(1.) Another name for Joseph, surnamed Barsabas. He and Matthias are mentioned only in Acts 1:23. "They must have been among the earliest disciples of Jesus, and must have been faithful to the end; they must have been well known and esteemed among the brethren. What became of them afterwards, and what work they did, are entirely unknown" (Lindsay's Acts of the Apostles). (2.) A Jewish proselyte at Corinth, in whose house, next door to the synagogue, Paul held meetings and preached after he left the synagogue (Acts 18:7). (3.) A Jewish Christian, called Jesus, Paul's only fellow-labourer at Rome, where he wrote his Epistle to the Colossians (Col. 4:11).
It's awfully hard to do right every time by yourself, isn't it, Uncle justus?
And yet if justus Miles had been able to look ahead he might not have talked so blithely.
justus began to ask where was grandpapa, and Laury repeated his question like a lisping echo.
“A famous dinner,” said Uncle justus as he rose from the table.
A fact relating to the famous justus Lipsius proves the difficulty of forming a clear notion of toleration.
He saw a familiar stoop-shouldered back in the crowd—justus Bennett.
Uncle justus, for answer, gave her hand a little squeeze, and she was satisfied.
This year Augustine consecrated two bishops; Mellitus and justus.
A young man of twenty-eight, named justus Jonas, had got the start of the party.
It carried him off in April 624, and justus became Archbishop.