Proclamation! | Jesus IS God’s Son!


The Lord: 15 Yes, but you must go! I have chosen him to be My instrument to bring My name far and wide—to outsiders, to kings, and to the people of Israel as well. 

16 I have much to show him, including how much he must suffer for My name.

17 So Ananias went and entered the house where Saul was staying. He laid his hands on Saul and called to him.

Ananias: Brother Saul, the Lord Jesus, who appeared to you on your way here, sent me so you can regain your sight and be filled with the Holy Spirit.

18 At that instant, something like scales fell from Saul’s eyes, and he could see. So he got up, received the ceremonial washing of baptism identifying him as a disciple,

19 ate some food (remember, he had not eaten for three days), and regained his strength. He spent a lot of time with the disciples in Damascus over the next several days.

20 Then he went into the very synagogues he had intended to purge, proclaiming,

Saul:Jesus is God’s Son!

21 Obviously this amazed everybody, and the buzz spread (Acts 9:15-21, TVB).

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4 thoughts on “Proclamation! | Jesus IS God’s Son!

  1. Though not exactly related to this post, I have been noticing that WordPress recently has been automatically removing me from your follow list. At times other’s get unfollowed from my blog. Just wanted you to be aware of this, if you seem to find your subscriber’s list having the same people joining back repeatedly.

    Christ be with you!

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    1. Thank you so much for helping me to be aware of what is happening. Facebook seems to be doing the same thing, for I have noticed my news feeds are getting less and less also. I will keep a watch on this and perhaps its time to reconsider a viable option to WordPress. WordPress is not free of ads unless one wants to pay for their services, thank you once again for your helpful insight. God bless you too 🙂


  2. You’re welcome. Indeed the feeds are not showing up that well. One has to checked on the email version of the post to make sure one doesn’t miss out on the daily update. seems a good alternative to WordPress, though I have to explore it too. 🙂


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