If you recall, it was Judas who betrayed Jesus for some silver coins. Judas was one of the twelve originally but committed suicide after he betrayed Christ to the Jewish authorities, hence the eleven disciples. Matthias was later appointed to replace Judas.
The first twelve disciples selected by Jesus were called apostles. (Matthew 10:2)
One of the twelve disciples of Jesus.
The Apostle Matthew
The twelve disciples of Jesus are Peter, Andrew, James , John, Philip, Matthew, Judas, Nathaniel, Bartholomew, Thomas, Thadeus, James the son of alpheaus..
Mark and Luke were not one of the Twelve Disciples.
Read of them between Matthew 4:18 and 10:2.
Some say that there were twelve disciples because there were twelve tribes of Israel.
Jesus had many 'DISCIPLES' (Luke 6:13-16), twelve of whom were chosen as 'APOSTLES', with special privileges and responsibilities (Matthew 10:1-4)(Matthew 11:1), heading up the Christian preaching work, and continuing to make disciples from all nations (Matthew 28:19+20, Matthew 24:14)
Undecim - eleven Duodecim - twelve
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matthew, luke, john, peter, jude wrote jude, james
eleven hundred and twelve or eleven thousand and twelve
The spelling of 12011 is "twelve thousand eleven" or "twelve thousand and eleven."
There were twelve disciples Jesus called to help Him: Simon, Peter, Andrew, James the Greater, his brother John, Phillip, Thomas, Matthew, James the Lesser, Judas, Thaddeus, and Bartholomew.
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A:Matthew is honoured as one of the twelve disciples. The second century Church Fathers further honoured him by attributing one of the New Testament gospels to him. Thus he is now called Saint Matthew the Evangelist.
Simon, Andrew, James, John, Philip Bartholomew, Matthew, Thomas, James, Simon, Judas, Judas
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Matthew (Levi) was a tax collector Simon Peter, Andrew, James (son of Zebedee) and John were fishermen Simon (different from Simon Peter) was a zealot The roles of Philip, Bartholomew, Thomas, James son of Alphaeus, Thaddaeus and Judas Iscariot are not mentioned in the book of Matthew. Luke, not one of the twelve disciples, but a follower of Jesus who presumably recorded the gospel Luke was a physician.
All the disciples were given the power to do so. "And when he had called unto him his twelve disciples, he gave them power against unclean spirits, to cast them out, and to heal all manner of sickness and all manner of disease." Matthew 10:1
LukeAnswer:Matthew emphasizes Christ's public discourses to the "multitudes." John emphasizes His private discourses to His disciples (the twelve).
There were only twelve apostles, but countless disciples or followers of Jesus. Check the NT
Jesus' twelve disciples were Simon Peter, Andrew, James, John (James' brother), Philip, Thomas, Matthew, James the son of Alphaeus, Thaddeus, Simon, Judas Iscariot (Jesus' betrayer), and Bartholomew.
Yes, but he had the Twelve Apostles.'Disciple' means 'taught one'.Jesus had twelve 'specially chosen' disciples, called Apostles(meaning 'sent forth ones' Mark 3:13+14/Matthew 10:5), who were to take the lead in the preaching work(Luke 8:1/Matthew 10:1-42)(Acts 1:8) and in the Christian congregation(Acts 16:4+5)(Ephesians 2:20)after his death. But he also had atleast 120 additional disciples(Acts 1:13-15) by the time of the first Pentecost after he died, and many more joined them as thesedisciples continued to preach(Matthew 28:19+20/Matthew 24:14)(Acts 2:41).