Jan 04, 2022 · Cleopas was a follower of Jesus during His earthly ministry and among the few who saw the Lord on the day of His resurrection. Cleopas was not one of the Twelve, but some have surmised that he was one of the seventy ( Luke 10 ).
Saint Cleopas ( Greek Κλεόπας, Kleopas ), also spelled Cleophas, was a figure of early Christianity, one of the two disciples who encountered Jesus during the Road to Emmaus appearance in Luke 24:13–32 . Contents 1 Etymology 2 Account in the Gospel of Luke 3 Apocryphal books 4 Traditions 5 References 6 External links Etymology [ edit]
Cleopas is a Greek name, contracted from Cleopater, while Cleophas, or Clopas as in the Revised Version, is an Aramaic name, the same as Alphaeus. [N] indicates this entry was also found in Nave's Topical Bible [E] indicates this entry was also found in Easton's Bible Dictionary Bibliography Information Smith, William, Dr. "Entry for 'Cleopas'".
Cleopas was one of two disciples Jesus met on the road to Emmaus on the day of His resurrection. We do not know the identity of the other disciple, but we know that neither was one of the eleven apostles remaining after Judas' death (verse 33).
Sep 22, 2021 · Cleopas was a follower of Jesus. What Do We Know about Cleopas—before and after Emmaus? Luke’s account of Cleopas is one of enlightenment. This encounter with Jesus took place on Resurrection Sunday. Luke focused on Cleopas’ transformation of faith while Christ revealed what the Scriptures taught about the Messiah.
Cleopas creates opportunity for time apart with God through retreats and quiet days, spiritual accompaniment, seminars & short courses on Christian spiritual formation. In Cleopas we are passionate about nurturing the life God intended His followers to know.