Sometimes people believe there is no way that a perfect God can love someone imperfect. Questions like “Are my sins too great for God to forgive? Can God love a sinner like me? How can someone like me be of use to a perfect God?” are often asked by people who fear their sins are bigger than God’s forgiveness. In the book of Acts we read of a man who believed he was the “chief of sinners” but who God used to teach multitudes of people about His love. Join Neal Pollard and Hiram Kemp as they study how God changed Saul.