The primary aim of Paul's ministry was it human approval.
The primary aim of Paul's ministry was to share the Gospel (Good News) of Jesus Christ. The Good News being that God sent His only Son, Jesus, to be the sacrificial lamb (without sin) to die on the cross as the propitiation (payment in full) for the sins of all; that whosoever believes in Him, repents of their sin, shall be saved...assurance of spending eternity with Him. He established churches to continue spreading the faith.
Paul was given the New Covenant - Paul was most likely the most educated man of his day and time - he cared not for self, He cared for Jesus and He instructed us in what is right and how to avoid Spiritual Adultery, How to overcome self and the issues of life, in essence. We must place our faith in Jesus and what He did at the cross and in nothing else -
His aim was to lead people away from the teachings of Yahshua. Yahshua's doctrine was God's doctrine, but not Paul's.
Paul taught opposite of Yahshua
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