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How John, Judas, and Simon from the 12 apostles story have died?

12 APOSTLES STORY – This is the story of John, Judas, and Simon of the 12 apostles after Jesus Christ resurrected after his execution.

The 12 apostles surely hold great importance to Jesus Christ because each of them was specially chosen by Him to be with Him in spreading the word of God to the people. They have witnessed all of His miracles and here’s what happened to them after Jesus died.

Here’s how John, Judas, and Simon died:

JOHN
Believed to be the beloved disciple of Jesus Christ. When Mary died, he went to Ephesus and wrote his three epistles. He got exiled at the island of Patmos because of his preaching and from there, he wrote the book of Revelations. He died naturally around 98 AD.

JUDAS
As the only death recorded in the Bible, he is the one who betrayed Jesus Christ. And he wasn’t a martyr like the other disciples. After receiving his thirty pieces of silver in exchange of his betrayal, he hanged himself. Unbelievable as it may seem how a traitor would emerge in him after witnessing His miracles.

SIMON
One of the little known followers, he lived in Galilee and there were several stories about his death. The Golden Legend says he died as a martytr in Persia around 65 AD while the Ethiopian Christians believed he was crucified in Samaria. In 16th century, it was told he was sawed in half while there are also who said that he died of old age in Edessa.

The 12 apostles of Jesus Christ are:

  • Peter
  • James
  • John
  • Andrew
  • Bartholomew or Nathanael
  • James, the Lesser or Younger
  • Judas
  • Jude or Thaddeus
  • Matthew or Levi
  • Philip
  • Simon the Zealot
  • Thomas

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