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The holy, glorious, all-laudible '''Apostle Agabus''' was numbered among the [[Apostles|Seventy Apostles]]. Possessing a prophetic spirit, he prophesied of a world-wide famine which came true during the reign of Caesar Claudius ([[Acts]] 11:28). He also prophesied to the [[Apostle Paul]] that he would be delivered into the hands of the Gentiles by the Jews in Jerusalem ([[Acts]] 21:11). The Apostle Paul mentions him in his epistles.  The Church remembers St. Agabus on [[April 8]].
The holy, glorious, all-laudible '''Apostle Agabus''' was numbered among the [[Apostles|Seventy Apostles]]. Possessing a prophetic spirit, he prophesied of a world-wide famine which came true during the reign of Caesar Claudius ([[Acts]] 11:28). He also prophesied to the [[Apostle Paul]] that he would be delivered into the hands of the Gentiles by the Jews in Jerusalem ([[Acts]] 21:11). The Apostle Paul mentions him in his epistles.  The Church remembers St. Agabus on [[April 8]]
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The holy, glorious, all-laudible Apostle Agabus was numbered among the Seventy Apostles. Possessing a prophetic spirit, he prophesied of a world-wide famine which came true during the reign of Caesar Claudius (Acts 11:28). He also prophesied to the Apostle Paul that he would be delivered into the hands of the Gentiles by the Jews in Jerusalem (Acts 21:11). The Apostle Paul mentions him in his epistles. The Church remembers St. Agabus on April 8.


Source

St. Nikolai Velimirovic, The Prologue of Ohrid