What is Peter’s response to Jesus telling him how he would one day die?

When did Peter say he would die for Jesus?

The prediction, made by Jesus during the Last Supper that Peter would deny and disown him, appears in the Gospel of Matthew 26:33-35, the Gospel of Mark 14:29-31, the Gospel of Luke 22:33-34 and the Gospel of John 18:15-27. The denial accounts in the Gospels differ from each other.

What was the last thing Jesus said to Peter?

“Follow me” After having said all the above, Jesus said to Peter, “Follow me” (John 21:19).

Did Jesus predicts Peter’s death?

Jesus was having a conversation with the disciples and he made a number of predictions. Firstly, he predicted that when he died, the disciples would run away, “I will strike the shepherd and the sheep will be scattered.”

Why did Jesus asked Peter 3 times?

This is the question Jesus is really asking Peter. Peter had expressed a willingness to follow and even die for Jesus (John 13:36-37). It was in response to this statement that Jesus said Peter would soon deny Him three times (John 13:38). Peter demonstrated a willingness to fight for Jesus (contrary to Jesus’s will!)

Did Jesus tell the disciples he would die?

Gospel of Matthew

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Each time Jesus predicts his arrest and death, the disciples in some way or another manifest their incomprehension, and Jesus uses the occasion to teach them new things. … They will condemn him to death and will turn him over to the Gentiles to be mocked and flogged and crucified.

What were Jesus final words to his disciples before he ascended into heaven?

“But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you, and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth.” These are the final recorded words of Jesus before He ascended into Heaven – the very last thing He said to His disciples.

What did Jesus say to Peter when he walked on water?

Peter challenged, “If it be thou, bid me come unto thee on the water.” And Jesus responded, “Come.” (Matt. 14:28–29.) Peter left the boat and, like Jesus, walked on the water.