses for his Son’s death. The Passover was a holiday Jews celebrated to remember a time when the people of Israel killed lambs and put the blood on the doorways so they would not be put to death. Jesus is about to be killed so we can have eternal life. His celebration of the Passover is our model for how we celebrate communion in Christian churches today. The failings of two of Jesus’ disciples are described here as well. Judas betrayed Jesus, and Peter denied knowing him.
Probably everyone makes mistakes like Judas and Peter did at times. Judas’ rejection of Jesus continued until he committed suicide, but Peter returned to Jesus. We would all love to avoid making mistakes in our relationship with Jesus, but thankfully, Jesus’ death covers all of our mistakes if we accept him.