What does it say?
- Read Acts 9:1–31
- Who is mentioned?
- What do we learn about each character mentioned?
- What places are mentioned?
- Where does the passage begin and where does it end?
- What are repeated words/phrases?
What does it mean?
- What happened to Saul in the passage?
- Who confronts Saul and why?
- How does Saul respond?
- Who helps Saul and how?
- How does Saul change?
- What is Saul commissioned to do and why?
- Why are the disciples fearful of Saul?
- How do the Jews and Hellenists respond to Saul and why?
- How does God use Saul in v. 31?
- What is the main point of the passage?
- How is this passage grounded in the gospel?
How should it change us?
- Are there people you think God would never save? How does Saul's story remind you of God's sovereignty in salvation?
- Pray for those people to be saved.
- How do you need to grow in your bold proclamation of the gospel despite opposition?
- How can sharing our testimonies encourage us to preach boldly (vv. 27–28)?
- What does it look like to walk "in the fear of the Lord and in the comfort of the Holy Spirit?"