Introducing Panpsychist Paul!



Like I stated in the previous posts about temperament, no one can solely exhibit a single temperament, there must be a fusion of at least one other temperament.

Panpsychist Paul had a blend of all four temperament (Sanguine, Choleric, Melancholy, Phlegmatic)  but he possessed a predominant temperament which made him Outstanding.

Meet Choleric Paul;
      He was the peoples' man. Notice their eyes fixed on him?

It will interest you to know that Saul's (now Paul) conversion and change of name was altered but his temperament wasn't tampered with. The new Paul disciplined himself greatly and worked on the weaknesses that accompanied his temperament status. And as evidenced, he emerged a Victor.

As a Choleric;
* Paul was a Life Coach.
{Acts 20:19-21} "I didn't skimp or trim in any way. Every truth and encouragement that could have made a difference to you, you got. I taught you in the public and I taught you in your homes, urging Jews and Greeks alike to a radical life-change before God and equally trust in our Master Jesus."

* Paul was a Sacrificial Leader
{Acts 20:33-34} "I've never, as you know so well, had any taste for wealth or fashion. With these bare hands, I took care of my own basic needs and those who worked for me. In everything I've done, I have demonstrated to you how necessary it is to work on behalf of the weak and not exploit them."

* Paul was Fearless
His undaunted fearlessness can be traced to His Master's (God) assurance.
{Acts 18: 9-10} "One night, the Master spoke to Paul in a dream: 'Keep it up, and don't let anyone intimidate or silence you. No matter what happens, I'm with you and no one is going to be able to hurt you."
This explains why he (Paul) headed for Jerusalem amidst Agabus' warning of a vision of him being held captive in Jerusalem and tied in hands and in feet which he openly dramatized. Agabus was a Prophet from Judea who journeyed all the way to Caesarea to notify Paul about his vision which came to past. {Peep Acts 21:10}. *Paul was such a radical for Jesus mehn, jealous much*

*Paul had respect for Higher Authorities
During a stampede, the mob grabbed two of Paul's associates. Paul tried to avenge the cause but was stopped by the disciples even though he still tried to object. But when the prominent religious leaders in the city concurred by instructing him, saying, "By no means go near the mob!" He obliged.{Acts 19:31}

*Paul was a ''Peoples' Man''
Even though he was hated by his adversaries, they craved to hear him speak.
{Acts 22:2} "When they heard him speaking Hebrew, they grew even quieter. No one wanted to miss a word of this."

*Paul was a Linguist
He conversed in Hebrew. {Acts 21:40}
He longed to visit Rome. To that effect, he sent a letter across {See Romans 1:8-18 to view the content of his letter}. At the time when he longed to visit Rome, there was no Jew living in Rome. Could he also speak Latin?
He not only spoke the Greek language, he had a better understanding of the language. Reason why the New Testament was written in Greek, all thanks to Panpsychist Paul!

*Paul Listened and Identified with the Norms
His life was in great danger. He listened and identified with the norms of the Jews to reduce the risk of being apprehended by the "paralytic analysts" at the time.
{Acts 21:26} "So Paul did it- took the men, joined them in their vows, and paid their way."

*Paul had Zero Tolerance to bullies. He possessed great Improvisational Skills.
He knew his right as a Citizen even when they tried to humiliate him before the High Council. The Chief Priest Ananias ordered his aides to slap Paul in the face but Paul shot back. {Peep Acts 23:1-10 for the detailed account}

In summary, Paul was PASSIONATE towards his vocational call, he indulged DISCIPLINE to help him run the cumbersome race, He successfully FINISHED the race!

#Today's post was painstakingly crafted for you, trust you were enlightened!

Dear Choleric, Panpsychist Paul is one mentor to look up to while thriving to become better versions of yourself.

Have an Amazing day!


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Comments

  1. Round of Applause, I will share this to a Priest who loves Paul more than you. Prepare to be summoned by him!

    I am really stunned by this!

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