September 20, 2021

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  1. This verse along with many others testify to the power of our God to change the hearts of men.
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    Have a blessed day Clark.
    purihin ang Diyos

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    1. Paul is the quintessential example, Crissy, of a changed mind/repentance towards GOD. A Literal example too of a person characterized as “was blind(ed) but now I see.” GOD’s grace was amazing with Paul and continuesly/is amazing to this day and beyond! The power of GOD to change hearts of all people! The quill was used to write those persecution orders and was also instrumental in writing letters or epistles. Amazing grace! Bendiciones tambien mi amiga! Amén, alabando a DIOS por su obra de salvación en todos nosotros!


  2. Saul is an example of why we should never despair of those who are hostile to the church. How many of the early church must have prayed for him before he became the apostle to the Gentiles! So must we.

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    1. Very true and we must! EVERYONE has a chance to be called and be changed by GOD in His divine prerogative. His grace is irresistable and that includes someone (e.g. politician, propaganda foot soldier, the butcher of Fortnite😉) to whom a person feels holier than that someone. Probably, there will be those who we surprisingly meet in heaven that we thought of as a “persecutor, bad, or even unredeemable,” yes in our own eyes. We can surmised that many then have prayed that GOD will “do something” to the person who favorably watched the stoning of Stephen. GOD did make Paul repent and followed JESUS CHRIST; glorifying Him even in his last days. Blessings to you and your family!

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    1. Just like the guy who climbed the tree waiting for his Savior and the other guy who wrote Psalm 32 and 51. We can also count the guy who heard the rooster crowed thrice. Blessings to you and your family!

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