Short Office Sermons / Quick Bible Studies

Written by Eric and Ann Johansen

Why We Should Follow The Apostle Paul
Acts 9:21 …all that heard him were amazed…

I wanted to pass along a study my wife and I have been working on for some time. It is the result of me realizing that I could not quickly, effectively and, most importantly, thoroughly answer the question, “Why the apostle Paul?” I wanted something I could easily put in my Bible and be ready to give an answer.

The Holy Bible tells us to follow him! The Holy Bible says Paul is the apostle to the Gentiles! The Holy Bible says we will be judged by the Apostle Paul’s gospel! Also see: The Apostle Paul is the only author in the Bible to warn us of the possibility of receiving another Jesus, another gospel and another spirit! See also:  The Apostle Paul delineates the gospel of the circumcision and the gospel of the uncircumcision!
However, keep in mind the difference between
physical circumcision and spiritual circumcision:
The Apostle Paul reveals rightly dividing! See also: The Lord himself set Paul to be a light of the Gentiles! Certain mysteries were only revealed to the Apostle Paul! Finally, the Apostle Paul was given a better way! *See these verses for more detail on the relationship between the Apostle Paul and Aquila and Priscilla.
If you say you are a Christian I hope you know that you have the right Jesus! If you can't answer that with authority I challenge you to take the time to read your King James Bible, using these notes and references as a starting point and ensure that you have trusted in the risen Saviour, Ephesians 1:12-13. If you have not trusted in the finished work of The Lord Jesus Christ then may today be the day you decide to quit trusting in yourself and trust in the one who died for you!

I hope that you read and reread The Book of books, the King James Bible! It alone will show you who God is and how we are to live our lives to please him.

King James Bible Church of Celina, Ohio
Missionary/Evangelist/Pastor - Mike Paulson
The entire King James Bible is written FOR us, but it is not all written TO us!
We learn from the "For" and we learn to apply the 'TO!"