Self-Denial: Barnabas
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Exalting the Cross
... self-denial, bravery, devotion, faith, and a willingness to sacrifice, if need be,
even life itself. So sharp was the contention that Paul and Barnabas ...
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Paul and his Praying
... the Lord, and fasted, the Holy Ghost said, Separate me Barnabas and Saul ... established
churches, putting in them the everlasting requisite of self-denial, in the ...
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Apostles, Prophets, Evangelists.
... Besides these there were apostolic men, like Barnabas, and James the brother of
the ... the church was a labor of meekness and love, of self-denial and unreserved ...
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Claim of Missions on Ministers of Influence.
... Ghost, notwithstanding, said, "Separate me BARNABAS and SAUL.". Attachment is your
plea; but the spirit of the Gospel is a spirit of self-denial, and requires ...
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His Great Controversy
... Even Barnabas was carried away by the same tyranny of bigotry. ... in regard to meats,
for instance, he penned those noble recommendations of self-denial for the ...
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The Missionary in India.
... from the home field ministers who, in unwearied labour, self-denial, and privation
for ... when missionaries have too closely resembled Paul and Barnabas in their ...
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The True Spirit of Missions.
... Barnabas, when going forth on their mission, especially to remember them. What else,
I ask, is a missionary spirit, but to be willing to labor with self-denial ...
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The Progress of the Gospel from the Death of Christ to the Death ...
... an odious sect, he at least demonstrated his sincerity and self-denial; but they ...
that he had brought with him no commendatory letters; but Barnabas, who is ...
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Acts XX
... James, and John should labor chiefly among the Jews, and Paul and Barnabas among
the ... at the same time that he was aiming, by a noble act of self-denial, to win ...
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The Controversy Concerning Fasting
... and teachers of Antioch were fasting when bidden to consecrate Barnabas and Saul ...
an ampler breath in any of the thousand forms of Christian self-denial, than in ...
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Torrey's Topical Textbook
Acts 4:36,37
And Joses, who by the apostles was surnamed Barnabas, (which is, being interpreted, The son of consolation,) a Levite, and of the country of Cyprus,
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