Feb 20, 2010 ... Who were the disciples of Jesus Christ? ... The original twelve disciples are also
called the 'apostles' (Greek – 'apostolos' meaning 'one who is ...
What jobs did the twelve apostles hold before becoming apostles? And where
did they hail from? ... Many were Fisherman. Matthew, or Levi, son of Alpheus, ...
What jobs did all twelve disciples have before they became followers of Christ? ...
Andrew, James, and John were fisherman (Matthew 4:18-22; Mark 1:16-20; ...
Apostle, Occupation, Accomplishments & Some key Scripture references, Death
... at Hieropolis in Asia Minor with his daughters, 2 of whom were prophetesses.
In Revelation 21:14 we are told that the twelve foundations of the wall of the New
Jerusalem will have in them the names of the twelve disciples/apostles.
Sep 24, 2015 ... The twelve disciples were men of ordinary means, working as a fisherman, a tax
collector and a revolutionary among other occupations and ...
The Bible does not tell the occupations of all the disciples except for Thomas and
Bartholomew, who were fishermen, and Judas, James and Phillip, who were ...
I know four were fishermen. What about the rest? The original twelve apostles
were: ... Nothing is said in the Bible regarding the occupations of the rest.
Mar 20, 2016 ... The names of the twelve disciples of Jesus Christ are listed in four ... Occupation:
Unknown, was in Galilee when Jesus found him (John 1:43).
Jesus called 12 disciples to serve as his closest helpers and companions. John 1
:37-49 relates the calling of Andrew, Peter, James, John, Philip and Nathaniel.