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  • Accordingly Paul and Barnabas stayed on for some time, preaching fearlessly in the Lord; and he attested all they said about his gift of grace, allowing signs and wonders to be performed by them. (Acts 14, 3)

  • They addressed Barnabas as Zeus, and since Paul was the principal speaker they called him Hermes. (Acts 14, 12)

  • When the apostles Barnabas and Paul heard what was happening they tore their clothes, and rushed into the crowd, shouting, (Acts 14, 14)

  • The disciples came crowding round him but, as they did so, he stood up and went back to the town. The next day he and Barnabas left for Derbe. (Acts 14, 20)

  • This led to disagreement, and after Paul and Barnabas had had a long argument with these men it was decided that Paul and Barnabas and others of the church should go up to Jerusalem and discuss the question with the apostles and elders. (Acts 15, 2)

  • The entire assembly fell silent, and they listened to Barnabas and Paul describing all the signs and wonders God had worked through them among the gentiles. (Acts 15, 12)

  • Then the apostles and elders, with the whole church, decided to choose delegates from among themselves to send to Antioch with Paul and Barnabas. They chose Judas, known as Barsabbas, and Silas, both leading men in the brotherhood, (Acts 15, 22)

  • and so we have decided unanimously to elect delegates and to send them to you with our well-beloved Barnabas and Paul, (Acts 15, 25)

  • Paul and Barnabas, however, stayed on in Antioch, and there with many others they taught and proclaimed the good news, the word of the Lord. (Acts 15, 35)

  • On a later occasion Paul said to Barnabas, 'Let us go back and visit the brothers in all the towns where we preached the word of the Lord, so that we can see how they are doing.' (Acts 15, 36)

  • Barnabas suggested taking John Mark, (Acts 15, 37)

  • There was sharp disagreement so that they parted company, and Barnabas sailed off with Mark to Cyprus. (Acts 15, 39)

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