Disciples
Disciples 2
6 letter words
6 letter words #2
Sermon on the Mt

100

This disciple betrayed Jesus by leading authorities to the Garden of Gethsemane.

Judas


100

This disciple got out of the boat and tried to walk to Jesus, according to Matthew 14.

Peter

100

This is the most important and most mentioned country in the Bible.

Isreal

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On the sixth day of creation, God created two of these, in male and female form.

Human or people

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Early in the Sermon, Jesus states, “blessed are the merciful,” because they will receive this gift in return.

mercy

200

Blinded on the road to Damascus, this former Jewish leader became the Apostle who did the most traveling and most writing.

Paul

200

Herod had him run through with a sword, according to Acts 12, making him the first disciple to be martyred.

James

200

He is a major prophet, best known for his accurate description of Jesus in the 53rd chapter of his book.

Isaiah

200

In Luke 11, we find the Lord teaching his disciples one of these as a way to communicate with God.

Prayer

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The Sermon exhorts us not to build up treasures on earth, but rather, treasures in heaven. For where your treasure is, this will be there also.

Heart

300

This disciple went on to write five books of the New Testament including one Gospel.

John

300

According to Acts 1, this man replaced Judas as the 12th disciple shortly before Pentecost.

Matthias

300

Kings often sit on this piece of furniture, which will be central of the final judgment of mankind.

Throne

300

We are encouraged throughout the Bible to offer God this type of worship, which means happy compliments.

Praise

300

In attempting to teach God’s love, Jesus said that people asking for fish would never be given this thing by God.

Snake

400

Jesus used to call these two brothers, the sons of Zebedee, the “Sons of Thunder,” according to Mark 3.

James and John

400

This disciple stayed with Jesus’ mother Mary and brought her to him on the cross, according to John 19.

John

400

Twice, Jesus entered one of these places in a fit of rage and said not to turn it into a den of thieves.

Temple

400

This evil man, who was Noah’s great-grandson, built the Tower of Babel.

Nimrod

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Jesus says we should try to enter heaven by this means, because the road is broad that leads to destruction

Narrow Gate

500

This Gospel writer also wrote the Book of Acts.

Luke

500

Formerly a disciple of John the Baptist, according to John 1, this man was probably the first disciple of Jesus.

Andrew

500

Twice, Jesus entered one of these places in a fit of rage and said not to turn it into a den of thieves.

Church

500

In the Book of Jude, this archangel was lauded for not arguing with the devil, but rather saying, “Lord rebuke thee.”

Michael

500

The Sermon encourages us to watch out for wolves who come to us dressed in this sort of outfit.

sheep’s clothing