Sunday, July 5, 2015

Living in Community: Experiencing a Belief Adjustment (audio)

We all know of the Apostle Paul. He boldly preached Christ in the synagogues wherever he went. He wrote influential letters to the various churches he helped establish. He was a magnificent speaker, writer, highly regarded. His words carried weight then and they still do today.

That wasn't always the case.

Saul was a young up-and-coming pharisee from the Roman trade and educational center known as Tarsus, in the southern portion of Turkey. His zealousness for the law was unrivaled, and the way he attacked, tortured, imprisoned, and approved the deaths of the early believers gained him great respect among the priests and other leaders.

That was until he was knocked down by a light, and heard a voice.

That day he experienced a belief adjustment. Do we need to? Take a listen to the sermon by clicking on the link below. Share with other.

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