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NT Key People
40 Brother of Simon Peter and one of Jesus' first disciples. Was a follower of John the Baptist. When JTB identified Jesus as the Lamb of God, Peter and Andrew followed Jesus.
40 High Priest at Jerusalem along with Caiaphas when JTB began his ministry.
40 Sadducee who was high priest with Annas during JTB's ministry.
40 John the Baptist
40 Forerunner of Jesus; moral reformer and preacher of messianic hope; cousin of Jesus.
40 The name of several Roman rulers in Israel during Jesus' earthly ministry, the periods shortly before His birth, and after His resurrection.
40 The fifth Roman procurator of Judea (ruled 26-36 AD), who issued the official order sentencing Jesus to death by crucifixion.
40 Simon of Cyrene
40 The man who was forced to carry Jesus' cross.
42 Priest, husband of Elizabeth, and father of John the Baptist. Couldn't speak but later prophesied of his son’s ministry.
42 Wife of Zacharias, barren, later mother of John the Baptist, relative of Mary.
42 Mother of Jesus Christ by the Holy Spirit as a virgin. Husband was Joseph.
42 Angel who announced the miraculous births of John the Baptist and Jesus Christ to Elizabeth and Mary.
42 Martha and Mary
42 Sisters of Lazarus; one too busy and one who worshipped Jesus.
42 Repentant, tree-climbing tax gatherer.
43 Mary Magdalene
43 One of Jesus' most prominent Galilean female disciples. She is not the woman of bad character and loose morals from Luke 7.
43 Native of Cana in Galilee who became a disciple of Jesus. Nathanael was introduced to Jesus by his friend Philip.
43 A Pharisee and member of the Sanhedrin who probably became a disciple of Jesus. Jesus told him he must be born again.
44 Roman ruler of Galilee and eventual ruler of the territory governed by his grandfather, Herod the Great. Paul appeared before the other Agrippa (II).
44 A Christian who, with his wife Sapphira, sold land and withheld money he pledged to the church. Was killed by God.
44 A learned and eloquent Jew from Alexandria in Egypt and an influential leader in the early church. Was a disciple of JTB, and only knew some of Jesus' teaching. Aquilla and Priscilla clued him in.
44 Jewish Christian living in Corinth with his wife Priscilla when Paul arrived there. He and Priscilla traveled with Paul from Corinth.
44 Name means "son of encouragement." An apostle in the early church and Paul's companion on his first missionary journey.
44 The disciple chosen to succeed Judas Iscariot as an apostle.
44 A Roman soldier stationed in Caesarea who was the first recorded Gentile convert to Christianity.
44 Young man of Troas who fell asleep while listening to a sermon by the apostle Paul and "fell down from the third story." Paul raised him from the dead.
44 Roman procurator, or governor, of Judea before whom the apostle Paul appeared.
44 The successor of Felix as Roman procurator of Judea.
44 Famous member of the Jewish Sanhedrin and a teacher of the Law. He taught Paul and advised the Sanhedrin to treat the apostles of the young Christian church with moderation.
44 An evangelist. Witnessed from Isaiah 53 to the Ethiopian Eunich.
44 Wife of Aquila. Left Corinth to travel with Paul.
44 Servant girl in the home of Mary, mother of John Mark. Answered Peter's knock after God miraculously released him from prison.
44 Wife of Ananias; killed by God for lying to God.
44 Accompanied Paul to Antioch of Syria to report the decision of the Jerusalem Council to accept Gentile Christians into the Church. Went on 2nd missionary journey with Paul.
44 Simon Magus
44 Sorcerer who tried to buy spiritual powers from the apostle Peter.
44 One of the first seven deacons of the early church and the first Christian martyr.
50 Servant of Paul left in Philippi.
54 False teacher in Ephesus where Timothy served as pastor.
55 Timothy’s grandmother.
55 Timothy’s mother.
57 Christian slave owner.
57 Slave who receives Christ under Paul's ministry and must now return to his master.
64 Loved the preeminence.