|Who were Jesus Disciples?|
The disciples of Jesus must refer to his followers mentioned in the Bible.
A representative twelve of his disciples were chosen, who were to receive his teachings and to be his immediate associates. We can find their names in Matthew 10:1-4. These twelve disciples were also called "apostles" or "teachers" because they were given the task of passing Jesus teachings on.
Also mentioned in Acts 1:15 are 120 other disciples.
Paul in 1 Corinthians 11:1 asked the Corinthians to be imitators of his as he was of Christ - and an imitator (or follower) is a disciple - one who receives the teaching or discipline of a teacher.
We can become Jesus disciples too if we try to imitate or follow the example he left for us.