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THE PAINFUL DEATH OF THE 12 DISCIPLES OF JESUS WHILE SPREADING GOSPEL

The 12 apostles or disciples were not ordinary Jews who would crack jokes about salvation along the journey. These are the people who went side by side with Jesus, proclaiming the gospel and good news to the Gentiles. By walking with Jesus Christ of Nazareth, you have a better understanding of what it means to be a Christian. It’s important to remember that Jesus was God’s son. The heavens and the earth were created by God. As a result, following His son Jesus Christ necessitates complete holiness, righteousness, and humility. Without further ado, here is a list of the 12 disciples, along with how each died

1 Andrew

He likewise unexpectedly died at a time when he was traveling to the “country of man-eaters.” The Soviet Union is the name given to this region today. It is said that he was the first Apostle to bring the gospel to the Soviet Union, but what happened to him was the worst experience ever recorded in history. He brought the good news to Asia Minor, which is today Turkey, as well as Greece. It was in these cities that he, like his master Jesus Christ, was crucified.

2. The Apostles Peter and Paul

I’m going to group Peter and Paul together because their deaths were practically identical. They died around the year 66 AD as a result of Emperor Nero’s martyrdom. It was at this period when the church was persecuted. As a result of their martyrdom, Peter and Paul became victims of the persecution. Paul was decapitated, while Peter was crucified upside down at his request, according to the Bible. He was crucified upside down because he did not believe he was worthy of dying in the same way as his Lord Jesus Christ. You are widely aware that Jesus Christ was crucified.

3 Philip

We encounter Philip once more, who had a tremendous mission in Carthage, North Africa, and then Asia Minor. He converted the widow of a Roman Proconsul, which is the most important achievement ever recorded in history. As a result, they had no choice but to arrest him and execute him. It had been such a dreadful experience.

4 Mathew

The first book of the New Testament is this one. It is unclear how he passed away. However, some sources claim he was martyred, while others claim he was stabbed to death in Ethiopia. He was involved in the mission in Persia and Ethiopia till his death.

5 Thomas

We meet Thomas, a very important and influential disciple. He propagated the gospel east of Syria and as far as India, where the Mathorma Christians refer to him as the founder of Christianity. According to Mathorma Christians, he was pierced through with the spears of four warriors, which is how he died. You can’t image the agony he’s going through.

6. Bartholomew

He also worked with Thomas to proclaim the gospel of Christ in India and Armenia. He also served in Ethiopia and Southern Arabia as a minister. He, like his comrades, was a victim of assassination and a martyr for the message of Christ.

7 Simon the Zealot

Simon the Zealot, who is said to have refused to sacrifice to the sun deity, is not to be mocked. When he refused to do so, he was assassinated. You can imagine the lengths to which people will go to avoid worshiping other gods in order to honor Israel’s living God.

8 Matthais

Mathias took Judas’ place after he misbehaved. He was burned to death in Syria, according to the terrible news. What a heartbreaking event and a gruesome scene.

9 James

We meet Alpheus’s son, James, once more. According to some stories, James served as a missionary in Syria. Following that, we have Josephus, a historian who claims that James was stoned to death. He was stoned and then clubbed before dying. It was such a tragic event in the church’s history

10 John

When you think of John, you probably think of the Book of Revelation. This is his final book, and it contains some of the most profound wisdom ever recorded in the Bible. John is said to have lived a happy life until the end of his days. He was an elder in the Ephesus church at that age. According to reports, he was also responsible for the care of Mary, Jesus’ mother

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