The Transformation of Saul the Persecutor into God’s Servant- The Apostle Paul

The Transformation of Saul the Persecutor, into the Apostle Paul-A Lover of God Until the Day That He Died! 


     By Dr. Lindy S. Diffenbaugh, D.D.





When Christ, the 2nd member of the God-Head, came to the Earth, He came as an ambassador from Heaven, He came with a mission to represent, His God, His Heavenly Father.  He also carried the intention to restore the depth of the demonic destruction that worked through the God’s chosen vessels that, whether they knew it or not, were chosen and equipped by Heaven to spread the truth of the God’s glory on the Earth, and its ability to release God’s glory against Hell’s destructive blueprints to destroy the God’s intentions and release Hell Fire and Brimstone all around the globe 


In fact, while Christ was on this earth, He began His mission by choosing 12 Disciples that he would teach and train in the ways and purposes of God.  He deeply impacted and transformed the lives of 12-men/disciples, that laid down their lives, and ultimately laid hold of other men and women, that followed His lead, and impacted the lives of others that became that became Servants of the Most-High God for the glory of both Heaven and Earth.



Christ Transformed Them into Fishers of Men

In fact, 7 of the 12 disciples were fishermen by trade.  When Christ encountered them fishing in the Sea of Galilea, He first told them where to cast their nets to get a greater number of fish, then He called them to ffollow Him so that He could  molde these men, into “Fishers of Men”.

These were deeply impacted by the Gospel of Christ, but they also laid hold of the Gospel and they shared the depth, width, and breath height of it, throughout the lands that they had traveled to in Gallelli and later to the utter parts of the Earth. If there was a man or woman that would listen to their words, they would surely share the truth of the Word of God to them, so that it would eventually move through them to save and inform others that had never heard the Gospel, but were truly drowning in the darkness of hell that had overtaken them. 


Saul, the persecutor of Christians was known as a vicious man that persecuted and killed many servants of the Most Hight God in the former days of his life.  When the Angeol of the Lord, knocked him off of his horse, He was later transformed into a worshiper of Christ, as well a prolific writer and carrier of the Gospel of Chrost., In fact he was one  of the the Most Noted Apostles in the Early Church! 


Saul’s writings in the New Testament, were filled with purpose, and backed with the power on Earth as in Heaven! Anyone that has a hunger to know God and His people in that day, can certainly glean much information in the 27-Biblical Books that were penned by the Apostle Paul; these are certainly a wealth of  knowledge and understanding of the lives of the peopel in that day, and how the Apostle Paul impacted God’s people during his God given assignment on this earth! 


Let me encourage you to read the Books penned by the Apostle Paul in the New Testament. In fact, let me encourage you to Read them Over and Over and Over. The depth of his writing Has the power and authority to open your eyes, heart, and understanding in the Things of God! 








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