This is the last entry from the Acts of the Apostles. In this entry Paul was talking to King Agrippa in Judea of his life before his conversion. After Paul’s witnessing, he is released from custody. Ultimately Paul went to Rome where he lived for two years and according to tradition, was martyred.
Acts of the Apostles 26:4-10 My manner of living from my youth, a life spent from the beginning among my people and in Jerusalem, all [the] Jews know. They have known about me from the start, if they are willing to testify, that I have lived my life as a Pharisee, the strictest party of our religion. But now I am standing trial because of my hope in the promise made by God to our ancestors. Our twelve tribes hope to attain to that promise as they fervently worship God day and night; and on account of this hope I am accused by Jews, O king (Agrippa). Why is it thought unbelievable among you that God raises the dead? I myself once thought that I had to do many things against the Name of Jesus the Nazorean, and I did so in Jerusalem. I imprisoned many of the holy ones with the authorization I received from the chief priests, and when they were to be put to death I cast my vote against them (the holy ones).
Acts of the Apostles 22: 6-16 “On that journey as I drew near to Damascus, about noon a great Light from the sky suddenly shone around me. I fell to the ground and heard a Voice saying to me. ‘Saul, Saul, why are you persecuting Me?’ I replied, ‘Who are You, Sir?’ And He-said to me, ‘I am Jesus the Nazorean whom you are persecuting.’ My companions saw the Light but did not hear the Voice of the One Who spoke to me. I asked, ‘What shall I do, Sir?’ The LORD answered me, ‘Get up and go into Damascus, and there you will be told about everything appointed for you to do.’ Since I could see nothing because of the brightness of that Light, I was led by hand by my companions and entered Damascus. A certain Ananias, a devout observer of the law, and highly spoken of by all Jews who lived there, came to me and stood there and said, ‘Saul, my brother, regain your sight.’ And at that very moment I regained my sight and saw him. Then he said, ‘The God of our ancestors designated you to know His Will, to see the Righteous One, and to hear the sound of His Voice; for you will be His witness before all to what you have seen and heard. Now why delay? Get up and have yourself baptized and your sins washed away, calling upon His Name.’