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  • Saul/Paul was Taught by Rabbi Gamaliel in Jerusalem
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  • Arrested Christians for Blasphemy
  • "Meets Jesus" on the Road To Damascus
  • Saul/Paul claims to be educated by premier teachers in the law in the first century. Gamaliel taught between A.D. 22-55, giving us an approximate early date for Paul’s education. 
  • Travels to Arabia to study
  • Saul/Paul hated Christians, and despised the very name of Jesus. He said as much, when years later he gave his testimony to Herod Agrippa.
  • Meets other Disciples in Jerrusalem
  • Saul/Paul threatens to murder all the disciples that follow the lord. On his way to Damascus a light shone to him from heaven as he fell to the ground he heard a voice from Jesus and Jesus said "Saul, Saul why are you persecuting me? Saul was confused on who it was and Jesus said  that he was Jesus, Jesus said "Arise and go into the city, and you will be told what you must do.And the men who journeyed with him stood speechless, hearing a voice but seeing no one.  Then Saul arose from the ground, and when his eyes were opened he saw no one. But they led him by the hand and brought him into Damascus. And he was three days without sight, and neither ate nor drank.
  • Saul/Paul's impact
  • Saul receives written permission from the High Priest to search in Damascus' synagogues for those who believe Jesus is the Messiah.  His mission is to arrest Christians then bring them to Jerusalem for trial (Acts 9:1 - 2).
  • The three years to which Paul refers in today’s passage (Gal. 1:18–19) began when he saw Christ on the Damascus Road and include his sojourn in Arabia and his ministry in the Syrian city. Thus, Paul was a mature believer when he met Cephas (Peter) and James the Lord’s brother in Jerusalem. The contrast between Paul’s fifteen-day stay in the Holy City and the three years he was on his own reveals that he did not go there to learn the gospel or to have James or Peter appoint him as an apostle.
  • Saul/Paul's impact on the world is that he spread Christianity and he impacted it like crazy as a result of his hard work, Christianity soon became a worldwide religion.
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