Yesterday we finished with permission given to Paul to speak to the crowd of Jews who wanted him dead. This might seem like a very intimidating situation, especially since they were calling for his death. Remember what Paul said to the brethren in Caesarea? “I am ready not only to be imprisoned but even to die in Jerusalem for the name of the Lord Jesus” (Acts 21:13). Nothing had changed in Paul’s heart.
Now that Paul had permission, what would he say? So many have come to me asking how to present the gospel to the unbeliever. As Paul did, I remind them that they are a walking example of the power of the gospel. He recounted his history from being a persecutor of The Way to proclaiming the good news of Jesus to Jew and Gentile (22:1-21).
My dear friend, take a moment and recount in detail to yourself what God has done in your life. That is your greatest witness. If you cannot do this, then you may not know Jesus as you think you do. This moment is urgent – draw near to Him. I can tell you from personal experience that the longer I walk with the Lord the more precious becomes my story of what He has done for me. He is still preparing me to do everything God has planned for my life FOR THE SAKE OF HIS NAME!
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