Text: Acts 22:1-30.
In the previous chapter Paul is arrested, and in this chapter Paul gives his testimony to the Jews about his conversion and call (vv. 3-4, 6-7, 21-22). He knew that the Jews would be angry, but he spoke the truth any way. As it was in yesterday’s reading, so there is a similar principle today. Will you speak the truth about the message of Christ, even though the consequences may be difficult? There are so many persons around us each day who will not enter eternal life, because they do not have someone to save them from their sins.

There is only one Saviour in the world, Jesus Christ, and only Christians have the saving message about Him. As Paul says in Romans 10:13-17, “… faith comes from hearing, and hearing through the word of Christ” (NKJV). We must not be afraid, nor embarrassed, nor too busy, etc. At least be ready to give a tract. If we keep silent, some people may not be saved from eternity in hell.

Meditate on verse 21. How are you going to apply it to your life?
Father, in the name of Jesus Christ, I pray that You clarify my calling. Amen.

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