Cities in Acts (2)

Damascus was a city about 150 miles from Jerusalem. Some people from Damascus became Christians.
Saul, who was later called Paul, was a Jew. He did not believe that Jesus was God’s Son. Saul went to Damascus to arrest Christians and bring them back to Jerusalem. Our Bible Reading tells us that while Saul was traveling to Damascus, a bright light shone on him, and God spoke to him. “Saul got up from the ground and opened his eyes, but he could not see” (verse 8a).
In Damascus there was a Christian named Ananias. Ananias went to see Saul. “Immediately, something that looked like fish scales fell off Saul’s eyes. He was able to see! Then he got up and was baptized” (verse 18). Saul became a new man. He left his old life of sin and started living for Jesus. Later Saul traveled to many places to tell others about Jesus.
Who will you tell about Jesus today?