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    Barnabas, a native of Cyprus and a Levite, is first mentioned in the Acts of the Apostles as a member of the early Christian community in Jerusalem, who sold the land that he owned and gave the proceeds to the community. [1] When the future Paul the Apostle returned to Jerusalem after his conversion, Barnabas introduced him to the apostles.

  2. Sep 14, 2020 · Barnabas truly was a “man of encouragement.” He gave his life to the church and sacrificed much for the faith. He, along with Paul and other Christian leaders of his time, was instrumental in ...

  3. St. Barnabas, original name Joseph the Levite or Joses the Levite, (flourished 1st century; feast day June 11), important early Christian missionary mentioned in the New Testament and one of the Apostolic Fathers. Barnabas was a hellenized Jew who joined the Jerusalem church soon after Christ’s crucifixion, sold his property, and gave the proceeds to the community (Acts 4:36–37). He was ...

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  4. Jan 04, 2022 · When he sold his land, he brought the proceeds to the apostles and laid it at their feet ( Acts 4:36-37 ). As the early church began to grow, in spite of Herod’s persecution, Barnabas was called by the Holy Spirit to go with Paul on a missionary journey. Barnabas’ cousin, John Mark, served him and Paul as their assistant ( Acts 13:5 ).

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  6. Barnabas was a Levite who came from the Mediterranean island of Cyprus. Throughout the period of the Old Testament, there were three main categories of clergypersons: high priests, priests, and Levites. Levites such as Barnabas were subordinate sanctuary officials who oversaw the minor duties performed in the Jerusalem temple.

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