There is no doubt that Paul's Christian life came into full being when he had a revelation of Christ livingin him, Galatians 1:16–17. Prior to this --some three years before --he was miraculously saved on the road to Damascus, Acts 9: 1–8. When he was saved, God birthed His Son, Christ, in him, as that is the only kind of salvation God has after the Cross, Galatians 2:20. This revelation that Paul received, that Christ lives in all re-birthed children of God was and is destined to bring a new understanding to humanity, Ephesians 3:2–5. 1) The entire purpose of the Father birthing Christ in humans is that Christ is the only life that ever pleased God. Today's religion preaches that believers can please God by the good things that they do. But beginning with Paul, God fixed His plan so that no one, however good he became, could ever please God within himself by anything that he did. Christ living in the believer eclipsed all of the good works that any human could ever do. Yet in today's religion, believers are still being taught they can do something themselves to be better believers when Christ already in the believer is the only one Who can please God. 2) When Paul received this astounding revelation, what was he to do with it? Today's religion preachers and believers offer an answer to this question. First, 90% of Christians ignore that Paul ever had a revelation. Second, preachers deal with the revelation as if it were a thing, a religious thing, that can be handled by believers obeying their religious dogma's. Some say the revelation is constituted by their form of water baptism. Some say that with a believer speaks in other tongues that constitutes a revelation. Some say the revelation of Christ in humans is brought about by priests in the ropes, choir singing, lighting candles and all such human efforts. It is these things that bear the name of a religion without Christ being all in all to the believer. Paul says that every believer should have a revelation from the Holy Spirit, First Corinthians 2:7–12, and Paul prayed for every believer to receive this revelation, Ephesians 1:17. 3) It must be stated that the use of combining together types and shadows from the old testament along with using any kind of religious ritual as a substitute for Paul's revelation, is to never know the Christ Who lives in humans. Paul never does use any of the teachings of Judaism or even Jesus of Nazareth to explain Christ living in believers. It is a new and thrilling work of God. It is the primary work of God for the born-again believer, Ephesians 1:4. 4) In today's curriculum of religious teaching, the theme of the revelation of Jesus Christ in humans has lost it's impetus: The modern theme of how to be a Christian and how to do what a Christian should do is the total message. All of this, even with it's biblical and spiritual emphasis, fails to tell believers they already have Christ , that He is the only life God excepts. All good works and sincere endeavors must follow the fact that Christ in His fullness already causes the believer to stand perfect before God and no works or endeavors on the part of the believer has any value to God. Works must be done out of love, and never can self works make a better Christian.