Saul’s pe-cu-li-ar misfortune was to fall off of his horse
when a light from heaven shone which no one else could see (of course).
He was blinded so they led him into town and lodged him where
after three days one disciple went to take him out of there.
A-na-ni-as heard a call to go do something dan-ger-ous,
but when re-as-sured he went o-be-dient-ly without a fuss.
Hands were laid and sight restored. Saul was baptized, re-ar-ranged.
Food and drink renewed his strength, and then he started to proclaim.
Image: Conversão de São Paulo (c. 1562-95)
Source: Acts 9:1-20
Text: David Alexander, 2022, CC BY-SA NC 4.0
Tune: Llansannan, Public Domain
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