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Galatians, Chapter One, Lesson Three

THE CALL OF GOD            Page 6


** How would you describe the person of Paul before he met Jesus Christ?

He was:
1) Hateful
2) Violent
3) Self-righteous
4) A murderer
5) Fooled by the traditions of men


** How much of that dreadful past was effective in disqualifying Paul from serving the Lord?

None of it! When he placed his faith in Jesus Christ, he became a new creature.
( 2Corinthians 5:17)

** What became Paul's new passion? How did he spend all of his time as a Christian?

Preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ to the nations! So should we!


** Are you holding back on the reins of your potential involvement in serving Jesus Christ, because of some sin in your past? Or, do you think that you are not good enough to serve Him because of what you did before you were saved?

Remember what we have learned today about "The Call of God". He called you while you were yet unborn and knowing that you would rebel against Him, He sent His Son to pay for your sin. You, like King David can rejoice in this wonderful truth. "As far as the east is from the west, so far has He removed our transgressions from us". (Psalm 103:12)


** Thank you Lord for my salvation and calling to serve You. Help me to maintain my commitment to serve you throughout my entire life. Use me for Your name's sake, in the area of ministry that will bring You the greatest glory.

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