Few people from the ancient world still capture our imagination as much as the Apostle Paul does. His thirteen letters, which occupy fewer than eighty pages in a standard Bible translation, make up more than half of the New Testament and explode with relevance today as much as they did two thousand years ago.
Next to Jesus Christ, gritty and graceful Paul, also called Saul of Tarsus, is the most important person in the New Testament and remains exceptional in church history. Saul’s fateful experience on the road to Damascus changed him into the man whom God used to change the world.
If God can redeem a man like Saul of Tarsus and use him to change the world, imagine what He can do with you?