Apostles went out in pairs, who went with Judas Iscariot?


#1

Mark 6:7 Then he summoned the Twelve and began to send them out in pairs, giving them authority over unclean spirits.

I wondered how they paired up, maybe brothers together and wondered who went with Judas Iscariot and whether there was a sigh?

I know we cannot know but it would be interesting whether Jesus sent Peter out with Judas Iscariot?

What do you think?


#2

Judas never went anywhere. He hung himself for having betrayed Christ. The 12 apostles chose another to replace him.


#3

He is asking about the Apostles’ activity during Christ’s ministry.


#4

Probably Judas not Iscariot.


#5

In Matt. 10 : 2 The apostles are listed in pairs with Simon the Zealot & Judas Iscariot together. :shrug:


#6

I bet Simon got an earful. Judas was probably already grumbling.


#7

:thumbsup:


#8

It may have been the other way around.

oca.org/saints/lives/2015/05/10/101337-apostle-simon-zealotes


#9

Luke says there were teams of advance people who went to prepare “events” in towns in advance of Jesus coming around. These were quasi-disciples who later were “ordained” as full disciples after Jesus was crucified.

I doubt that Judas strayed very far from Jesus during his ministry.

It’s like the loyal company accountant who never takes a vacation- who later is found to have been embezzling money the whole time.


#10

:hmmm:


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