Los Discípulos Transformados
La transformación del llamado: de pescadores comunes a pescadores de hombres, vs: 2-14.
La transformación del cuidado: preocupados por si mismos a preocupados por otros, vs: 15-17.
NOTE.—Here again we dissent. See Hengstenberg, Alford, Meyer, etc. and especially Godet. Peter had boasted of a love toward Jesus superior to that of any of the other disciples (Matt. 26:33; Mark 14:29; John 13:37), and by refusing to have Jesus wash his feet, by being the first to draw a sword in his Master’s defense, and by even now conspicuously deserting the others to swim to meet Jesus, he had endeavored to prove his boast. Jesus therefore asks him if it is indeed true that his love is greater than that of his fellow-disciples—“Do you love me more than these love me?”—P. Y. P.