Men of Trinity,
This past Wednesday we look at Saul who became Paul. What did we learn about Paul? We learned that Paul’s conversion was unique, but then wasn’t our own conversion unique? It does not matter that if you grew up going to church your entire life or you came out of life with
addictions or even worse, each conversion is unique because we are all different people.
Like Paul, we all have a turning point in our lives. We may not be physically blind like Paul was; we all were spatially blind until the Lord opens our eyes. The Jewish people took a while to warm up to Paul because they remembered him as Saul who persecuted the Christians and now he was a follower of Jesus and was talking about Jesus wherever he went. Think back on your own life, were there people who took a little while to accept you as a Christian because of the man who you were prior to your conversion?
Every morning Paul had the choice to either return to the old way or continue to follow Christ. We too have the same choice.
I feel that there are 3 life lessons we can learn from Paul. First it’s okay to be human. Second, you need to be knocked off your horse sometime. Third, you have to give a person a chance. I encourage you to and join us on Wednesday nights at 6:30 for our Bible Study. This coming Wednesday, August 19, 2020 we will be looking at the Prophet Daniel. If you have not been to our bible study come and joins us. If you attend regularly, I encourage you to ask a friend or neighbor to join us.
I am also looking for ideas of our next study so please feel free to send me a suggestion to my email, firstname.lastname@example.org or see me on Sunday mornings.
Our women's group meets on Wednesday nights at 6:30. Currently this group meets online via Zoom.
The women typically have a study based on a book, often with video lessons. We have had studies from Beth Moore, Priscilla Shirer, and more.
Discussion is a big part of this study. This is a safe place to share your thoughts or burdens with women who will share God's grace and help you carry the load.