Sometimes They Do (Acts 9:1-20)
Too often I settle for a cheap, painless version of Christianity. As long as my faith doesn’t cost me anything, I’m cool with sticking it out. But as soon as I’m called to stand up and begin to love the people I’ve always been so sure God doesn’t approve of, it’s easier to fade away.
Our lives, our words mean something . . . and not just for one light-filled moment on the Damascus road. How can we remain the same after the lives we thought we lost have been given back to us?