Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
|Overview - John 21|
| 1 ||Christ appearing again to his disciples is known of them by the great draught of fishes. |
|12 ||He dines with them; |
|15 ||earnestly commands Peter to feed his lambs and sheep; |
|18 ||foretells him of his death; |
|22 ||rebukes his curiosity touching John. |
|24 ||The conclusion. |
John 21:14 (King James Version)
This is now the third time that Jesus shewed himself to his disciples, after that he was risen from the dead.
- the third time
- Or, as some read, the third day. On the day the Saviour rose he appeared five times; the second day was that day se'nnight; and this was the third day--or this was his third appearance to any considerable number of his disciples together. Though he had appeared to Mary, to the women, to the two disciples, to Cephas--yet he had but twice appeared to a company of them together.
- John 20:19 John 20:26