To Judas—even to him the gates of the life-giving Garden of Gethsemane had not been closed.
And between the two there is a third garden, the garden of Gethsemane.
"Gethsemane" means "oil-press," and olive trees long ago gave Olivet its name.
After all, my Pentecost is purposed to prepare me for my own Gethsemane and Calvary!
Our beautiful singer could not well refrain from writing about "Gethsemane."
It would be hard work to follow the Master when He took the road to Gethsemane.
Sleep on, little disciple, happy in thy dreaming; out in Gethsemane's dark garden steals one to betray thy Lord!
But it was her Gethsemane: the best that Fate had been able to do for her.
In the first-named place, sang one verse of our hymn, 'Go to dark Gethsemane.'
It drove Him to the wilderness, and to Gethsemane, and to Calvary.
name of a garden on the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem [Matt. xxvi:36-46], from Greek Gethsemane, from Aramaic gath shemani(m) "oil-press."