Roses are red and can even be yellow,
I’m going to tell you about a most faithful fellow.
He used to be mean and terrorize the Christian folk,
But one day he would realize treating them unkind was no joke.
For the Savior of Men did appear to him this day,
He blinded his eyes, and then said what He had to say.
The man trembled and fell to the earth,
The King spoke words that would trigger in this man a new birth.
He asked the blind man, “Why dost though persecute me?”
Our terrified friend replied humbly while down to his knee.
He asked our Lord, “What wilt though have me do?”
The Glorious King directed him to arise and follow his crew.
He traveled three days while being totally blind,
Food wasn’t even important; he had bigger things on his mind.
After the long journey he met a man who would restore his sight,
As Ananias prayed, the Holy Spirit entered our friend with great might.
Hallelujah! The Holy Spirit did His perfect work and the man was restored,
This was a new beginning for our brother who spent the rest of his life serving the Lord.
Can you guess who the man is being talked about in the poem? (Acts 9)
The man was Saul, who later changed his named to Paul. (Acts 13:9)
Paul wrote more books of the Holy Bible than anyone else. (He wrote at least 13 books.)
Paul was bitten by a venomous snake and it couldn’t harm him. (Acts 28:3-5)