This stand-alone message is based on Saul’s trip to Damascus in Acts 9… when his life was transformed and he became the Apostle Paul. Your students will learn how God wants to get their attention and change their direction.
Key Text: Acts 9:1-18
Bottom Line: There’s a connection between your attention and your direction.
• Full-text sermon (1,586 words)
• Screen-based trivia game: Four Corners of the USA
• Small Group Discussion Questions
• Nicely done, ready-to-use teaching slides
“Saul is on a road trip to Damascus. He’s getting close. He wants to defend God’s name against the new movement that was saying that Jesus was truly sent from God and God raised Him from the dead.
Saul thought they were wrong on both counts: He thought that Jesus wasn’t sent from God and that God hadn’t raised Him the dead. And then the same Jesus he thought was dead – the one who had been crucified for the crime of blasphemy against God – appeared to him and addressed him by name! ‘Saul! Saul!’
It made Saul pay attention. It made him start to rethink everything he thought was true about Jesus. Maybe he’d gotten it wrong.
Maybe Jesus really was who He said He was.”
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