When I think of an effective leader of the Bible, the first person that comes to mind is Paul, who was once name Saul. Paul noted to be one of the greatest missionary the world has ever known (Patheos 2015). He might have suffered more than any other Christian and only Christ suffered more at the hands of sinful men (Patheos 2015). It was noted, that Paul was patient, faithful and had integrity (Mack 2012). Paul was tolerant by, when the aggressor witness was barely dry from his inundation when started his proclaiming to the Jews of Damascus, with no clear achievement went into the record (Jackson, 2016). This point numerous trust Paul made his trip into Arabia, which expe...
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...se missionaries, Deceitful laborers, camouflaging themselves as witnesses of Christ.In addition, no wonder, for even Satan Disguises himself as an angel of light. So it is no surprise if his servants, also, disguise themselves as servants of righteousness. Their end will correspond to their deeds” (KJV).
Considering everything, while going to chapel and considering the Bible. I review, Paul was a delinquent and abhorrence the educating of God. Paul beginning name was Saul. When Paul changed over to Christianity, his life started to change. God picks Paul as a pioneer. He composed the majority of the New Testament in the Bible. I feel that Paul was a transformational pioneer. In the hymn Amazing Grace, a verse expresses that, I once was blind, but now I see. I feel that is the manner by which Paul life was. God wanted to place him in an authority part. He was changed
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