Where did Jesus first meet Simon Peter and Andrew?
In John 1:40-42, Andrew goes and gets Simon Peter and they follow Jesus. Why? Because Andrew had spent time with Jesus and told Simon that Jesus was the Messiah (v. 41). Later, in Matt. 4:18, Jesus was walking by the Sea of Galilee and He sees Simon Peter and Andrew as they were fishing.
Simon Peter & Andrew in The Chosen
Jesus with Simon Peter played by Ernest Torrence in The King of Kings The Chosen, however, presents us with a much more complex and ambiguous comparison. Although Simon Peter looks down on Matthew with complete scorn, especially given his status as a compromiser, the audience is invited to have a more compassionate gaze.
John 1:3542 NLV Jesus Calls Andrew and Peter
Jesus Calls Andrew and Peter 35 The next day John the Baptist was standing with two of his own followers. 36 Jesus walked by. John looked at Him and said, “See! The Lamb of God.” 37 John’s two followers heard him say this and followed Jesus. 38 Jesus turned around and saw them following. He said to them, “What are you looking for?”.
Reconciling the accounts of the calling of Simon Peter
epotter 253 1 2 6 Add a comment 7 Answers Sorted by: 11 I don’t see an inherent conflict between these passages. Specifically, the John passage describes how both Andrew and Simon initially met Jesus; the Matthew passage describes how He called them as disciples.
When Jesus Met Simon (Peter) [Exploring The Chosen with Youth]
Simon and Andrew on on the Sea of Galilee in The Chosen After reading through these stories, note: In these stories, the first meeting between Jesus, Simon, and Andrew seems to happen almost by chance – or, we would say, by God’s providence. There aren’t any hints that they had a previous relationship or that Andrew or Simon were seeking Jesus.
Q&A: Where Did Jesus Meet SimonPeter and Andrew?
Answer Matthew 4:18-19 As Jesus was walking beside the Sea of Galilee, he saw two brothers, Simon called Peter and his brother Andrew. They were casting a net into the lake, for they were fishermen. “Come, follow me,” Jesus said, “and I will make you fishers of men.” John 1:42-43 And he brought him to Jesus.
Calling of the disciples
Andrew, Simon Peter’s brother, was one of the two who heard what John had said and who had followed Jesus. The first thing Andrew did was to find his brother Simon and tell him, “We have found the Messiah”.  Peter is called the Protokletos or “first-called”.
Profile and Biography of Andrew the Apostle
Andrew, whose Greek name means “manly,” was one of Jesus’ twelve apostles. The brother of Simon Peter and son of Jona (or John), Andrew’s name appears on all of the lists of apostles, and his being called by Jesus appears in all three synoptic gospels as well as Acts. Andrew’s name comes up multiple times in the gospels — the.
The story of Jesus' disciples, Peter and Andrew
An animated story about Jesus choosing the first apostles, Peter and Andrew. Jesus asks Peter and Andrew, two fishermen, to take him away from the shore in their boat so he can speak to the crowd.
Saint Peter the Apostle
The Gospel According to John places the call in Judaea (1:28) and states that Andrew—who had been a follower of St. John the Baptist (1:35) and had heard John indicate that Jesus was the Lamb of God—left John and introduced Peter to “the Messiah,” who at that time gave him the name (or title) Cephas (i.e., Peter, or Rock).