The Apostle Paul By: Clawy Jumamil

  • Saul was born of Jewish parents.
  • He was born an Israelite, but a Roman by citizenship.
  • Saul didn't have a wife or children.

Before: Saul of Tarsus

  • Saul was a Pharisee.
  • He was dedicated to the persecution of Christians.
  • He was called a "religious terrorist".
  • He was present at Stephen's stoning.

God's Interception

While Saul was traveling, God showed his light to him. Saul was blind for a few days, but after meeting with a servant of God, he was healed. He was then no more called Saul, but is now called Paul.

After: The Apostle Paul

  • Devoted worker of God.
  • Preached the Gospel everywhere even to places unreached by previous missionaries.
  • The letters or books of the Bible that the Apostle Paul wrote: Galatians, 1 Thessalonians, 2 Thessalonians, 1 Corinthians, 2 Corinthians, Romans, Ephesians, Philemon, Colossians, Philippians, 1 Timothy, 2 Timothy, and Titus.
For when I am powerless, it is then that I am strong..- The Apostle Paul


  • Paul has been a sinful man his whole life. He spent his life devoted to persecuting Christians, but no matter what he did, God was still willing to forgive him and give him a new life.
  • God can use anyone to do his work. No matter how sinful you are, no one is beyond the saving grace of God. He could transform you to a whole new different person.
  • The things we have done doesn't define us. If you had sin in the past and ask God for forgiveness, he will forgive you and bury all of it.


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