38

Thaddaeus

Philip

39

40

Bartholomew

James
son of Alphaeus

41

Gospels

Gospels

Gospels

Gospels

38

Thaddaeus

Philip

39

40

Bartholomew

James
son of Alphaeus

41

Gospels

Gospels

Gospels

Gospels

Apostle
“He appointed twelve­  30 designating them apostles­  that they might be with  him and that he might  send them out to preach.”  Mark 3:14 

Apostle
“Jesus saw Nathan'a­el  30 coming to him, and said  of him, "Behold, an  Israelite indeed, in  whom is no guile!”  John 1:47 

Apostle
"We have found Him of  whom Moses in the Law  and also the Prophets  wrote, Jesus of  Nazareth, the son of  Joseph" John 1:45 
30

Apostle
“Keep yourselves in  God's love as you wait  for the mercy of our  Lord Jesus Christ to  bring you to eternal  life.” Jude 21  30

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Son of Mary and  Alphaeus (Clopas), called  James the Less  His mother was one of  the first to see Christ  risen from the dead  Some believe he is the  author of the book of  James and a cousin of  Jesus. If so, he was a  primary leader among  the early church. 
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Also named Nathanael  From Cana of Galilee 

From Bethsaida of  Galilee, where Andrew  and Peter also lived  Brought Bartholomew  (Nathanael) to Jesus  Jesus asks Philip how to  feed 5,000 people with  a few fish and loaves of  bread  Jesus tells Philip that to  see Christ is to see the  Father 
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Jesus saw him alone  under the fig tree  Jesus praised his lack  of guile or deceit  He apparently knew  the scriptures well 
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Also called Lebbaeus  or Jude (Judas)  Probably wrote the  book of Jude  A cousin to Jesus and  brother of James, son  of Alphaeus  His name means  courageous 
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Apostle
“He appointed twelve­  30 designating them apostles­  that they might be with  him and that he might  send them out to preach.”  Mark 3:14 

Apostle
“Jesus saw Nathan'a­el  30 coming to him, and said  of him, "Behold, an  Israelite indeed, in  whom is no guile!”  John 1:47 

Apostle
"We have found Him of  whom Moses in the Law  and also the Prophets  wrote, Jesus of  Nazareth, the son of  Joseph" John 1:45
30

Apostle
“Keep yourselves in  God's love as you wait  for the mercy of our  Lord Jesus Christ to  bring you to eternal  life.” Jude 21 30

, ,

Son of Mary and  Alphaeus (Clopas), called  James the Less  His mother was one of  the first to see Christ  risen from the dead  Some believe he is the  author of the book of  James and a cousin of  Jesus. If so, he was a  primary leader among  the early church. 
eBibleTeacher.com/children  Bible Clips graphics 

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, , ,

Also named Nathanael  From Cana of Galilee 

From Bethsaida of  Galilee, where Andrew  and Peter also lived  Brought Bartholomew  (Nathanael) to Jesus  Jesus asks Philip how to  feed 5,000 people with  a few fish and loaves of  bread  Jesus tells Philip that to  see Christ is to see the  Father 
eBibleTeacher.com/children  Bible Clips graphics 

Jesus saw him alone  under the fig tree  Jesus praised his lack  of guile or deceit  He apparently knew  the scriptures well 
eBibleTeacher.com/children  Bible Clips graphics 

, , ,

Also called Lebbaeus  or Jude (Judas)  Probably wrote the  book of Jude  A cousin to Jesus and  brother of James, son  of Alphaeus  His name means  courageous 
eBibleTeacher.com/children  Bible Clips graphics

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