In a previous post, it was established that, despite being a very intellectual person, Apostle Paul was not a very polished speaker. But this did not anyway impede his ministry as he was as effective as he could ever be.
It is far better to be plain in speech, yet walking openly and consistently with the gospel, than to be admired by thousands, and be lifted up in pride… (Matthew Henry)
But how can we be so sure that the great Apostle Paul was not a man imbued with so much eloquence? The scriptures bear record of it as we shall see shortly.
In this post, we will consider three reasons confirming that Paul was not as gifted in oratory as he was in knowledge.
1) Apostle Paul humbly admitted he wasn’t a polished speaker
Even though Paul never exalted his credentials above the grace of God upon…
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