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The Apostle Paul - Early Church History

The Apostle Paul

  • John Barnett
    Acts 9:1-6 introduces us to Saul, who becomes Paul, the latecomer, as one born out of due time as Paul later describes himself.
  • Greg Laurie
    When believers heard that Saul of Tarsus had been converted, they basically thought, “Saul, a believer? No way.”
  • Greg Laurie
    The apostle Paul had something essential for effective evangelism: a God-given burden for those who did not know Jesus Christ. In his case, the burden was for his own people, the Jews. He cared. It burned inside him.
  • Charles Stanley
    Saul of Tarsus underwent a radical transformation—the zealous persecutor of Christians became a passionate follower of Christ. Later known as Paul, he dedicated his time, energy, and talent to spreading the gospel message. What motivated him to surrender his life wholeheartedly to Jesus?
  • Charles Stanley
    Surely, if anyone had a right to gripe, it was Paul, who’d endured persecution, shipwreck, and beatings for the gospel. Yet he never once complained. His letter to the church at Philippi is filled with rejoicing, as focusing on God let him live above his circumstances.
  • Greg Laurie
    The apostle Paul drew three comparisons to illustrate what it is like to live as a believer. He likened himself to a fighter, a runner, and a soldier.
  • Charles Stanley
    The apostle Paul had a certain mind-set that Christians are wise to emulate.