Paul of Tarsus Tabernacles

Acts 11:25

And Barnabas left for Tarsus to search for Saul;


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  1. Recently I read some comments online stating why they believe that Apostle Paul is an anti-Christ, a shill for Satan. Needless to say, these people are against all of Paul’s Teachings about faith producing obedience and an emphasis on grace. But most of all, the thing for which they reject Paul is his unique, personal, and intimate relationship with Jesus Christ. And, ironically, that unique quality is with what most of us identify. But my point is not about those Paul-dissenters. What I see here in this verse about this good man, Barnabas, being uniquely led by God, searching for this hidden, tucked-away apostle, Paul of Tarsus. And Paul, just chillin’ there back in his hometown, probably in the bosom of his extended family, handcrafting tabernacles – He accepts Barnabas’ offer to get-back-on-the-horse and join him in teaching the Antiochis. Paul, like a lot of us, has had to take the long way around to get to Antioch… and we all know what a journey still lies ahead for him to get to Rome. Paul was called to that unique life, that individual journey. There are countless types of callings to which our Lord Jesus has appointed each of us. Those people who reject Apostle Paul have a very short list of callings that fit into a box they call “church”. They reject ministries that reach into the dark worlds of porn, prostitution, witchcraft, addiction, schizophrenia, abortion, homosexuality, etc… Jesus Christ has saved people from those strongholds. And those people are uniquely gifted & called to reach in & call others out.
    I’ll end it there, I think I’ve made my point 🙂


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