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of Simon Peter, and one of the apostles of Jesus, belonging to Bethsaida
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Nave's Topical IndexJohn 1:44
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The First Disciples
... Two of these disciples at once attached themselves to Jesus, and one of them, Andrew
of Bethsaida, was so impressed by the new master that, having sought out ...
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The Disciples of Jesus.
... These two brothers were Simon, surnamed Cephas or Peter, and Andrew. Born at
Bethsaida, they were established at Capernaum when Jesus commenced his public ...
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The First Disciples.
... must be borne in mind, is not Philip, "one of the seven," but "one of the Twelve,"
a citizen of Bethsaida, of Galilee, and a fellow-townsman of Andrew and Peter ...
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Healing Peter's Mother-In-Law and Many Others.
... Simon and Andrew, with James and John. [Peter and Andrew had dwelt at Bethsaida
(John 1:44). They may have removed to Capernaum, or ...
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Jesus Makes his First Disciples.
... from Bethsaida [Bethsaida of Galilee, on the northwestern shore of the Lake of Galilee.
It was a wicked place"Matthew 11:21], of the city of Andrew and Peter ...
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The First Disciples.
... The first thing that Andrew did was to go and find his brother, Simon Peter. They
were both fishermen from Bethsaida on Lake Galilee, and had come down to hear ...
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John i. 43, 44
... forth into Galilee and findeth Philip, and saith unto him, Follow Me. Now
Philip was of Bethsaida, the city of Andrew and Peter.". ...
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... Here was Judas born, commonly called 'Gaulanites,' and as commonly also, the 'Galilean.'
So Peter and Andrew and Philip were Gaulanites; of Bethsaida, John 1:44 ...
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The Cavils of the Pharisees Concerning Purification, and the ...
...  Further, it would explain, how Peter and Andrew, who, according to
St. John,  were of Bethsaida, are described by St. ...
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Found by Jesus, and Finding Jesus
... Philip, and Peter, and Andrew, were all of Bethsaida: "Now Philip was of Bethsaida,
the city of Andrew and Peter." These three good men, these three apostles ...
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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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