For sure if you go to heaven! All sorts of good people in fact.
Here is who you will NOT get to know in heaven:
But outside the city (IN HELL) will be those who engage in animal-like behavior, (EASILY ANGERED AND QUICK TO FIGHT ) witches,(THOSE WHO PRACTICE HARRY POTTER TYPE WITCHCRAFT) (SEXUALLY) immoral persons, murderers,( those who engage in war) idol worshipers,(THOSE WHO WORSHIP ANYTHING EVEN THEIR OWN FAMILY OR COUNTRY, AS MUCH OR MORE THAN GOD) and everyone who loves to tell lies. (THANK GOD,NO POLITICIANS !)
In Mark (1:16–20), Jesus initially calls four fishermen from among those at the Sea of Galilee. These are Simon (later called "Rock" or Peter) and his brother Andrew, and the brothers James and John (later called the "Sons of Thunder" or Boanerges). Matthew follows Mark's account (4:18–22). The Gospel of Luke 5:1–11 lacks a mention of Andrew. John 1:35-51 also includes an initial calling of disciples, but these are: an unnamed disciple, Andrew, Simon, Philip and Nathanael.
Peter, Andrew, James and John are the first four recruits of Jesus, shortly after he leaves the wilderness to start His ministry.
You can know 3 of the four by reading their gospels. Peter wrote 2 books (1 peter & 2 peter), James wrote a gospel message (James) and John wrote a few books that are in the new testament. John 1, 2 and 3. He also wrote the book of revelation.
By reading the scriptures you can get a idea of their personality types.
For example, Peter we all know because so much was written about the things he did. We know he was a go getter, bold and sometimes a little cocky. He was front and center at every event during Christ's 3 year ministry.
John had a special relationship with Christ. He was known as the one Jesus loved (not in a perverted way although people have insinuated such). He was shown the future, which is why he wrote the book of revelation. His visions where similar to Daniels visions.
Not much is known about Andrew except that he was Peter's brother. All of them dedicated their live to spreading the good news and all except one was martyred for it.
You could do a google search on apostle john and so on and see what you come up with.
I know this isn't much to go on, it will take more research to come up with a more definite answer.
In this section we will complete the roster of the original disciples that became the first twelve Apostles of Jesus Christ. These were His closest companions and friends who became instrumental in establishing the hierarchy of the early Christian Church. read more
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