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"Paul" Songs - #2 - a funny man...

Straight off - an apology: sorry if you think this song is a bit, well, unfair to Paul. Let me explain. We get hints in the New Testament that Paul may have looked somewhat unimpressive in person - 1 Corinthians 2:3f, 2 Corinthians 10:10 - and there's an apocryphal account which describes Paul as "a man of little stature..." (see the New Bible Dictionary article on Paul).

However - and it's a big HOWEVER - the message that Paul had: WOW! That was amazing.

So that's the angle this song takes - Paul himself, maybe not that cool, but WOW! the things that he said!

Have a listen on the Maynard's Groovy Bible Tunes Jukebox: "Paul Paul" - and get the downloads from the MGBT store.

"Paul" Songs - #1 - Let's go!

"Go, let's go, round the Mediterranean!"

The Apostle Paul had some amazing adventures as he travelled around the Mediterranean area spreading the Good News of Jesus Christ. It's a great theme for a series in Sunday School, or a holiday club, and that's where this song comes from.

Originally written as the theme song for a "Paul" Summer Club, it has four verses describing Paul's journeys - from his conversion on the road to Damascus, through prison adventures with Silas, ending up in Rome, via shipwrecks and other dangers!

Here's how it goes:

It's available as Sheet Music, MP3 downloads and on CDs from Maynard's Groovy Bible Tunes

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