I’m not crazy, I’m just saved


I’m not crazy, I’m just saved

Acts 26:24-25

24 And as he thus spake for himself, Festus said with a loud voice, Paul, thou art beside thyself; much learning doth make thee mad.25 But he said, I am not mad, most noble Festus; but speak forth the words of truth and soberness.

Paul’s claims seemed crazy

He claimed to have seen a light

At mid-day, and it was brighter than the sun

He claimed to have meet the Lord

The One he had claimed to have met was the same One that was crucified

He claimed to have abandoned his old life

Every Saved Person has seen this same light

It may not have blinded you, but the light is in us

Every Saved Person has met the Risen Lord

Every Saved Person has abandoned their old life

We’re not crazy, we’re just saved!

Paul’s conversion seemed crazy

He was a religious man

He was a zealous man

He was wrong at that time, but he was 100% committed to changing other’s lives

He was a man of considerable wealth

He was a man of power

Paul’s calling seemed crazy

The change in Paul’s life was so real, that he could not help but to tell other’s about Jesus

It didn’t matter where he was

It didn’t matter who he was with

Everywhere he went, people doubted him

When you fell compelled to tell someone about a crucified risen, returning, reigning Lord named Jesus;

it does not mean you’re crazy, it just proves that you’re saved!

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