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I am working through the books of the New Testament written by the Apostle Paul. His story is fascinating, and so inspiring. He is proof that no matter how bad of a person you think you are, there is always the possibility for change.
Prior to meeting Jesus on that road to Damascus and his conversion (chronicled in Acts 9) Saul was a man hellbent on removing all followers of Jesus Christ from the face of the Earth. By the end of his life, he became one of the most influential followers of Jesus Christ. He traveled the world sharing the word of Jesus with anyone that would listen. He planted churches anywhere that he could. He suffered trials and tribulations, which he alludes to in 2 Corinthians, but he never loses faith and he never gives up on the mission that he was given. Are you as passionate in your faith as Paul was?
Next month we’ll explore Galatians and Ephesians, since both books are fairly short.
I hope you enjoy. Please feel free to share this plan, and the others. All I ask is that you please link back to my blog.
Until next time . . .