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  1. Saint Philip the Apostle, ; Western feast day May 3, Eastern feast day November 14), one of the Twelve Apostles. Mentioned only by name in the Apostle lists of the Synoptic Gospels, he is a frequent character in the Gospel According to John, according to which (1:43–51) he came from Bethsaida,

  2. Aug 23, 2019 · Podcasts Who Was the Apostle Philip? While we don’t know a lot about Philip, we do know he was personally reached by Jesus himself. The Gospels of Matthew, Mark, and Luke give us no details about him. All the vignettes of Philip appear in the Gospel of John. Greg Laurie | Updated Aug 23, 2019 Facts about Philip the Apostle 1.

  3. Jun 10, 2018 · Philip the Apostle was one of the earliest followers of Jesus Christ. Some scholars speculate that Philip was first a disciple of John the Baptist because he lived in the region where John preached. Like Peter and Peter's brother Andrew, Philip was a Galilean, from the village of Bethsaida. It's probable they knew one another and were friends.

  4. We first see Philip mentioned in John 1:43-45 the day after Andrew and his brother Peter first started following Jesus. Jesus was in Galilee when he found Philip and said unto him, “Follow Me.” Philip was from Bethsaida, the same hometown as Andrew and Peter (John 1:44).

  5. Aug 10, 2022 · Who Was Philip in the Bible? Philip doesn't rank high on most people's lists of famous people in the Bible. In fact, you probably didn't know that there are two Philips in the New Testament. Here's what we know about the first Philip, and what we can learn from him. Philip doesn't rank high on most people's lists of famous people in the Bible.

  6. Philip the Apostle ( Greek: Φίλιππος; Aramaic: ܦܝܠܝܦܘܣ; Coptic: ⲫⲓⲗⲓⲡⲡⲟⲥ, Philippos) was one of the Twelve Apostles of Jesus according to the New Testament. Later Christian traditions describe Philip as the apostle who preached in Greece, Syria, and Asia-Minor. In the Roman Rite, the feast day of Philip, along ...

  7. When Philip, after Christ had spoken to His Apostles of knowing and seeing the Father, said to Him: "Lord, shew us the Father, and it is enough for us", he received the answer: "He that seeth me, seeth the Father also" (xiv, 8-9). These three episodes furnish a consistent character-sketch of Philip as a naïve, somewhat shy, sober-minded man.

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