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Road to Damascus

  • Mark Bainbridge
  • Road To Damascus
[Acts 9:1-30] On the road to Damascus, there rides a man He points the finger, holds the cloaks, he’s got blood on his hands A single purpose fixed in his mind To compassion and reason he is blind Bent on the elimination of a name of that man Jesus Christ!   On the road to Damascus his destination lay Unknown to him it was also his fate and destiny For that man who was crucified He felt nothing but hate intensified That man was Saul by name – when lightning struck him down!   Saul, Saul, why do you persecute me? Saul, Saul, why do you hate me so? Saul, Saul, why do you persecute me? Saul, Saul, you’re the one I’ve chosen, Don’t you know, don’t you know   For three days, darkness was his constant fear No food or drink, his weakness was his own cross to bear In a dream, Ananias came He touched Saul’s eyes and filled his heart with the Spirit’s flame You are the instrument of God, to bring the gentiles home   In that temple in Damascus, he started to speak out Proclaiming Jesus was quite a change, for that they had their doubts But he spoke with conviction, with the Holy Spirit, with truth and dedication That man was Paul by name, and his words were thunderbolts!
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