Barnabas

Barnabas

 
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  • Many Jews and godly converts to Judaism who worshiped at the synagogue followed Paul and Barnabas, and the two men urged them, "By God's grace, remain faithful." - Acts 13:43


  • Then Paul and Barnabas spoke out boldly and declared, "It was necessary that this Good News from God be given first to you Jews. But since you have rejected it and judged yourselves unworthy of eternal life--well, we will offer it to Gentiles. - Acts 13:46


  • Then the Jewish leaders stirred up both the influential religious women and the leaders of the city, and they incited a mob against Paul and Barnabas and ran them out of town. - Acts 13:50


  • In Iconium,* Paul and Barnabas went together to the synagogue and preached with such power that a great number of both Jews and Gentiles believed.1 - Acts 14:1


  • But the Jews who spurned God's message stirred up distrust among the Gentiles against Paul and Barnabas, saying all sorts of evil things about them. - Acts 14:2


  • While they were at Lystra, Paul and Barnabas came upon a man with crippled feet. He had been that way from birth, so he had never walked. - Acts 14:8


  • They decided that Barnabas was the Greek god Zeus and that Paul, because he was the chief speaker, was Hermes. - Acts 14:12


  • But when Barnabas and Paul heard what was happening, they tore their clothing in dismay and ran out among the people, shouting, - Acts 14:14


  • But even so, Paul and Barnabas could scarcely restrain the people from sacrificing to them. - Acts 14:18


  • But as the believers* stood around him, he got up and went back into the city. The next day he left with Barnabas for Derbe.3 - Acts 14:20


  • After preaching the Good News in Derbe and making many disciples, Paul and Barnabas returned again to Lystra, Iconium, and Antioch of Pisidia, - Acts 14:21


  • Paul and Barnabas also appointed elders in every church and prayed for them with fasting, turning them over to the care of the Lord, in whom they had come to trust. - Acts 14:23


  • While Paul and Barnabas were at Antioch of Syria, some men from Judea arrived and began to teach the Christians*: "Unless you keep the ancient Jewish custom of circumcision taught by Moses, you cannot be saved."1 - Acts 15:1


  • Paul and Barnabas, disagreeing with them, argued forcefully and at length. Finally, Paul and Barnabas were sent to Jerusalem, accompanied by some local believers, to talk to the apostles and elders about this question. - Acts 15:2


  • When they arrived in Jerusalem, Paul and Barnabas were welcomed by the whole church, including the apostles and elders. They reported on what God had been doing through their ministry. - Acts 15:4


  • There was no further discussion, and everyone listened as Barnabas and Paul told about the miraculous signs and wonders God had done through them among the Gentiles. - Acts 15:12


  • Then the apostles and elders and the whole church in Jerusalem chose delegates, and they sent them to Antioch of Syria with Paul and Barnabas to report on this decision. The men chosen were two of the church leaders*--Judas (also called Barsabbas) and Silas.8 - Acts 15:22
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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