Paul The Apostle Research Paper

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There are many prophets in the bible, and one of them is Paul the Apostle. You may not know what a prophet is. A prophet is a spokesman for God. Some of the prophets are false prophets, which means they don’t do what they are supposed to do, and they say false things. Prophets were very important in the bible, and in this essay I will talk about one of the most important ones.
Paul the Apostle was born as “Saul” in Tarsus around A.D 1-5. He was born a Roman citizen from a Jewish Family. Saul was jewish, very wealthy, his culture was greek, and his citizenship was Roman. Saul was a very bad person, he persecuted Christians by capturing them and bringing them in chains to Rome. He also encouraged a mob to stone Saint Stephen. When Saul grew older, he became a temple leader. One day, while Saul was in the desert, the light of the Lord blinded him, and it was very hard for him to walk. Jesus instructed Saul to Damascus to get healed and baptized by a man named Ananias. Saul suddenly went to synagogues and started proclaiming that he is the Son of God. Saul soon became known as Paul and spent time in places such as: Damascus, Jerusalem, Tarsus, Cyprus, Pathos, Antioch,
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He wrote more books than anyone else did in the New Testament. Paul wrote 8 books of the bible including: Romans, 1 Corinthians, 2 Corinthians, Galatians, Colossians, Philippians, Philemon, and 1 Thessalonians. We can find the most information about Paul’s life in his epistles and in Acts. Paul is persistent, patient, courageous, humble, and forgiving, all traits that make him a great prophet. He never stopped preaching and serving God, and did whatever the Lord told him to do. We can learn from the life of Paul that anyone can be humble for Jesus, preach about Him, and spread the Word of God. We also learn that our past doesn’t define us. Paul had a bad history before his conversion, but that didn’t stop him from preaching

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