Eusebius (ca 280 AD) traveled to a city beyond the Euphrates and retrieved and translated the following from the Syraic concerning the administration of Thaddeus, one of the Seventy Apostles:
9 "Blessed art thou who hast believed in me without having seen me. For it is written concerning me, that they who have seen me will not believe in me, and that they who have not seen me will believe and be saved. But in regard to what thou hast written me, that I should come to thee, it is necessary for me to fulfill all things here for which I have been sent, and after I have fulfilled them thus to be taken up again to him that sent me. But after I have been taken up I will send to thee one of my disciples, that he may heal thy disease and give life to thee and thine."
10 To these epistles there was added the following account in the Syriac language. "After the ascension of Jesus, Judas, who was also called Thomas, sent to him Thaddeus, an apostle, one of the Seventy. When he was come he lodged with Tobias, the son of Tobias. When the report of him got abroad, it was told Abgarus that an apostle of Jesus was come, as he had written him.
Astounding concurrence of the above with The Revelations of Jesus Christ, given to Art Bulla, who now holds the keys of the Kingdom of God and the Apostleship and the revelations.
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