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The Twelve: Judas Iscariot

Luke 6:16 Perhaps you’ve never thought about it before, but it’s remarkable to note that our Lord intentionally and prayerfully, our Lord chose Judas Iscariot to be one of the twelve Apostles. And our Lord knew full well exactly what he was getting into with Judas. I want you to notice in Luke Chapter 6, verse 12: “In these days he went…

The Twelve: The Sons of Thunder

Luke 6:12-16 Today we’re looking at the two sons of Zebedee, James and John. Those two brothers, James and John, they belong to that first group of Apostles, that inner circle, and that included two other brothers, Simon and Andrew. And as you might imagine, two sets of brothers knowing each other, knowing each other in Galilee and Capernaum, in the fishing…

The Twelve: Solidifying the Rock, Part 3

Luke 6:14 Simon was a Galilean fisherman. He was actually the owner of a small fishing business that he operated on the Sea of Galilee, along with his brother Andrew, two of his friends, the two sons of Zebedee, James and John. Simon was not, not a man who was who had been considered in his day an educated man, though he…

The Twelve: Solidifying the Rock, Part 2

Luke 6:12-16 Luke 6:12 to 16 goes like this, “In these days he,” that is Jesus, “went out to the mountain to pray, and all night he continued in prayer to God. And when day came, he called his disciples and chose from them twelve, whom he named Apostles: Simon, whom he named Peter, and Andrew his brother, and James and John,…

The Twelve: Solidifying the Rock, Part 1

Luke 6:14 So this is sort of a character study, kind of a meditative study on Peter, and we’ll cover some of the other Apostle as well—not in as much detail as we will Peter, but we will definitely take some time on Peter. I’d like to introduce our study by starting with a monumental moment in Peter’s life and to look…