Revolution Series – Paul

This year at camp, we unpacked the word “revolution.” We looked at how God offers a revolution of love. We often hear about revolutions of power or influence. But God is love. For our new TAWG Blog series, we’re going to look at people in the Bible who experienced revolution. We’re excited to have you journey with us!


When talking about Bible characters who underwent some kind of change, Paul is probably one of the first that comes to mind. Now we know him as the writer of most of the New Testament, and one of history’s greatest missionaries. But he wasn’t always that person. Before He met Jesus, he was a drastically different man.

Read Acts 9:1-19

Paul’s revolution was so great that everything about him changed – even his name! Before, he was Saul the murderous hater of Christians. Then he encountered Jesus, and his life was changed.

God’s love can change even the worst sinner. There is no one who has strayed too far or done too much for God to love them. That kind of love is hard for us to fathom. Thankfully, God doesn’t ask us to understand it. All He asks us to do is believe and follow.

You may not have ever had God appear to you in a light from heaven. But think about a time when you did hear God “speak.” It may not have been an audible voice, but He got through to you. How did it happen? Was it through a Bible verse, or maybe the encouragement of another person?

God wants to meet with us every day and invite us deeper and deeper into his revolution of love. We must listen for Him. When we hear Him, we must believe and follow. If God can take a murderer and turn him into the greatest missionary who ever lived, just think what He can do with you.

Want More?

Romans 10:9

Romans 8:38-39

Deuteronomy 7:9

Psalm 136:26

John 3:16

Romans 5:8

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