“Chapter 50: Other Teachings at the Last Supper,” New Testament Stories (2005), 127–28
After they finished eating, Jesus told His Apostles that they should love one another as He had loved them. If they did this, people would know they were His disciples.
He said that if the Apostles loved Him, they would keep His commandments. He promised them the gift of the Holy Ghost. The Holy Ghost would teach them all they needed to know. The Holy Ghost would help the Apostles remember the things Jesus had taught them.
John 14:15–18, 26
Jesus said that He was like a vine. His disciples are like branches of the vine. Only a branch that is firmly attached to the vine can produce good fruit.
John 15:1–2, 5
Jesus promised His Apostles that if they lived the gospel, their fruit (their works) would be good. If they did not follow Him, they would be like branches cut off from a plant and produce nothing.
Jesus Christ prayed that His Apostles would be united. He wanted them to teach people to believe in Him and to know that Heavenly Father loves them.
John 17:1–4, 6, 11, 20–23
Then Jesus and the Apostles sang a hymn and left the room.