Lesson – How Did Your Life Change?

As I was on the road, approaching Damascus about noon, a very bright light from heaven suddenly shone down around me.  I fell to the ground and heard a voice saying to me, ‘Saul, Saul, why are you persecuting me?  Who are you, Lord? I asked.  And the voice replied, I am Jesus the Nazareth, the one you are persecuting. The people with me saw the light but didn’t understand the voice speaking to me.  I asked, What should I do, Lord?  And the Lord told me, Get up and go into Damascus, and there you will be told everything you are to do.  I was blinded by the intense light and had to be led by the hand to Damascus by my companions.  A man named Ananias lived there.  He was a godly man, deeply devoted to the law, and well regarded by all the Jews of Damascus. He came and stood beside me and said, Brother Saul, regain your sight. And that very moment I could see him. Acts 22:6-13  Do you want to accept Christ into your life?  If so, please repeat the following and please follow up with baptism as soon as possible.   

Meeting Jesus:  Where were you when you accepted Christ into your life? I was in my friend’s car.  Why were you there? I was returning from church with a friend who invited me to go with her, upon returning from church venting about spouse at the time and my life being married to him and my life before marrying him.  I broke down in tears, which was very hard to show my emotions at this time.  What did you see, hear or experience?  I was weeping and felt like I had chills running through my body.  What did you do or say as a response?  Yes, I accept him into my life.

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