Paul, The Apostle
Paul is perhaps the greatest example for Christianity ever produced by Christ. He steps into scripture while witnessing members of the Sanhedrin stop Stephen. From the time of Stephen's death until his conversion, Saul as he was known then, was responsible for some of the most inhumane persecution of the early church. Suddenly, his abusive itinerary is interrupted by the Lord Jesus Chris who asks, "Saul, Saul, why do you persecute me?" His dramatic encounter with Christ blinded him but also opened up his spiritual eyes to God's plan for his life. Brother Swaggart invites readers to follow Paul on his miraculous mission to take the gospel to the world, to hear him preach Christ crucified, and to learn from his final words, "I have kept the faith."
(555 pages, hardcover)