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rsion was outward only, not inward.
III. ANANIAS'S VISIT TO PAUL.
I. ACTS ACCOUNT. II. PAUL'S ACCOUNT.
ix. 17—22. 1. As per Acts xxii. 12—16.
e in the way as thou camest, and said unto me, Brother Saul,
14. And he said, The God of 18. And immediately there our fathers hath chosen thee, I from his eyes as it had been that thou shouldest know his iles: and he received sight will, and see that Just One, and "thwith, and arose, and was shouldest hear the voice of his ptized.
mouth. 19. And when he had received 15. For thou shalt be his witeat, he was strengthened. Thenness unto all men of what thou is Saul certain days with the hast seen and heard. sciples which were at Damas- 16. And now why tarriest
thou? arise, and be baptized, 20. And straightway he and wash away thy sins, calling eached Christ in the syna- on the name of the Lord. gues, that he is the Son of od.
21. But all that heard him ere amazed, and said ; Is not is he that destroyed them hich called on this name in rusalem, and came hither for iat intent, that he might bring sem bound unto the chief riests?
22. But Saul increased the ore in strength, and confoundI the Jews which dwelt at DaLascus, proving that this is very Christ.