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Which disciple(s) are you most like?

What disciple are you more like?

  • Peter

    Votes: 3 30.0%
  • John

    Votes: 2 20.0%
  • James

    Votes: 1 10.0%
  • Andrew

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Philip

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Bartholomew

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Thomas

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Matthew

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Thaddaeus

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Other:

    Votes: 4 40.0%

  • Total voters
    10
Loyal
I am not sure wich one I am most like but my favorite one is Paul other wise known as saul. What timing on this question , i am currently reading ACTS and came here this morning to see if there are any threads on Paul, going to explore non biblical evidence to back up the biblical evidence of Paul's conversion from persecutor to promoter.
 
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RJ

I am not one of the original 12 but , though a late bloomer, an Apostle none the less.....Paul!
 
Loyal
John - The disciple "Jesus loved". ( John 13:23; John 19:26; John 20:2; John 21:7; John 21:20; etc... )

I'm sure Jesus loved them all.... but John seemed to recognize it more.
 
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I picked James for 2 reasons,he got to go with Jesus to raise a child from the dead.( mark 5:37-42) and 2.Because the first book Holy Spirit gave me understanding in, is found in James, just how powerful words can become in our lives!!( James 3:1-18) And for those who guard there words also obtain the gentleness of wisdom.verse 13.also Col 4:6
 
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Peter. Impatient, aggressive, tempered, quick to speak and bold. Learning though, the evidence of the Holy Spirit's work in my life is as clear as daylight.
 
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My answer was the same as @B-A-C,"the disciple who Jesus loved".
Jesus often called himself the "one whom God sent"and John completes that picture as one who he was sent to.
Instead of egocentric,Jesus was sentcentric and John was recievecentric but both were lovecentric.
Yes I just made those words up.
 
Loyal
Like none of the 12, although the closest would be Barnabas. The man I am closest to in Spirit would probably be Moses.
 
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B-A-C,

re: "John - The disciple 'Jesus loved'."

John is probably a good choice, but I'm not aware of any scripture that identifies the disciple that the Messiah loved as being John. What do you have in mind?
 
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B-A-C,

re: "John - The disciple 'Jesus loved'."

John is probably a good choice, but I'm not aware of any scripture that identifies the disciple that the Messiah loved as being John. What do you have in mind?
When John says it, he is talking about himself.
 
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Ophel,
re: "When John says it, he is talking about himself."


How do you know that? What scriptural evidence do you have for making that assertion?
 
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Ophel,
re: "It is generally understood that John is referring to himself."

But why is it understood that way? What is that understanding based upon?
I have given you a reply about that. Click on the link.
 
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Hi Paul ex Saul I would say as I eventually let the Lord into my life after a long period of denial and changing my ways
 
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I picked James for 2 reasons,he got to go with Jesus to raise a child from the dead.( mark 5:37-42) and 2.Because the first book Holy Spirit gave me understanding in, is found in James, just how powerful words can become in our lives!!( James 3:1-18) And for those who guard there words also obtain the gentleness of wisdom.verse 13.also Col 4:6
James. He is simple worded and straight to the point.
 

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