This verse gives us the reason why Paul wanted to go back to Jerusalem to speak with “those recognized as leaders” (verse 2).
Paul received a revelation from the Holy Spirit, but he went to seek confirmation to make sure it was from the Holy Spirit…
Some Christians think that demons are not the same as fallen angels but are different from each other—distinct creatures.
After Paul spent considerable time in places like Arabia, Damascus, and other Gentile nations preaching and planting churches, he returned to Jerusalem to speak to the brothers about a revelation he had.
Later on, Paul found out that the saints in Judea, when they heard about Paul’s conversion to Christ, glorified God and rejoiced in what God was doing.
Fear weakens one’s faith, but when we trust in the Lord, He will strengthen our faith to continue to walk in faithfulness.
23 They only heard the account: “The man who formerly persecuted us is now preaching the faith he once tried to destroy.” -Galatians 1:23 BSB The saints in Jerusalem heard…