By Josie Bessell
Saul was someone who hated God, in fact, he arrested or killed any Christians who came across his path. So Saul decided to travel to Damascus to persecute more Christians.
He was on his way to Damascus when he saw a huge flash of light come down from Heaven. He fell down and was instantly blinded.
God asked Saul why he was persecuting him. He then told Saul to continue to Damascus and he will be told what to do there.
Saul did as God said, but as he was blind, he had to have someone lead him by the hand.
Saul made it to the city and went three days without food and water. God told a guy called Ananias in a dream to go see Saul. Ananias healed Saul so he could see again and sent him to be baptised.
Saul was sorry for all the things he had done, so he began doing the things Jesus wanted him to do.
After Saul's conversion he changed his name to Paul, and spent the rest of his life serving and following Jesus.
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