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The Aposlte Paul, once known as Saul of Tarsus. A man revered for his amazing tenacity and faithfulness to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ and blaze the trail for the truth across Asia Minor. Few men in history have done more for the cause of Jesus Christ. And yet, due to the admiration most men have for Paul, you rarely hear a message assessing the depth of destruction this man unleashed against the early church. This message contrasts Saul, the destructive antagonist with Paul the dedicated ambassador. What happened to change this man? Can God do the same thing today?
Evangelist and author Jason Frenn details five steps accessing Christ's power to break the chains of destructive patterns that afflict generation after generation. Many families suffer from dysfunction and conflict handed down from one generation to the next, and the cycle repeats itself.
Our tongue, though small in size, has great power to influence for both good and evil. However, no one can tame the tongue. So what is our solution? Realizing that the only way a believer can control his/her tongue is by seeking to have their hearts transformed by God--knowing that whatever proceeds from the mouth is initiated from the heart.
I. Evil teachers: what they'll do to you (2 Peter 2:1-3) A) They introduce destructive heresies. B) They bring the truth into disrepute. C) They exploit with fake stories. II. Evil teachers: what will happen to them (2 Peter 2:4-10) a. Satan's angels b. Noah's flood c. Sodom and Gomorrah III. Evil teachers: what they are really like (2 Peter 2:11-22) Bold, Arrogant, Prefer Sin, Debauchery (including other people in their sin)