April 30, 2013
When I think of the Apostle Paul I do not think about a man who could be scared or frightened of just about anything. Instead, I envision Paul as a man who would look danger and death in the face and proclaim that it is better to die and be with Christ than to live apart from Him. For Paul, death was gain.
But there was something that frightened Paul to the very depths of his being. There was something that kept his behavior in check, something that became the sovereign judge of his motives and thoughts and something that kept him up at night.
And it is something that never enters the mind of a Christian today.
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The following is a study on The Kingdom.