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The Apostle Paul’s writings appeal to me. He is one of the main authors of the New Testament, and the Bible is my favorite book. Paul is the author of some of my favorite Bible books, like Romans, 1 and 2 Corinthians, and Galatians.

Galatians appeals to me because of the simple gospel explanation. 1 Corinthians appeals to me mainly because of the discussion of marriage. 2 Corinthians appeals to me because of the discussions on giving and strength in weakness.

Romans is my favorite book of the Bible because it is like a better, more in depth version of Galatians. It has maybe some of the clearest explanations of the gospel in the Bible, explains how that applies to us, and discusses what we can do about it in our lives.

If I were to “steal” from Paul as a writer, I would steal his passion, wisdom, and ability to clearly explain things. In all of the books of the Bible written by Paul, his passion is obvious. Though he scolds, he does it lovingly. He writes to his readers because he deeply cares for them. Paul’s passion for God, the gospel and sharing it, and others is clear to see from his writing, and this is the kind of passion I want as a writer. When people read my writing, this is the kind of passion I want them to see.

Paul is very wise as a writer. He has much knowledge and understanding, and this turns to wisdom when he combines it with his love for God. Paul’s wisdom is evident by his writings. I want to be wise like Paul so that I can pour that out into my writing to help others.

In Paul’s writings, especially Romans and Galatians, Paul can explain things (sometimes complicated things) clearly. He has a way with words and his writing craft to make things easy to understand. I would like this ability so that I can help others to more easily understand certain concepts and ideas that I write about.

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