Matthias who replace Judas the same as Matthew of the 12 disciple?
No, Matthias is not the Matthew from the original 12 disciples; in fact after he is voted to take Judas place as the 12th disciple he is never mentioned again.
The 12 chosen as apostles are called disciples at Matthew 10:1 and 11:1. Their names are Peter, James, John, Andrew, Philip, Bar‧thol′o‧mew, Matthew, Thomas, James the [son] of Al‧phae′us and Thad‧dae′us and Judas Is‧car′i‧ot, who later betrayed him. Later, the disciple Matthias were selected by lot to replace Judas Iscariot as an apostle.
The other disciples cast lots which fell on Matthias (Acts 1:26) to replace Judas. But he is never mentioned again in scripture which leads many to believe that perhaps Matthias was not God's pick. So these then look to Paul as Judas' replacement because Jesus Himself converted Him by appearing to Him and gave him the revelation of Salvation by grace through faith and the reality of the new creation. That and his assignment was…
The account is described in the entire first chapter of Acts. Jesus had been resurrected to heaven and the apostles went back to Jerusalem, to the upper room where they were staying. There they cast lots to decide if Barsabbas(Joseph/Justus) or Matthias would replace Judas, and Matthias was chosen. (Acts 1:23-26)
There were 12 original disciples (aka apostles) Their names were: Simon - Aka "Peter" Andrew - Simon’s brother James John - James’ brother Philip Bartholomew - aka “Nathaneal” Matthew . Thomas James - the son of Alphaeus. Thaddeus - aka “Jude” Simon - also known as “the Zealot”. Judas Iscariot - After his death he was replaced by Matthias. Judas is the follower who betrayed Jesus Matthew and John were two of the four writers…
I'm assuming you are referring to the man most people know as Matthew. At the time that Jesus called him to follow Him (when he was named Levi), he was a publican or tax collector. It is unknown as to what he did after his discipleship was over, besides being an apostle/evangelist. Now, there was an apostle called Matthias that was chosen to replace Judas.
Acts 1:14-26 detail the account of Matthias being appointed as an apostle to replace Judas Iscariot, but he never actually became an apostle, because the Lord never chose him, Peter did. Apostle Paul was the one ordained by Jesus Christ to replace Judas. Galatians 1:1 - "Paul, an apostle, (not of men, neither by man, but by Jesus Christ, and God the Father, who raised him from the dead;)"