“And he said, ‘The God of our fathers hath chosen thee, that thou shouldest know His will, and see that Just One, and shouldest hear the voice of His mouth. For thou shalt be His witness unto all men of what thou hast seen and heard.'” Acts 22:14-15 (KJB)
“And he said…” that is Ananias, the one who ministered to Saul who became known as Paul the apostle after the Damascus road encounter with the resurrected Lord Jesus Christ, the Just One.
Those who have been redeemed through the death of Christ have also been freed from the power and penalty of sin, its shame, condemnation and guilt through His burial; and He is alive as evidence that all has been paid to the full.
We are witnesses as well. We too are expected to know His will, see His face, and hear the voice of His mouth.
The following are the words of F. B. Meyer in his closing comments of Acts 22:1-16…
“We are chosen of God for three things: to know His will; to see Him; and to hear His voice, Acts_22:14.”
Let us as we go be faithful to be the witness that honors and glorifies His holy name.