Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes! That's basically Paul's motto. He thinks that now that Jesus has come to Earth and died to do away with sin, stuff down here has got to be different. That means Christians need to totally transform their lives. They're new people who've been given a new chance at a relationship with God, so they'd better act like it. Yup, Paul's a pretty big fan of change.
Questions About Transformation
Why does Paul think that having a relationship with Jesus should change a person?
Check out Paul's backstory in Acts. How has he changed because of his faith?
God changes what death means. He changes his relationship with the Gentiles. Why is God so into transformation?
Does God ever change? Or does he just ask people to change?