The First Epistle General of Peter
... of Bethsaida. He was brought to Jesus by his brother Andrew, and, like
him, had been a disciple of John the Baptist. Our Lord at ...
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The Disciples of Jesus.
... and dwelt there habitually. Andrew appears to have been a disciple of John the
Baptist, and Jesus had perhaps known him on the banks of the Jordan. The ...
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Life and Character of John
... of Bethsaida in Galilee (like Peter, Andrew, and Philip ... which could have proceeded
only from the beloved disciple. ... the Gospel and the Epistles of John, we feel ...
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... that he is not Peter, nor James, that he is none other than the beloved John who
leaned on ... He is undoubtedly that unnamed disciple who, with Andrew, was led ...
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Jesus and the Beloved Disciple.
... One of these was Andrew; and the other we know was John"we know it because in John's
own Gospel, where the ... John calls himself the "disciple whom Jesus ...
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Characteristics of the Twelve
... In company with Andrew he found the Messiah. ... Assuredly we should have written, The
disciple whom Jesus loved, who ... John himself there would have been a trace of ...
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The First Disciples.
... So John, the loving; Andrew, the obedient, and Peter, the believing ... man from Bethsaida
who had come down to hear John. ... Nathanael became the fifth disciple. ...
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The First Disciples.
... is the first recorded instance of the Savior calling a disciple to follow ... a citizen
of Bethsaida, of Galilee, and a fellow-townsman of Andrew and Peter ... John 1:45 ...
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The Second and Third General Epistles of John
... the declarations of the elders; what was said by Andrew, by Peter ... very strange that
for Papias, who was himself a disciple of the apostle John, anyone but ...
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Jesus Begins his Work
... John, Andrew, Simon, Philip, and Nathanael"five ... And very likely John had brought
his brother James to ... in Jerusalem who did want to be Jesus Christ's disciple. ...
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Nave's Topical IndexJohn 1:40
One of the two which heard John speak, and followed him, was Andrew, Simon Peter's brother.Nave's Topical Index
Andrew of Bethsaida
Andrew: A Disciple of John
Andrew: An Apostle--A Fisherman
Andrew: Asks the Master Privately About the Destruction of the Temple
Andrew: Call of
Andrew: Finds Peter, his Brother, and Brings Him to Jesus
Andrew: His Name Appears in the List of the Apostles In
Andrew: Meets With the Disciples After the Lord's Ascension
Andrew: Reports the Number of Loaves at the Feeding of the Five Thousand
Andrew: Tells Jesus of the Greeks Who Sought to See Him
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