Beelzebub Slander sermon video. Beelzebub Slander – Do people slander people? Do slanderous rumors circulate like wild fire? Are poisonous, character damaging thoughts planted by rumors and slander? Have you ever listened to a slanderous rumor? What affect did it have on you toward the person being slandered? Were you now poisoned? Sadly, there’s something about human nature that finds a sick delight in rumors unless the slanderous rumors are about them. I have learned to hate rumors and slander even if about my worst enemy. They are venomous to my mind and I already have enough poison in there.

THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO LUKE CHAPTER 11

Beelzebub Slander sermon video Luke 11:14-23

By Delbert Young

Beelzebub Slander sermon video

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Beelzebub Slander sermon video Luke 11:14-23

Scriptures: Luke 11:14-16; Luke 11:17-18; Luke 11:19-20; Exodus 8:6-7; Exodus 8:17-19; Luke 11:20

 

 

Let’s begin today with a few questions: Do people slander people? Do slanderous rumors circulate like wild fire? Are poisonous, character damaging thoughts planted by rumors and slander? Have you ever listened to a slanderous rumor? What affect did it have on you toward the person being slandered? Were you now poisoned? Sadly, there’s something about human nature that finds a sick delight in rumors unless the slanderous rumors are about them. I have learned to hate rumors and slander even if about my worst enemy. They are venomous to my mind and I already have enough poison in there.

Today we’ll talk about a slanderous rumor about Jesus planted by religious people. Imagine that! Rumors follow us and seem to never go away. Religious leaders began the slander in Galilee years earlier (Mat 12:22) and it followed Jesus to Judea. It erupted in the passage we study today… (continue sermon notes)

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Josephus, Antiquities of the Jews 8. 2. 5. Marshall, p. 747 also cites Strack and Billerback IV:1, 527-535.