Let us turn back to the Book of Philippians and here we find that the Apostle Paul has had a vast area of experiences far beyond that of many Christians because he was called as an Apostle to the nations of Israel and to the Church. His area of responsibility was to make known unto them the things God had delivered unto him. That he might make known unto those of HIS Household the great Mysteries of his race. The Apostle Paul you will remember was stopped on the road to Damascus as God put his hand on him, and took him out of the control and propaganda of the Jews. Although the Apostle was not a Jew he had been taken in by their influence and by their control of the Temple. Yet he was well prepared for his ministry. He spoke fluently and could speak many languages, and local languages of his day and time were known to him as well. He was without question one of the most astute philosophers of his day, but at the same time he was very active and militant. But when God called him, and awakened him to the fact that The Eternal Christ was the fulfilment of God, THE MESSIAH embodied, he also took him into a dimension of great significance.
Every Tongue Shall Confess