John 1:35

“Again the next day after John stood, and two of his disciples;”

King James Version (KJV)

Other Translations for John 1:35

Againe the next day after, Iohn stood, and two of his disciples.
- King James Version (1611) - View 1611 Bible Scan

Again the next day John was standing with two of his disciples,
- New American Standard Version (1995)

Again on the morrow John was standing, and two of his disciples;
- American Standard Version (1901)

The day after, John was there again with two of his disciples;
- Basic English Bible

Again, on the morrow, there stood John and two of his disciples.
- Darby Bible

Again the next day after, John stood, and two of his disciples;
- Webster's Bible

Again the next day John was standing with two of his disciples,
- Weymouth Bible

Again, the next day, John was standing with two of his disciples,
- World English Bible

Anothir dai Joon stood, and tweyne of hise disciplis;
- Wycliffe Bible

On the morrow, again, John was standing, and two of his disciples,
- Youngs Literal Bible

Bible Commentary for John 1:35

Wesley's Notes for John 1:35


1:34 I saw it - That is, the Spirit so descending and abiding on him. And testified - From that time.

1:37 They followed Jesus - They walked after him, but had not the courage to speak to him.


People's Bible Notes for John 1:35


Joh 1:35 Again the next day after. In John, the account is given of the visit of the priests and Levites, sent by the Sanhedrin to John. "The next day" after this, John sees Jesus and points him out as the Lamb of God, giving a discourse of which, in Joh 1:19-34, we have a synopsis. On the "next day" after this, the third day after the deputation of the Sanhedrin, and the second after the return of Jesus from the wilderness, John stood, and two of his disciples. One of these two, we learn from Joh 1:40, was Andrew; the other, we have reason to believe, was John, the apostle.

Discussion for John 1:35

  • Thomas on John 1:35
    People's Bible Notes for John 1:35

    Joh 1:35 Again the next day after. In John, the account is given of the visit of the priests and Levites, sent by the Sanhedrin to John. "The next day" after this, John sees Jesus and points him out as the Lamb of God, giving a discourse of which, in Joh 1:19-34, we have a synopsis. On the "next day" after this, the third day after the deputation of the Sanhedrin, and the second after the return of Jesus from the wilderness, John stood, and two of his disciples. One of these two, we learn from Joh 1:40, was Andrew; the other, we have reason to believe, was John, the apostle.

    Why does it seem like after Jesus's baptism, the next day he met 2 of his disciples?... and
    where do you get that it implies or infers that
    He had already been to the wilderness... why didn't he (or should I say John the Baptist mention the temptations)... or can we say that being taken up "in the spirit" put you in the
    "Eternal Now" and that 40 literal days did not pass?...

    Thanks and God Bless,

    Thomas


 

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