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  1. Story of the conversion of Lydia (Acts 16: 11-40)

Memory verse: “…The Lord opened her eyes to respond to Paul’s message”. Acts 16:14

Paul and his companion travelled to Philippi, a Roman colony and the leading city of the district of Macedonia. On the Sabbath day, they went outside the city gate to the riverside, where we expected to find a place of prayer.  They sat down and began to speak to the women who had gathered there. One of these listening was a woman from the city of Thyatira named Lydia, a dealer in purple cloth. She was a worshipper of God. The lord opened her heart to listen and obey all that Paul preached. Then she and her household were baptized and she invited them to her house.


Significance of the conversion of Lydia

  1. She had her household were saved and baptized
  2. Paul and his companions were sheltered in her house


                    MORAL LESSON

  1. It is good to share the word of God with people everywhere we find ourselves
  2. It is good to be hospitable like Lydia.
  3. It is good to listen and obey God’s word.



  1. Why did Paul and his companion go outside the city gate?

Answer: They went there expecting to find a place of prayer

  1. Where is Lydia from?

Answer: Lydia is from a city called Thyatira

  1. What does she sell?

Answer: She is a dealer of purple cloth

  1. Why did the lord open her heart?

Answer: The Lord opened her heart so that she can listen and obey all that Paul preached.

  1. Mention one significance of the conversion of Lydia

Answer: She and her household were saved and baptized.



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