The Apostle Paul is known as one of the most radical conversions in the Bible. He went from legalistic Jew, who persecuted and murdered hundreds of Christians, to a head core devoted follower of Christ. None of which would have happened if he wasn’t confronted by Jesus on the way to Damascus (Acts 9:1-20). Christ made an impact on his life, so much soo, that Paul began to refer to himself as, “The Bond-servant of God.”
“Paul, a bond-servant of God and an apostle of Jesus Christ…” Titus 1:1
The Term ‘bond-servant’comes from the Greek word ‘dulos‘ and is defined as:
- 1. A slave, bondman, one who gives himself up to another’s will.
- 2. Those whose service is used by Christ in extending and advancing his cause among men.
- 3. Being devoted to another to the disregard of one’s own interests.
Simply put, being a bond-servant of…
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