The Call - Paul’s Final Years
“Twenty years had passed since Paul, transformed by his conversion to Christ, had arrived in Jerusalem from Damascus. Times and people had changed, including Paul. He had traveled thousands of miles by land and sea, taking the gospel across the Roman Empire. He had founded churches, mentored the next generation of Christian leaders, and written half a dozen letters that would become the earliest written documents in the New Testament. He had profoundly shaped Christian theology and, though he had no way of know it, literally altered the future of Western civilization.” Paul had remained faithful to his call, he had run the good race.