Summary about Acts 9:1-22
Saul obtained letters from the high priest, authorizing him to arrest any followers of Jesus in the city of Damascus. On the Road to Damascus, Saul and his companions were struck down by a blinding light, brighter than the noonday sun. Saul heard a voice. When Saul asked who was speaking to him, the voice said Jesus. The men with Saul heard the voice but did not see who was talking. Saul was blinded. For three days Saul was blind and did not eat or drink anything. Meanwhile, Jesus appeared in a vision to a disciple in Damascus named Ananias and told him to go to Saul. He was afraid but he did go and cured Saul. when he placed his hand on Saul scales came off of Saul’s eyes. He then was baptized in the Christian faith.
Saul went to the high priests and asked for a letter to allow him to persecute the Christians without bringing them to them.
Yes, you can here.
On the way to Damascus, a great light flashed from the sky.
Why are you persecuting me?
I am the son of God, Jesus, whom you persecute.
Who are you, Lord?!
When Saul opened his eyes he was blind. The men he was traveling with Saul helped him to Damascus.
I can't see?!
Let me help.
The Lord has sent me to heal you.
Thank you, I can see.
Saul had been blind for three days. The Lord had told Ananias in a vision to come cure Saul.
I baptize you in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit.
Saul was baptized in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. He went about teaching the Good News and changed his name to Paul.