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Early Life And Conversion

A baby's cry in a Jewish home in Tarsus, Asia Minor, heralded the birth of one whose career would affect multitudes, and literally place on the map this Gentile city. But for the birth of a child named Saul, Tarsus ...


The Chosen Vessel

It seemed incredible to Ananias! Had he misunderstood the message? For in vision the Lord had told him to find Saul of Tarsus and to lay his hands upon him that he might receive his sight. Little wonder that Ananias ...


Evangelist, Pastor And Teacher

The range of spiritual gift which Paul received was extraordinarily full, if not unique. Unique certainly was his role in the fulfilment of the divine purpose "unto the building up of the Body of Christ". Yet the day by day ...


Prayer Warrior

"I bow my knees unto the Father" (Eph. 3:14). Paul was a man of prayer, there is no doubt about that. "Behold he prayeth" the Lord said to Ananias when he feared to visit Paul in Damascus (Acts 9:11). No ...


The Prisoner In The Lord

"Go, lictors: strip off their garments: let them be scourged". The official order was obeyed Paul and Silas were beaten with rods, then cast into the inner prison at Philippi. As far as we know this was Paul's first ...


Paul And Barnabas

"Barnabas took him, and brought him to the apostles" (Acts 9:27). With these words Luke focuses attention on the beginning of a friendship between two mighty men in divine things; a friendship which was designed, under God, to open up ...


Paul And Silas

The Circumstances of their Association in Service The manner in which Paul and Silas became united in missionary service was rather unusual, to say the least. The two pioneers, Paul and Barnabas, felt the time had come to visit and ...


Paul And Timothy

Following his separation to the work of the Lord, Paul's first outreach was the journey by sea to the provinces of Pamphylia and Pisidia. There he was cast out of Antioch, stoned in Iconium, stoned also in Lystra (persecutions which ...


The Jerusalem Council

The vehemence of the apostle Paul's language in his letter to the Galatians indicates how deeply troubled he was about the attempts of some Christians to bring Gentile believers under Mosaic law. His intense pleading with those who were going ...


At Athens

"Wherefore when we could no longer forbear, we thought it good to be left behind at Athens alone" (1 Thess. 3:1). Tenderness, affection and pathos are in these words of the apostle to the Gentiles. Filled with anxious thoughts of ...


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