Bar-Nava, the Son of Comfort, is mentioned in Scripture many times! he was a major player in the Hebraic restoration of Israel! He introduced Rav Shaul/Paul to the Jerusalem community of faith. He was trusted by the Jerusalem elders. He was faithful with finances. He was a Jewish believer. He was A Levite. His Hebrew name was Yoseph/Joseph. He was a missionary and had a pastor's heart. He was considered a teacher and a prophet. He was ordained by the Ruach HaKadosh/Holy Spirit to rescue Ephraim from the nations. He was from the island of Cyprus. He observed Shabbat with the Jewish people. He was a key speaker and delegate at the Acts 15 Jerusalem Council. He was a chosen ambassador by the Jerusalem Council and was sent out with their rulings. He continued secular work. He was a believer before Paul. He donated large amounts of land and other material needs to the early Nazarene Yisraelite community. His nephew was Yochanan Moshe/John Mark author of the gospel bearing his name. The Epistle of Barnabas-Bar-Nava is a Greek treatise with some features of an epistle containing twenty-one chapters, preserved complete in the 4th century Codex Sinaiticus where it appears at the end of the Renewed Covenant/New Testament. It is traditionally ascribed to the Barnabas-Bar-Nava who is mentioned in the Acts of the Apostles.