I am painfully aware of the fact that this presentation does not and cannot do justice to, perhaps, the greatest man to live during the Christian age. As improbable as it may have seemed, God took a young man named Saul and used him to spread the gospel to the world. Who could believe that God would take a narrow minded Pharisee, a conspiring murderer of Christians, a man with seemingly little oratorical ability, and a man without the experience of his own wife and family and use him in an unbelievable capacity to spread the gospel to the Gentile world. At the same time God used him to convince the Jews that Jesus Christ was the Savior they had anticipated for centuries and that their aLawa was the schoolmaster to bring the world to Christ for the redemption of all. Paulas evangelical work and personal letters to churches and individuals probably defined more activities and established more attitudes for worship and personal behavior for Christians than the activities any other person.B. Childhood of Paul Saul, who later became the apostle Paul (Acts 13:9), was born into the Israeli tribe of Benjamin probably in the first ... Knowledge of his early life before his conversion consists of a few snippets of information found primarily in the book of Acts of the Apostles. Saul ... It was customary for young Jewish boys to choose some craft to assure them of the ability to make a living as an adult.
|Title||:||Paul, God’s Evangelist and Minister|
|Author||:||Raymond E. Isbell|
|Publisher||:||AuthorHouse - 2011-02-23|