Paul Kindle Þ Kindle Edition

Paul Kindle Þ Kindle Edition

Paul (Intrepid Men of God #2) ➹ [Reading] ➻ Paul (Intrepid Men of God #2) By Katheryn Maddox Haddad ➮ – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk The Apostle Paul is strong And unstoppable He walks thousands of miles He is driven by one goal Tell everyone about Jesus their new world king He allows nothing to get in his way Dare to experience wi The Apostle Paul is strong And unstoppable He walks thousands of miles He is driven by one goal Tell everyone about Jesus their new world king He allows nothing to get in his way Dare to experience with him every rod slamming into his bones every whip lashing through his skin every breath struggled for when treading water a day and night Survive with him through all the ship wrecks going days without food a snow storm in the Taurus Mountains being robbed on the highway Listen as each time his body is mercilessly attacked he calls out “Jesus This is for you” Discover what makes this man tick In this present tense book you will walk with him over twenty years of crisscrossing the often hostile Roman Empire challenging pagan priests and trying to convince Jewish rabbis to listen to him Understand what Barnabas Silas Timothy and Dr Luke go through to keep this man alive to do what he has to do With Paul it is never enough What drives him Why can he not stop Dare to walk with Paul At the end of the book are discussion uestions for book clubs and Bible classes Sanhedrin rabbi vengeance torture imprisonment synagogue Caiaphas crucifixion Tertullus Silas Barnabas Timothy Titus Rufus Alexander Aretas Junias Tarsus Andonicus tentmaking goathairtent CilicianGates baptism pagans Jews mountainmen scartissue shipwreck roguewave RomanCitizen Christian martyr Luke Pondanus Faustinopolis CeyhanRiver Tyana SeyhanRiver Mazaca athletics boxing racing JohnMark Priscilla Auilla Erastus Tychicus Trophimus Aristarchus Levite pirates Cybel Anatolia Damascus Syria Palestine Israel Jerusalem Bethany Galatia Antioch Pisidia famine Elymas Agabus JamesBeheaded Perga Iconium Lystra Derbe Peter Antioch Cyprus stoning beating lashing snowstorm hunger Colossians Galatians circumcision Gentiles Colossae Asia Mysia Meander Troas Berea Philippi Lydia Thessalonica Athens Secundus church pagantemples pagangods Stephanas Gaius Crispus Corinth Macedonia Greece Aegean Sopotar Ephesus Colossae Apollos Sosthanes sorcerer Alexander Rome Romans Caesarea Felix Festus AgrippaHerod highpriests Gamaliel Philemon Colossians Nero Caesar Onesimus Thrace RomeBurned heaven crown Myletis Soter Aristarchus Epanetus Trelles Bar Jesus Eunice Lois Crete Mariamme SergiusPaulus Jason Julius NewTestament tongues church elders.


5 thoughts on “Paul (Intrepid Men of God #2)

  1. Chris Chris says:

    Saul the Pharisee was an up and coming zealot whose thirst for religious excellence led him to the Sanhedrin But the unlikely and dangerous prophet Jesus of Nazareth threatened everything he was working for and uestioned the very ideals Saul upheld Saul worked to see the man put to death expecting that would be the end of the story But it was only the beginningTravel with Saul on a journey to destroy this new sect following Jesus and experience with him the 180 he took on the road to Damascus as Jesus gives him a wake up call he would never forget Saul's new task is to spread the gospel to the ends of the world and no one ever took that task seriously Nothing stopped him not stoning being beaten half to death receiving 49 lashes repeatedly threat of sword or shipwreck nakedness and starvationThis tome chronicles Paul's life from shortly before the crucifixion to his last days in a Roman dungeon I spent a significant amount of time fact checking and found only one thing that didn't line up with scripture Even that would be open to conjecture Paul's adventures as he shares the gospel around the known world is simply amazing I was brought to tears by the remorse and shock Paul went through when he found out he was wrong about Jesus and Erastus who nailed Him to the cross when he came to faith So many places in this story where I wept with the saints over joy or sorrow and raged over the horrible treatment of the Christians and Paul in particular by those opposed to the Christian faithContentViolencePG 13 This story starts out with a brutal boxing match and chronicles stonings bludgeonings floggings and crucifixions By the end of his life after five floggings of 49 lashes each Paul's back is nothing but scar tissue and muscle tissue The physician Luke treats him for many of his varied injuries and punishments and some of the treatments and descriptions of his injuries are graphic Nero torching the Christians to light his amphitheater is discussed briefly Drug ContentPG Opiates are used to treat Paul and alcohol is consumed with relative freuency but it's often referred to as 'new wine' which may mean grape juiceLanguageG There's none at all that I can recall Even with the torture floggings angry outbursts and calls for death it is sueaky cleanAdult ContentG No romance no adultish themes Even the Corinthian debauchery is glossed over and the role the priestesses play in prostitution in the various Roman and Greek temples is hidden from viewChristian contentThis book is the story of the apostle Paul's conversion and life as an evangelist It covers his missionary journeys and clearly presents the gospel message in countless places Much of the epistle content of the New Testament is condensed and presented All books of the New Testament attributed to Paul or Luke are discussed and depicted Spiritual warfare and demon possession are covered Spiritual gifts are depicted wellFinal analysisThe book was immersive gripping moving It captured Paul's unbelievable tenacity and determination and the people around him and their struggles and triumphs very well No doubt this work of 'fiction and non fiction' would make an incredible addition to the library of a biblical scholar The work transported the reader deeply into the culture of the first century and the trials Paul faced in getting the Word out to the known world Five Stars I received an electronic copy for an honest review


  2. JMBooher JMBooher says:

    WHAT A BOOKI love this book Now it's taken me a while to read it But I kept at it I am so glad I did My bible study is working on our story This book has help me realize how much I can do as a Christian and as a storyteller


  3. Kerry Kerry says:

    Gripping account not so much about Paul's theology as about the personal cost to him of his ministry a character development very well done I would certainly read this author again


  4. Rachel Rachel says:

    This book was an amazing read It's written in present tense so you are able to fully engage yourself in the situation and surround yourself with the characters in the moment An embellished account of a real person it triggers a desire to read about the time read about these people read of the BibleThe experiences of the characters in preaching and spreading the gospel all seem similar at a uick glance yet the author is able to pull out significant differences in thoughts emotions experiences and uniue people they meet along the way You grow to know these people these cities and even the villainy of the time; and it's shocking to have the reminder that these were all real people real happenings These historic figures aren't just old stories people to look up to as paragons of virtue They are incredibly real with emotions and regular wants and needs You get so lost in the stories of their lives you lose track of time I highly recommend this book and this author This was the second book by this author I've read and it was even better than the first She has a uniue writing style that makes the characters very relatable and historic time period are made relevant I was given a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review


  5. Linda Linda says:

    EnlightenedVery good book on Paul's life Good to read the details of his life and of his suffering in trying to teach about Jesus Disappointed that Paul's death was left out


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5 thoughts on “Paul (Intrepid Men of God #2)

  1. Chris Chris says:

    Saul the Pharisee was an up and coming zealot whose thirst for religious excellence led him to the Sanhedrin But the unlikely and dangerous prophet Jesus of Nazareth threatened everything he was working for and uestioned the very ideals Saul upheld Saul worked to see the man put to death expecting that would be the end of the story But it was only the beginningTravel with Saul on a journey to destroy this new sect following Jesus and experience with him the 180 he took on the road to Damascus as Jesus gives him a wake up call he would never forget Saul's new task is to spread the gospel to the ends of the world and no one ever took that task seriously Nothing stopped him not stoning being beaten half to death receiving 49 lashes repeatedly threat of sword or shipwreck nakedness and starvationThis tome chronicles Paul's life from shortly before the crucifixion to his last days in a Roman dungeon I spent a significant amount of time fact checking and found only one thing that didn't line up with scripture Even that would be open to conjecture Paul's adventures as he shares the gospel around the known world is simply amazing I was brought to tears by the remorse and shock Paul went through when he found out he was wrong about Jesus and Erastus who nailed Him to the cross when he came to faith So many places in this story where I wept with the saints over joy or sorrow and raged over the horrible treatment of the Christians and Paul in particular by those opposed to the Christian faithContentViolencePG 13 This story starts out with a brutal boxing match and chronicles stonings bludgeonings floggings and crucifixions By the end of his life after five floggings of 49 lashes each Paul's back is nothing but scar tissue and muscle tissue The physician Luke treats him for many of his varied injuries and punishments and some of the treatments and descriptions of his injuries are graphic Nero torching the Christians to light his amphitheater is discussed briefly Drug ContentPG Opiates are used to treat Paul and alcohol is consumed with relative freuency but it's often referred to as 'new wine' which may mean grape juiceLanguageG There's none at all that I can recall Even with the torture floggings angry outbursts and calls for death it is sueaky cleanAdult ContentG No romance no adultish themes Even the Corinthian debauchery is glossed over and the role the priestesses play in prostitution in the various Roman and Greek temples is hidden from viewChristian contentThis book is the story of the apostle Paul's conversion and life as an evangelist It covers his missionary journeys and clearly presents the gospel message in countless places Much of the epistle content of the New Testament is condensed and presented All books of the New Testament attributed to Paul or Luke are discussed and depicted Spiritual warfare and demon possession are covered Spiritual gifts are depicted wellFinal analysisThe book was immersive gripping moving It captured Paul's unbelievable tenacity and determination and the people around him and their struggles and triumphs very well No doubt this work of 'fiction and non fiction' would make an incredible addition to the library of a biblical scholar The work transported the reader deeply into the culture of the first century and the trials Paul faced in getting the Word out to the known world Five Stars I received an electronic copy for an honest review

  2. JMBooher JMBooher says:

    WHAT A BOOKI love this book Now it's taken me a while to read it But I kept at it I am so glad I did My bible study is working on our story This book has help me realize how much I can do as a Christian and as a storyteller

  3. Kerry Kerry says:

    Gripping account not so much about Paul's theology as about the personal cost to him of his ministry a character development very well done I would certainly read this author again

  4. Rachel Rachel says:

    This book was an amazing read It's written in present tense so you are able to fully engage yourself in the situation and surround yourself with the characters in the moment An embellished account of a real person it triggers a desire to read about the time read about these people read of the BibleThe experiences of the characters in preaching and spreading the gospel all seem similar at a uick glance yet the author is able to pull out significant differences in thoughts emotions experiences and uniue people they meet along the way You grow to know these people these cities and even the villainy of the time; and it's shocking to have the reminder that these were all real people real happenings These historic figures aren't just old stories people to look up to as paragons of virtue They are incredibly real with emotions and regular wants and needs You get so lost in the stories of their lives you lose track of time I highly recommend this book and this author This was the second book by this author I've read and it was even better than the first She has a uniue writing style that makes the characters very relatable and historic time period are made relevant I was given a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review

  5. Linda Linda says:

    EnlightenedVery good book on Paul's life Good to read the details of his life and of his suffering in trying to teach about Jesus Disappointed that Paul's death was left out

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