On the Road to Damascus
Published on the Ancient Paths Facebook page on November 2, 2019.
Saul mounted the horse with his band of men Strong-minded in his mission of conquest Going forth from gates of Jerusalem Chastiser of the Cult, he'd be the best. Just who did all these upstarts think they were? He'd account each renegade to justice, To no impure one would he surrender So he rode with his hand clenched in a fist; Suddenly, a glorious light streaming Through the majestic portals of Heaven Blinded Saul, who knew he was not dreaming Heard Jesus who once ate bread unleaven: "Saul, Oh Saul, why doest thou persecute ME? I AM God of thy fathers' and of thee."