This past Sunday we considered what an unlikely selection Saul would have been after arresting, and murdering, followers of Jesus. But God made such a profound selection. Reading from letters in the New Testament that chronicle his life, they demonstrate his relentless commitment, and love, for Jesus. In fact, in his thinking he even said, "To live is Christ, but to die would be gain." In other words, his life was all about following the One who had knocked him off of his high horse, and he viewed death as an opportunity to spend even more time with Jesus.  

How do we view Jesus? What does our time and week say about who He is in our lives?