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THE LIFE OF PAUL PART 1

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The first Roman Emperor was Augustus who reigned until 14. A.D.
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The second Roman Emperor was Tiberius, the son-in-law of Augustus.
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Tiberius reigned from 14 A.D. to 37 A.D.
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THE YEAR IS 36
the Jewish man Saul, was known throughout the religious world, as a Pharisee of Pharisees.
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He had studied under Gamaliel, one of the most brilliant professors of Judaism.
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Saul was about twenty four years of age. He was a religious fanatic, dedicated to Judaism, the temple and the Law of Moses
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After hearing Stephen preach that Jesus was the Jewish Messiah.
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The religious leaders ordered his execution.
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The witnesses laid their coats at the feet of Saul, before stoning Stephen to death.
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IN THE YEAR OF 37
Caligula, became the third Roman Emperor.
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In the same year with a letter from the High Priest, Saul and his gang set off to arrest believers.
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As they travelled Saul was blinded by a light from heaven.
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“I am Jesus Christ the one whom you persecute.”
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Saul now blind, was led by hand into the city.
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Jesus had told a believer, to pray for Saul’s sight.
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Saul was healed with the prayer and he changed his name from Saul to Paul. 
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The people were amazed, as Saul the Pharisee of Pharisee’s, preached that Jesus Christ is the Jewish Messiah.
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IN THE YEAR OF 38
the unbelieving Jews plotted to murder Paul, so the believers helped him escape.
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When Paul arrived in Jerusalem, the believers rejected him, until they heard his testimony.
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Paul preached the risen Messiah, until some more unbelieving Jews, planned to kill him.
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So Paul left Jerusalem and went north to his home town.
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IN THE YEAR 41
Caligula was murdered and Claudius became the fourth Roman Emperor.
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A believer named Barny-the-Encourager found Paul and together they taught in Antioch. The believers were mockingly called C-h-r-i-s-t-i-a-n-s.
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IN THE YEAR 45
Paul went on his FIRST missionary journey, starting from his home church in Antioch.
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Paul and Barny sailed to Cyprus, to tell the people about the risen Christ.
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In one of the towns, the Governor wanted to hear the Gospel, but a local witch kept interfering, Paul said;
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 “You son of the devil, you shall be blinded for a season.” And it happened exactly as Paul said and the governor believed.
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Sometime later, Paul and Barny sailed to Galatia.
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As they travelled, they preached in Antioch, Iconium, Lystra, and Derbe.
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In Antioch the unbelieving Jews stirred up trouble for Paul and Barny.
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IT WAS NOW THE YEAR 46
and they stayed for some time in Iconium teaching the believers.
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But again the unbelieving Jews caused trouble.
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So they travelled on to Lystra to preach and teach.
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In Lystra, they met a lame man. After preaching Paul said, “Stand up.” And immediately the man walked.
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The people were amazed, they called Paul Mercury, and Barny Jupiter and they worshipped them.
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“We are only men like yourselves; the living God wants you to serve Him.”
Pleaded Paul.
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Some of the unbelieving Jews arrived and started a riot.
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Paul was stoned, dragged out of the city and left for dead.
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When the believers prayed for Paul, he got up and went back into the city.
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The next day Paul and Barny left Lystra and went to preach in Derbe.
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After preaching in Derbe, they left to make the return journey, whilst encouraging the believers in all of the towns that they passed through.
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AFTER TWO YEARS IN 47
Paul ended his first mission trip.
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And they sailed back to their home Church at Antioch in Syria.
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They told the believers about the many converts, but some unbelieving Jews argued, “People must obey the law of Moses to be saved.”
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So Paul and Barny, travelled to Jerusalem to settle the matter with the disciples.
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As they made the journey south, they visited local Churches on the way and encouraged the believers.
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In Jerusalem after much debate Peter said, “We believe that God will save everyone by faith in Christ.”
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It was decided to write Paul and Barny a letter, saying that both Jews and non Jews, could be saved by believing only in the risen Christ.
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IT WAS IN THE YEAR 48
that Paul and Barny returned to their church with the letter, when Paul saw how the believers were encouraged.
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He was inspired to write his first letter to the believers at Galatia.
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Paul then left for his SECOND MISSIONARY trip, to encourage the believers in Galatia
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He took a believer called Silas, and Timothy who lived in Galatia, also started preaching with Paul.
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As they read the Jerusalem letter, the Galatian believers were encouraged and their numbers grew daily.
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IN THE YEAR OF 49
Claudius expelled the believing and non believing Jews from Rome.
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Paul had a dream where he saw a man saying ‘Come to Greece to help us’.
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After a few days in Greece, Paul was preaching in Philippi.
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When a whole family were saved. Paul stayed at the house of a woman called Lydia.
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Paul was followed every day by a woman who would continually call out, “These are servants of the Most High God,”
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Finally one day, Paul turned to her and commanded the evil spirit, “In the name of Jesus Christ, come out.”
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Paul and Silas were arrested for this and the magistrates ordered that they should both be flogged.
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At midnight as they were both praising God in their prison cell, there was a great earthquake and their chains fell off.
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The jailer fell to his knees, “What must I do to be saved?”  “Believe in the risen Christ, and you will be saved.” answered Paul.
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The following day they were released and went to stay with Lydia.
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After they left Philippi, they stayed in Thessalonica for three weeks.
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Until the unbelieving Jews started a riot.
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So as soon as it was dark, they escaped.
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And made their way to Berea.
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But as they preached in Berea, the unbelieving Jews from Thessalonica arrived and caused more trouble.
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So Paul left for Athens on his own.
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When Paul arrived in Athens.
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The philosophers, wanted to hear more about the strange god that Paul preached.
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Paul preached about the resurrection of Christ. Some of the philosophers made fun of him, while other men believed.
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IN THE YEAR 50
Paul left Athens and travelled to Corinth,
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Where he became a tent maker.
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When Timothy arrived in Corinth, he told Paul that the Thessalonians would love to see him.
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So Paul wrote the THESSALONIANS A LETTER, encouraging them with Christ’s coming.
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Every Saturday Paul debated with the Jews and Greeks in the Synagogue.
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In the following year of 51
Paul received news from Thessalonica, that the believers were idle due to some wrong teaching
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So Paul wrote a SECOND letter, which was delivered to the THESSALONIAN believers.
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After eighteen months preaching and teaching in Corinth, Paul started a journey back to his home church,
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His friends accompanied him, as far as Ephesus.
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Paul sailed from Ephesus to Caesarea and then travelled north to his home church in Antioch.
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This was now the end of Paul’s SECOND MISSIONARY TRIP.


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