- 1 What did Jesus think of John the Baptist?
- 2 Why did John refused to Baptist Jesus?
- 3 Why did they want John the Baptist head?
- 4 Who died first John or Jesus?
- 5 What did Jesus say to John before he died?
- 6 How did John the Baptist know that Jesus was the Lamb of God?
- 7 Did John and Jesus know each other?
- 8 Did John and Jesus grow up together?
- 9 How much older was John the Baptist than Jesus?
- 10 At what age Jesus was Baptised by John?
- 11 What was John’s main message?
- 12 Did Jesus have a wife?
- 13 Why is John considered a martyr?
- 14 Was John the Baptist a disciple?
What did Jesus think of John the Baptist?
Jesus said that John the Baptist was the greatest Prophet. He said that John’s mission had been prophesied in the scriptures. That John was a messenger/His forerunner. John lived in the wilderness.
Why did John refused to Baptist Jesus?
Matthew records that when Jesus asked John to baptise him, John was reluctant to do so. This could be for the following reasons: baptism is for the forgiveness of sin, yet Jesus is God’s son and therefore sinless. Jesus is the greater person John has been telling people about, so John does not feel worthy to baptise
Why did they want John the Baptist head?
According to the Bible, Herodias wanted John the Baptist dead because of his opposition. Herod admired John for his honesty and goodness and was reluctant to kill him. During a banquet for Herod’s birthday feast, Salome danced for Herod and pleased him greatly.
Who died first John or Jesus?
According to all four canonical gospels of the New Testament, as well as the account of the Jewish historian Josephus, John the Baptist was killed on the orders of a local ruler sometime before Jesus’ crucifixion. The gospels claim the king had him beheaded, and his head put on a platter.
What did Jesus say to John before he died?
“Truly, I say to you, today you will be with me in paradise (in response to one of the two thieves crucified next to him) ” Father, into your hands I commit my spirit ” (last words)
How did John the Baptist know that Jesus was the Lamb of God?
Before John the Baptist proclaimed Jesus as the Lamb of God, he talked about his sandals. That’s why Jesus shocked his disciples when he cleaned their feet before they ate the Passover meal on the night before his crucifixion.
Did John and Jesus know each other?
While it is possible that John and Jesus, though cousins, did not know each other, this seems unlikely. This new vision is a work of the Holy Spirit, an anointing that enables John to see the depths and heights of Jesus’ glory as never before.
Did John and Jesus grow up together?
As to whether or not John knew Jesus growing up, that’s very unlikely. John himself says in verses 30 and 31 of John chapter 1 that he did not know Jesus but rather was sent to make the way ready for him. Also the area that John does his ministry in is quite far from where Jesus grew up.
How much older was John the Baptist than Jesus?
So according to that story John the Baptist is six months older. The RC church celebrates the following. 25th of March the Annunciation to Mary, 24th of June the birth of St John the Baptist, 25th of December birth of Jesus. The Birth of St John is celebrated in the northern countries as the Midsummer celebration.
At what age Jesus was Baptised by John?
When Jesus “began to be about thirty years of age,” he went to be baptized of John at the river Jordan.
What was John’s main message?
The purpose of this gospel, as stated by John himself, is to show that Jesus of Nazareth was Christ, the Son of God, and that believers in him might have eternal life.
Did Jesus have a wife?
Mary Magdalene as Jesus’s wife.
Why is John considered a martyr?
He was unwilling to go further and execute John but, at a party in Galilee, Herodias gets her daughter to ask for the head of John the Baptist, a request he could not refuse. A martyr is generally considered to be someone who dies for his faith, so John could somewhat marginally be called a martyr.
Was John the Baptist a disciple?
There is no biblical evidence indicating that John the Baptist ever became a disciple of Jesus, even though it seems he had plenty of time to do so. In fact, to this day, a community of disciples of John the Baptist still exists in the Middle East.