Unfortunately, I believe that Christians, for whatever reason, in their efforts to share the gospel, can often be guilty of simply trying to manipulate people into praying a prayer instead of making a sincere appeal to genuine faith in Jesus. Paul wasn’t that way. He wasn’t just interested in getting people to make a profession. He wanted to see their eyes opened. He wanted to see the gospel reach them and change them. He wanted to see them put their faith in Christ. He wanted to see them believe. That’s why I started the study. I watched the way Paul witnessed and wanted to learn to witness like Paul.
Section one is designed to help you become better acquainted with Paul, who he was, what God did in him, and what God did through him, so that you can see why such a study might be worth your time.
The purpose of section two is introspection. When considering Paul’s heart for lost people, how do we look in comparison?
The purpose of section three is to give a sense of Paul’s very healthy perspective regarding the gospel, as well as his faith in the gospel, so that we can possibly begin to develop that same boldness to preach with confidence to anyone, anywhere.
The purpose of section four is to demonstrate the importance of trying to identify where people are spiritually before trying to give them the information necessary to get them where they need to be.
The purpose of section five is to help Christians see the many ways in which Paul worked to help people understand and trust in who Jesus is and what He did for them.
The purpose of section six is to equip people, from Scripture, with an in-depth knowledge and understanding of the doctrine of salvation.
The purpose of this section is to wrap up the series by summarizing the content and offering some practical tips moving forward. We have a wonderful example in the apostle Paul, but now it’s time to apply what we’ve learned.
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