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Paul: His Character - by William M. Ramsey

To really appreciate how God used the Apostle Paul, it is necessary to sum up his life succinctly. No one has ever improved on this synopsis by William M. Ramsay.

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Saul: Damascus Road Revelation

Beginning with a flash of blinding light, Jesus turns the hard-hearted Saul into the beloved Apostle Paul

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Samaritan Woman and the Seventh Man

The Son of God was not afraid to place Himself in a racist and sexist situation. By meeting with the woman at the well of Sychar, He created an opportunity to demonstrate the total absence of ethnic or gender bias on His part.

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Jesus: His Dynamic Characteristics

The Lord Jesus is the most phenomenal individual in world history. His legacy does not just survive—it thrives. Jesus stands alone in history as Truth Incarnate. His popularity two millennia after His resurrection can only be explained by the fact He lives today.

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Paul and Corinth: The Chronology

Between 51 AD and 65 AD Paul makes several visits to Corinth to take care of issues in the church.

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Paul: Chronology of His Life

The chronological life of Paul can be summarized as a series of dynamic achievements through intense suffering.

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Paul: Categorical Sufferings

Although Paul suffered greatly for his faith, these things did not concern him. He just wanted to be faithful to the ministry the Lord Jesus entrusted to him.

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Father God: A Character Sketch

The title Father is the one Jesus uses most frequently when referring to God. The spirit of true prayer involves viewing God in this light. Our Heavenly Father is more gracious and generous than any human father.

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Cornelius: The Generous Gentile

The salvation of Cornelius is a pivotal point in the New Testament. His story takes place about a decade after the resurrection and ascension of Jesus. His conversion affirms the inclusion of all nations in the Kingdom of God.

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Moses: Encountering the Burning Bush

After four centuries of servitude and affliction by the Egyptians, the scene at the burning bush proves God has not forgotten His promises to His people.

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