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The Acts of Barnabas

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1 Text| heard and seen.~I John, accompanying the holy apostles Barnabas 2 Text| thence we sailed past the Aconesiae, and came to the city of 3 | across 4 Text| also Timon was a native; in addition to whom, having found also 5 Text| entertained.~And Timon was afflicted by much fever. And having 6 Text| attended to them, and was afraid of Paul to come near him, 7 Text| If, therefore, this be agreeable to thee, Father Paul, I 8 Text| embarked in it, we landed at Alexandria. And there I remained, teaching 9 | almost 10 | along 11 Text| God. And Paul, groaning aloud, wept, and in like manner 12 Text| anything filthy, but it is altogether splendid. And being astonished 13 Text| day. And thence we came to Amathus and there was a great multitude 14 Text| honour and everlasting glory. Amen.~The journeyings and martyrdom 15 | among 16 Text| and came to the city of Anemurium; and having gone into it, 17 | anything 18 Text| rest fled to the temple of Apollo, which was close at hand 19 Text| hour in the gate near the aqueduct.~And having set sail in 20 Text| a certain village where Aristoclianus dwelt. He being a leper, 21 Text| Great contention, therefore, arose between them. And Barnabas 22 Text| Jews.~And Barjesus, having arrived after two days, after not 23 Text| good courage, John, for assuredly thy name shall be changed 24 Text| altogether splendid. And being astonished at the saying, they asked 25 Text| Jews and Greeks. And I only attended to them, and was afraid 26 Text| for my name to death and banishment from thy nation, thus also 27 | became 28 | becomes 29 | becoming 30 Text| them.~And I found Paul in bed in Antioch from the toil 31 Text| Matthew his fellow-labourer, began to teach the Jews.~And Barjesus, 32 | beginning 33 Text| Teacher and Physician, I beheld and saw the ineffable and 34 Text| us that garment; for we believe in the living and true God 35 Text| who also, having himself believed, accompanied us. And we 36 Text| of the Spirit.~Therefore, bending their knees, they prayed 37 Text| Christ, the unwearied and benevolent and mighty Shepherd and 38 Text| entreating and saying: We beseech thee, father, give us that 39 | between 40 Text| synagogue near the place called Biblia; and when we had gone into 41 Text| word of God; and he having blessed them, we saluted them, and 42 Text| saluted them, and went on board the ship. And the one of 43 Text| with fire, so that even his bones became dust. And straightway 44 Text| documents from Matthew, a book of the word of God, and 45 | both 46 Text| encouraged him, and tasted bread, and he took a little of 47 Text| by which also I hope to bring many to the glory of God 48 Text| standing round him, they burned him with fire, so that even 49 Text| who were worthy of the calling, and who baptized me in 50 Text| with Timon and Rhodon to carry it. we came to a certain 51 Text| having taken his dust, they cast it into a cloth; and having 52 Text| and an idol festival being celebrated in the theatre, they did 53 Text| mysteries. Now then, my child, keep to thyself the things 54 Text| crossed the mountain called Chionodes, we came to Old Paphos, 55 Text| unspotted mystery of the Christians, who hold the hope in holiness, 56 Text| and having confirmed the church in Tamasus, we left him 57 Text| being a leper, had been cleansed in Antioch, whom also Paul 58 Text| temple of Apollo, which was close at hand in the city, which 59 Text| dust, they cast it into a cloth; and having se cured it 60 Text| labour may be made perfect to commendation: for thou knowest how I 61 Text| also at last, to work in common among men; but since it 62 Text| said to them: If you shall confess your sins, and submit yourselves 63 Text| over Cyprus, and having confirmed the church in Tamasus, we 64 Text| Jerusalem at the feast. Great contention, therefore, arose between 65 Text| the wind was found to be contrary. And we came to Corasium; 66 Text| first of the week they took counsel together to set out for 67 Text| kinsman of Nero, having count to Cyprus, the Jews, learning 68 Text| remained many days. But Paul cried out against Barnabas, saying: 69 Text| come to the place called Crommyacita, we found Timon and Ariston 70 Text| Laodiceia, we sought to cross to Cyprus; and having found 71 Text| dwelt there.~And having crossed the mountain called Chionodes, 72 Text| and it immediately made a cure of their sufferings.~And 73 Text| into a cloth; and having se cured it with lead. they intended 74 Text| turned away, we came to Curium. ~And we found that a certain 75 Text| the oversight of his city Cyrene. And a vision was seen by 76 Text| being formerly a servant of Cyrillus the high priest of Jupiter, 77 Text| proclaimed in all the world. the darkness in thee has passed away 78 Text| thy life for my name to death and banishment from thy 79 Text| race. And there was great deception and error in that place. 80 Text| zealously served Him, I have deemed it necessary to give account 81 Text| grieved on account of my delaying in Pamphylia. And Barnabas 82 Text| Text~Since from the descent of the presence of our Saviour 83 Text| wounded, and many of them also died and the rest fled to the 84 Text| Apostle Paul was not by when I disclosed the mysteries. And Barnabas 85 Text| after he rose up from his disease, came with us. And having 86 Text| and straightway Barnabas distributed it to the poor. And from 87 Text| narrative of miracles and doctrines. This Barnabas laid upon 88 | does 89 Text| by the neck; and having dragged him to the hippodrome from 90 Text| grace; because to Him is due honour and everlasting glory. 91 | each 92 Text| repentance on my knees upon the earth to Paul, and he would not 93 Text| out for the places of the East, and after that to go into 94 Text| to the shore, we found an Egyptian ship; and having embarked 95 Text| but a certain widow woman. eighty years old. being outside 96 Text| Pamphylia. And Barnabas coming, encouraged him, and tasted bread, and 97 | end 98 Text| to Paul, and he would not endure it. And when I remained 99 Text| been prepared for him to enlighten many; and do thou also, 100 Text| the word of the Lord, and enlightened many of the Jews and Greeks. 101 Text| came the word of the Lord, enlightening them, and preaching what 102 Text| and did not allow us to enter into the city; but a certain 103 Text| they fell at his feet, entreating and saying: We beseech thee, 104 Text| remained for three Sabbaths in entreaty and prayer on my knees, 105 Text| was great deception and error in that place. And Barnabas 106 Text| took refuge in it, and thus escaped them. And we were hid in 107 Text| entertained us, by name Euphemus, whom also Barnabas instructed 108 | even 109 Text| the city; but we spent the evening under a tree near the city, 110 | ever 111 Text| to Him is due honour and everlasting glory. Amen.~The journeyings 112 Text| who also seeing me, was exceedingly grieved on account of my 113 | except 114 Text| Jerusalem, because the brethren expected him there. But Barnabas 115 Text| I shall no more see thy face, O Father Paul. And failing 116 Text| face, O Father Paul. And failing on the ground at his feet, 117 Text| instructed in many things in the faith, with all his house.~And 118 Text| found us, they pursued us as far as the village of the Ledrians; 119 Text| should go to Jerusalem at the feast. Great contention, therefore, 120 Text| received from Matthew his fellow-labourer, began to teach the Jews.~ 121 Text| to Lapithus, and an idol festival being celebrated in the 122 Text| there there took place high festivals and libations. And having 123 | few 124 Text| is there in it anything filthy, but it is altogether splendid. 125 Text| it into the sea. But I, finding an opportunity in the night, 126 Text| it came to pass that they finished teaching in Antioch, on 127 Text| him, they burned him with fire, so that even his bones 128 Text| them also died and the rest fled to the temple of Apollo, 129 Text| there was a vow upon me to follow them to the end. So that 130 Text| rested there.~And on the following day, we came to a certain 131 Text| this night, saying, Do not force Barnabas not to go to Cyprus, 132 Text| worshipping the idols, coming forward to us, took us into her 133 Text| Matthew. And it was the fourth hour of the night of the 134 Text| apostle Barnabas have been fulfilled through God. ~ 135 Text| where there was a place full of idols; and there there 136 Text| the sailors were able to gain many things. ~And they having 137 Text| getting the start of as, gained over the nation of the Jews, 138 Text| enraged against me. And I gave repentance on my knees upon 139 Text| libations. There also Barjesus, getting the start of as, gained 140 Text| now having received the gift of the Holy Spirit through 141 Text| saw the vision, becoming greatly terrified, I went to the 142 Text| about myself; for his great grievance against me was on account 143 Text| seeing me, was exceedingly grieved on account of my delaying 144 Text| prayed to God. And Paul, groaning aloud, wept, and in like 145 Text| Paul. And failing on the ground at his feet, he wept long. 146 Text| fever. And having laid our hands upon him, we straightway 147 Text| ever. And being pricked at heart by the Holy Spirit, they 148 Text| near him, both because he held me as having spent much 149 | her 150 Text| having found also that Heracleius was there, we were entertained 151 Text| Christians, who hold the hope in holiness, and who have been sealed; 152 Text| grace; because to Him is due honour and everlasting glory. Amen.~ 153 | how 154 Text| wished to hand him over to Hypatius, the governor of Salamis. 155 Text| come to Lapithus, and an idol festival being celebrated 156 Text| that we came to, and it immediately made a cure of their sufferings.~ 157 Text| Barnabas, saying: It is impossible for him to go with us. And 158 Text| receive that garment which is incorruptible for ever. And being pricked 159 Text| Physician, I beheld and saw the ineffable and holy and unspotted mystery 160 Text| cured it with lead. they intended to throw it into the sea. 161 Text| we came to the regions of Isauria, and thence came to a certain 162 Text| thence came to a certain island called Pityusa; and a storm 163 Text| landed in the so-called islands, where there was a place 164 Text| the governor, and a pious Jebusite, a kinsman of Nero, having 165 Text| where the nation of the Jebusites formerly dwelt. And having 166 Text| us. And we met a certain Jew, by name Barjesus, coming 167 Text| Antioch from the toil of the journey, who also seeing me, was 168 Text| once served the Gospel and journeyed with us. If, therefore, 169 Text| everlasting glory. Amen.~The journeyings and martyrdom of the holy 170 Text| Cyrillus the high priest of Jupiter, but now having received 171 Text| mysteries. Now then, my child, keep to thyself the things which 172 Text| me was on account of my keeping several parchments in Pamphylia.~ 173 Text| and a pious Jebusite, a kinsman of Nero, having count to 174 Text| and Holy Ghost. And they knew that they were clothed with 175 Text| to commendation: for thou knowest how I have served thee also 176 Text| Paul, pray for me that my labour may be made perfect to commendation: 177 Text| and came to the city of Lampadistus, of which also Timon was 178 Text| And having come down to Laodiceia, we sought to cross to Cyprus; 179 | last 180 Text| having se cured it with lead. they intended to throw 181 Text| whom thou proclaimest. And leading them down to the fountain, 182 Text| count to Cyprus, the Jews, learning this, took Barnabas by night, 183 Text| far as the village of the Ledrians; and we, having found there 184 Text| Aristoclianus dwelt. He being a leper, had been cleansed in Antioch, 185 Text| against that temple where the libation of the abominable took place.~ 186 Text| for as thou hast given thy life for my name to death and 187 | like 188 Text| we came to the village of Limnes. ~And having come to the 189 Text| garment; for we believe in the living and true God whom thou proclaimest. 190 Text| ground at his feet, he wept long. And Paul said to him: The 191 Text| relations; and Barnabas, looking stedfastly at him, recognised 192 Text| temple in the mountain, low women and men pouring libations. 193 Text| own in his village; and Lucius entreated him to take the 194 Text| aloud, wept, and in like manner also Barnabas, saying to 195 Text| pray for me that my labour may be made perfect to commendation: 196 | might 197 Text| unwearied and benevolent and mighty Shepherd and Teacher and 198 Text| away to Cyprus; and I was ministering to them until we had gone 199 Text| to set up churches, and ministers in them. And having gone 200 Text| said to me: Tell no one the miracle which thou hast seen. For 201 Text| God, and a narrative of miracles and doctrines. This Barnabas 202 Text| other. And they brought money to him, and straightway 203 Text| I then stayed about two months, wishing to sail to the 204 | more 205 | Moreover 206 Text| we travelled through the mountains, and came to the city of 207 | myself 208 Text| ineffable and holy and unspotted mystery of the Christians, who hold 209 Text| multitude of women and men naked were performing the race. 210 Text| the one of them who was named Stephanus wished to accompany 211 Text| of the word of God, and a narrative of miracles and doctrines. 212 Text| of which also Timon was a native; in addition to whom, having 213 Text| served Him, I have deemed it necessary to give account of the mysteries 214 Text| bound him with a rope by the neck; and having dragged him 215 | neither 216 Text| pious Jebusite, a kinsman of Nero, having count to Cyprus, 217 | never 218 Text| shall no more see thy face, O Father Paul. And failing 219 | once 220 | only 221 Text| the sea. But I, finding an opportunity in the night, and being 222 Text| Heracleides. And having ordained him bishop over Cyprus, 223 | other 224 | ourselves 225 Text| entreated him to take the oversight of his city Cyrene. And 226 Text| account of my keeping several parchments in Pamphylia.~And when it 227 Text| rebuked it; and the western part fell, so that many were 228 Text| the darkness in thee has passed away from thee, and there 229 Text| house.~And thence we sailed past the Aconesiae, and came 230 Text| abominable race was being performed in the road near the city, 231 Text| women and men naked were performing the race. And there was 232 Text| us, and Barnabas did not permit him. And we, having gone 233 Text| Shepherd and Teacher and Physician, I beheld and saw the ineffable 234 Text| a certain island called Pityusa; and a storm having come 235 Text| Barnabas distributed it to the poor. And from them also the 236 Text| mountain, low women and men pouring libations. There also Barjesus, 237 Text| good to thee, Father Paul, pray for me that my labour may 238 Text| bending their knees, they prayed to God. And Paul, groaning 239 Text| Sabbaths in entreaty and prayer on my knees, I was unable 240 Text| a little of it. And they preached the word of the Lord, and 241 Text| enlightening them, and preaching what I had been taught by 242 Text| from the descent of the presence of our Saviour Jesus Christ, 243 Text| my knees, I was unable to prevail upon him about myself; for 244 Text| incorruptible for ever. And being pricked at heart by the Holy Spirit, 245 Text| servant of Cyrillus the high priest of Jupiter, but now having 246 Text| again, we instructed him to proclaim the Gospel of God, and to 247 Text| and thy glory shall be proclaimed in all the world. the darkness 248 Text| living and true God whom thou proclaimest. And leading them down to 249 Text| having almost found us, they pursued us as far as the village 250 Text| Pamphylia, and because be was quite enraged against me. And 251 Text| standing clothed in white raiment; and he said to me: Be of 252 Text| place. And Barnabas turning, rebuked it; and the western part 253 Text| Jesus Christ, you shall receive that garment which is incorruptible 254 Text| cave near the village, took refuge in it, and thus escaped 255 Text| the feet of Barnabas, and related to him the mysteries which 256 Text| and had come to visit his relations; and Barnabas, looking stedfastly 257 Text| upon him, we straightway removed his fever, having called 258 Text| enraged against me. And I gave repentance on my knees upon the earth 259 Text| of them also died and the rest fled to the temple of Apollo, 260 Text| time will come for thee to reveal them. ~And I, having been 261 Text| night, and bound him with a rope by the neck; and having 262 Text| gate. And Timon, after he rose up from his disease, came 263 Text| when I remained for three Sabbaths in entreaty and prayer on 264 Text| the city, which was called sacred. And when we came near the 265 Text| And from them also the sailors were able to gain many things. ~ 266 Text| whose house also Paul had sanctified. Thence, therefore, we came 267 Text| descent of the presence of our Saviour Jesus Christ, the unwearied 268 Text| into a cloth; and having se cured it with lead. they 269 Text| intended to throw it into the sea. But I, finding an opportunity 270 Text| the Jews made no little search after us; and having almost 271 Text| hour of the night of the second of the week. ~And when we 272 Text| dwelt. And having found a secret place in it, we put it away, 273 Text| know that I shall no more see thy face, O Father Paul. 274 Text| of the journey, who also seeing me, was exceedingly grieved 275 | seemed 276 Text| Thence, therefore, we came to Seleucia, and after staying three 277 Text| sealed to be a bishop, and sent to his village in Cyprus, 278 Text| might know that Barnabas had separated from Paul. And having set 279 Text| Timon and Ariston the temple Servants, at whose house also we 280 Text| gone round all Cyprus. And setting sail from Cyprus, we landed 281 | several 282 Text| of the city, having all shaken the dust off our feet; for 283 | she 284 Text| and benevolent and mighty Shepherd and Teacher and Physician, 285 Text| And when we came out we shook the dust off our feet over 286 Text| fountain, we rested there, showing ourselves to no one, that 287 Text| place, and there it shall be shown thee where thy martyrdom 288 Text| This Barnabas laid upon the sick in each place that we came 289 Text| through Paul and Barnabas and Silas, who were worthy of the 290 Text| If you shall confess your sins, and submit yourselves to 291 Text| vision was seen by Paul in sleep, that he should hasten to 292 Text| Salamis, and landed in the so-called islands, where there was 293 Text| clothing which never becomes soiled; for neither is there in 294 Text| filthy, but it is altogether splendid. And being astonished at 295 Text| come down to the shore, he spoke to them the word of God; 296 Text| churches in which they had spoken the word of God. And Barnabas 297 Text| also Barjesus, getting the start of as, gained over the nation 298 Text| Pamphylia. And there I then stayed about two months, wishing 299 Text| came to Seleucia, and after staying three days sailed away to 300 Text| relations; and Barnabas, looking stedfastly at him, recognised him, 301 Text| one of them who was named Stephanus wished to accompany us, 302 Text| island called Pityusa; and a storm having come on, we remained 303 Text| shall confess your sins, and submit yourselves to our Lord Jesus 304 Text| immediately made a cure of their sufferings.~And when we had come to 305 Text| wilt take John who also is surnamed Mark with thee, go another 306 | taking 307 Text| coming, encouraged him, and tasted bread, and he took a little 308 Text| preaching what I had been taught by the apostles of Christ, 309 Text| fellow-labourer, began to teach the Jews.~And Barjesus, 310 Text| and mighty Shepherd and Teacher and Physician, I beheld 311 Text| And Barnabas said to me: Tell no one the miracle which 312 Text| vision, becoming greatly terrified, I went to the feet of Barnabas, 313 Text| Text~Since from the descent of 314 Text| being celebrated in the theatre, they did not allow us to 315 | these 316 | those 317 Text| bed in Antioch from the toil of the journey, who also 318 Text| forth from Lapithus, we travelled through the mountains, and 319 Text| spent the evening under a tree near the city, and rested 320 Text| believe in the living and true God whom thou proclaimest. 321 Text| into Paphos; but having turned away, we came to Curium. ~ 322 Text| prayer on my knees, I was unable to prevail upon him about 323 | under 324 Text| there has been given to thee understanding to know the mysteries of 325 Text| into it, Barnabas, having unrolled the Gospel which he had 326 Text| the ineffable and holy and unspotted mystery of the Christians, 327 Text| Saviour Jesus Christ, the unwearied and benevolent and mighty 328 Text| and there being a great uproar there also in their hippodrome, 329 Text| Tamasus, and had come to visit his relations; and Barnabas, 330 Text| them, because there was a vow upon me to follow them to 331 Text| changed my name to Mark in the water of baptism, by which also 332 Text| sail to the regions of the West; and the Holy Spirit did 333 Text| turning, rebuked it; and the western part fell, so that many 334 Text| man standing clothed in white raiment; and he said to 335 Text| the city; but a certain widow woman. eighty years old. 336 | will 337 Text| said to Barnabas: If thou wilt take John who also is surnamed 338 Text| when we had set sail, the wind was found to be contrary. 339 Text| to Cyprus, and pass the winter, and then that they should 340 Text| stayed about two months, wishing to sail to the regions of 341 Text| city; but a certain widow woman. eighty years old. being 342 Text| first, so also at last, to work in common among men; but 343 Text| be proclaimed in all the world. the darkness in thee has 344 Text| thee, go to Jerusalem to worship in the holy place, and there 345 Text| the city, and she also not worshipping the idols, coming forward 346 Text| Barnabas and Silas, who were worthy of the calling, and who 347 Text| fell, so that many were wounded, and many of them also died 348 Text| certain widow woman. eighty years old. being outside of the 349 | your 350 | yourselves 351 Text| sealed; and since I have zealously served Him, I have deemed


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