“Arise and go to the street called Straight, and inquire at the house of Judas for one called Saul of Tarsus, for behold, he is praying. Acts 9:11.


Through this verse, God conveys to us the message that He is powerful to redeem even our persecutors. This is an incident quoted in the Bible to let us know that our God loves and cares for everyone, including the persecutors. Once God has touched them, they transform to become ministers of God by devoting themselves to prayer and receiving visions from the Lord. When we are reminded of our persecutors, let us utter these verses and pray for them. We are seen as the Ananias’ of end times to prepare many Sauls’ for the end-time mission.


Are we ready to hear God’s voice? Are we willing to obey?


Let us pray for the Church to be prepared like Ananias to prepare many persecutors like Saul when they meet Christ.

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