The Life and Ministry of

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The Life and Ministry of Peter

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Who were Jesus' 12 Disciples? Jesus Begins His Ministry After being sanctified through water by John the Baptist and burning through 40 days in the wild, Jesus began instructing and numerous individuals began tailing him. Following a night of supplication and reflection, Jesus picked twelve men out of each one of the individuals who were tailing him.

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Who were Jesus' 12 Disciples? [Jesus] called his twelve supporters to him and gave them power to drive out malice spirits and to mend each malady and infection. These are the names of the twelve messengers: to start with, Simon (who is called Peter) and his sibling Andrew; James child of Zebedee, and his sibling John; Philip and Bartholomew; Thomas and Matthew the assessment authority; James child of Alphaeus, and Thaddaeus; Simon the Zealot and Judas Iscariot, who deceived him. –Matthew 10:1-4

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Peter James John Andrew Philip Bartholomew Matthew Thomas James Thaddaeus Simon Judas Iscariot

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Who were Jesus' 12 Disciples? The Purpose and Mission of Jesus' Disciples These twelve men would be Jesus' primary supporters. These devotees were chosen to let the world know about God's affection, and that God sent Jesus to recover the world. ( John 17:23 ) These are the twelve men who, generally, would end up being companions and adherents of Jesus.

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Who were Jesus' 12 Disciples? The Purpose and Mission of Jesus' Disciples Their direction and discussions would turn into the lessons, information, and guideline for the congregation that would later develop and spread. Jesus knew their identities, qualities and shortcomings. Jesus realized that these twelve would in some cases baffle him, leave him, deny him, and deceive him.

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Who were Jesus' 12 Disciples? The Purpose and Mission of Jesus' Disciples Jesus realized that these twelve, once loaded with the Holy Spirit, would be the main observers of the Gospel, conveying God's message of reclamation to Judea, Samaria, and the finishes of the earth. The twelve tribes of Israel were honored keeping in mind the end goal to be a gift to all countries. Correspondingly, these twelve men, alongside all supporters of Jesus, were to favor all countries. ( Galatians 3:8 )

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Who were Jesus' 12 Disciples? The Backgrounds of Jesus' Disciples The devotees were from the Galilee region aside from Judas Iscariot who was from Judea. Their occupations extended from anglers to assessment authorities and progressives. Some were hitched. ( Mark 1:29-31 ; 1 Cor. 9:3-6 ) Some were knowledgeable in Scripture. ( John 1:46 )

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Peter Main Menu

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Encounters with Jesus Peter was called to be a fisher of men. Left everything to take after Jesus. ( Mathew 4:19 ; Luke 5:11 ) Peter's given name, Simon, was changed by Jesus. Simon (Peter) said Jesus is the Christ, Son of the living God. Jesus named him Peter (shake) and said, "on this stone I will manufacture my congregation, and the entryways of Hades won't conquer it." ( Matthew 16:16-19 ; John 1:42-44 ) Was impugned in light of the fact that he declined to acknowledge that Jesus needed to kick the bucket. ( Matthew 16:23 ) Peter Simon, child of Jonah Cephas ("shake" or stone)

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Peter Simon, child of Jonah Cephas ("shake" or stone) The Transfiguration Sanzio Raffaello (1518-1520) Encounters with Jesus Witnessed Jesus' Transfiguration (where Jesus was appeared to be God). ( Mark 9:2-4 )

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Peter Simon, child of Jonah Cephas ("shake" or stone) Encounters with Jesus Was sent to set up the second story space for the Last Supper. ( Luke 22:8 ) Jesus precisely anticipated that Peter would deny knowing him three times. ( Luke 22:31-34 ) Peter is one of the three educates in the center gathering of supporters. Was with Jesus in the Garden of Gethsemane. ( Matthew 26:37-39 )

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Peter Simon, child of Jonah Cephas ("shake" or stone) St. Subside, Georges de La Tour (1615-20) Encounters with Jesus When Jesus appeared to the supporters close to the Sea of Galilee taking after his revival, he tried Peter's reliability by inquiring as to whether he cherished him. Subsequent to testing Peter, Jesus trained him to "sustain his sheep." ( John 21:17-19 )

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Peter Simon, child of Jonah Cephas ("shake" or stone) General Information Son of John and conceived in Bethsaida. ( John 1:42-44 ) Lived in Capernaum. ( Matthew 8:5-7, 14 ) Fisherman. ( Matthew 4:18 ) Brother of Andrew. ( Matthew 4:18 ) Partner with James and John. ( Luke 5:10 )

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General Information Married. ( Matthew 8:14 ) One of the mainstays of the Jerusalem church. ( Galatians 2:9 ) Boldly lectured, recuperated, and tended to Jews and Gentiles after Pentecost. ( Acts 2:38; 3:6, 7 ) Peter Simon, child of Jonah Cephas ("shake" or stone) St. Diminish, Pierre Etienne Monnot (1708-1713)

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General Information Imprisoned by Herod for lecturing; was safeguarded by a heavenly attendant of the Lord. ( Acts 12:4, 7 ) Called to be a messenger to the Jews. ( Galatians 2:8 ) Wrote 1 and 2 Peter. Dwindle Simon, child of Jonah Cephas ("shake" or stone) The Liberation of St. Subside Hendrick van Steenwyck (1619)

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Personality and Character Impulsive, yet apprehensive. ( Matthew 14:28-30 ; 26:69, 70 ) Hot tempered ( John 18:10 ), yet gracious. ( Matthew 26:75 ) Insightful ( Matthew 16:16 ), yet unmindful. ( Matthew 16:21-23 ) Courageous and strong after Pentecost ( Acts 5:28-30 ) , yet was misleading. ( Galatians 2:11-13 ) Peter Simon, child of Jonah Cephas ("shake" or stone) Apostle St. Dwindle El Greco (1610-1614)

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Key Lesson Peter denied knowing Jesus three times. ( Matthew 26:69, 70 ) After Jesus became alive once again, three times he inquired as to whether he cherished him. Jesus pardoned Peter and authorized him to "sustain his sheep." ( John 21:17-19 ) After Pentecost, Peter turns into a strong evangelist and pioneer, who no longer dreaded demise. Dwindle Simon, child of Jonah Cephas ("shake" or stone)

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Peter Simon, child of Jonah Cephas ("shake" or stone) The Denial of St. Dwindle Caravaggio (1610) Key Lesson God can excuse sins and fortify the confidence of the individuals who adore him.

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Other Stories About Peter Simon, child of Jonah Cephas ("shake" or stone) • Rome Asia Minor Syria Judea Some say Peter later tended to Judea, Syria, Asia Minor, and Rome.

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Peter Simon, child of Jonah Cephas ("shake" or stone) St. Stamp, Niccolò Di Pietro Lamberti (1410-1412) Other Stories About Peter Papias (second-century Christian) recorded that Mark served as Peter's recorder and composed the Gospel of Mark in view of Peter's declaration.

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Peter Simon, child of Jonah Cephas ("shake" or stone) The Crucifixion of Saint Peter, Caravaggio (1600) Nero Other Stories About Peter According to a few stories, Peter requested that be killed topsy turvy. Dwindle may have been killed amid the reign of Nero in Rome.

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Peter Simon, child of Jonah Cephas ("shake" or stone) Saint Peter Holding the Keys to the Church, Jacob Adriaensz (1608-1651) Other Stories About Peter Symbols for Peter are keys, speaking to the keys to the kingdom of paradise. ( Matthew 16:19 )

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Being a Disciple of Christ

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Being a Disciple of Christ Beginning the Journey: Count the Cost Jesus said that whoever needs to tail him must deny himself and take up his cross. He said that on the off chance that one needs to spare his life he will lose it, however in the event that he loses his life for Jesus and for the gospel, he will spare it. ( Mark 8:34, 35 ) When Simon Peter, James and John experienced Jesus, they pulled their water crafts up on shore, left everything and tailed him. ( Luke 5:11 )

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Being a Disciple of Christ Following Christ Together: Fellowship Jesus asked that his supporters would be conveyed to finish solidarity. ( John 17:23 ) The adherents of Jesus were not to surrender getting together and were to support each other. ( Hebrews 10:25 )

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Being a Disciple of Christ Serving Christ and Others Jesus said that whoever needs to wind up incredible among his pupils must be a worker, generally as Jesus himself did not come to be served, but rather to serve, and "to give his life a payoff for some." ( Matthew 20:26-28 )

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Being a Disciple of Christ Failures and Forgiveness When Jesus was captured, every one of the supporters left him and fled; and Peter denied knowing him since he dreaded for his life. ( Matthew 26:56 ; Mark 14:71, 72 ) Later Jesus said that the supporters would get control when the Holy Spirit came to them and that they would share the uplifting news in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and everywhere throughout the earth. ( Acts 1:8 )

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The End

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John 1:42-44 42 And he conveyed him to Jesus. Jesus took a gander at him and said, "You are Simon child of John. You will be called Cephas" (which, when interpreted, is Peter). 43 The following day Jesus chose to leave for Galilee. Discovering Philip, he said to him, "Tail me." 44 Philip, similar to Andrew and Peter, was from the town of Bethsaida. Back

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Matthew 8:5-7, 14 5 When Jesus had entered Capernaum, a centurion came to him, requesting help. 6 "Master," he said, "my hireling lies at home incapacitated and in loathsome enduring." 7 Jesus said to him, "I will go and recuperate him." 14 When Jesus came into Peter's home, he saw Peter's relative lying in bed with a fever. Back

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Matthew 4:18-20 18 As Jesus was strolling close to the Sea of Galilee, he saw two siblings, Simon called Peter and his sibling Andrew. They were throwing a net into the lake, for they were anglers. 19 "Come, tail me," Jesus said, "and I will make you fishers of men." 20 At once they cleared out their nets and tailed him. Back

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Luke 5:8-11 8 When Simon Peter saw this, he fell at Jesus' knees and said, "Leave from me, Lord; I am an evil man!" 9 For he and every one of his buddies were amazed at the catch of fish they had taken, 10 as were J