Read Luke 22 today.

This chapter includes Jesus’ last day and evening with His disciples. At some point Judas made the decision to betray Jesus, to abandon Him. We also read of Peter’s betrayal in this chapter. Even when warned by Jesus of what was coming, still Peter betrayed Him.
Most of us have betrayed Jesus at one time or another. It may not have been premeditated betrayal as with Judas, but it was betrayal nonetheless. Perhaps it was when someone was speaking ill of Jesus, or His followers, and we stood by quietly. Maybe it was when we went through an entire day, or week, and never once thought of Him. Or when we saw someone in need, yet treated them as if they did not even exist.
Are our moments of betrayal any less significant than those of Peter or Judas? The good news is that Jesus loves us. When we turn (or return), He welcomes and forgives us. He extends, again, the invitation to walk beside Him. Not because we are faithful, but because He is faithful.
Luke 22:3-6 NLT
Then Satan entered into Judas Iscariot, who was one of the twelve disciples, [4] and he went to the leading priests and captains of the Temple guard to discuss the best way to betray Jesus to them. [5] They were delighted, and they promised to give him money. [6] So he agreed and began looking for an opportunity to betray Jesus so they could arrest him when the crowds weren’t around.
1 John 1:9 NLT
But if we confess our sins to him, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all wickedness.