Who Am I?
- I was a fisherman before Jesus called me to be an apostle.
- Though my hometown was Bethsaida, I was in Capernaum when Jesus called me.
- I was a disciple of John the Baptist.
- When I heard Jesus, I went to my brother Peter and told him that I had met the Christ and urged Peter to meet Jesus.
(Do you know who I am? See John 1:41)
- I was a leader of God’s people.
- Joshua was my assistant and then led the Jews after I died on Mt. Nebo.
- I was raised in Pharaoh’s house though I later chose to suffer with my own people, the Jews, instead of living as an Egyptian.
- God appeared to me in a bush on fire but was not burned up.
(Do you know who I am? See Exodus 3:4)
- I wrote five books of the New Testament.
- My father’s name was Zebedee.
- My brother and I were apostles whom Jesus nicknamed “Sons of Thunder.
- I am sometimes known as “the apostle whom Jesus loved.”
(Do you know who I am? See Revelation 1:1)
- I had a stick that turned into a snake then back into a stick.
- One time the stick budded like a tree. It was put into the Ark of the Covenant.
- My brother did powerful signs before King Pharaoh of Egypt; I spoke the words of God to him.
- I had a sister named Miriam. She and I wanted to lead Israel like Moses but it made God angry. We then obeyed God.
(Do you know who I am? See Exodus 7:2.)
- I was a fisherman when Jesus called me to be an apostle.
- My brother, Andrew, told me about Jesus.
- I walked on the water with Jesus.
- I denied Jesus three times before He was crucified.
(Do you know who I am? See Acts 2:38.)
- Stephen and I, along with five other men were appointed to take care of some Christian widows who were not being fed.
- I went on to preach in a place called Samaria and many people followed Jesus.
- I also baptized the treasurer of Ethiopia as he traveled home from Jerusalem.
- I baptized a sorcerer, named Simon, who gave up his fake magic when he saw the true wonders of God.
(Do you know who I am? See Acts 8:5)