Strong in Spirit sermon sermon video. Strong in Spirit – John grew and became strong in spirit. Mom, do people say you grew strong in spirit? Dad, do people say you grew strong in spirit? This will determine if your children grew strong in spirit. The difference to God in a great life and a life not great is if we GREW STRONG IN SPIRIT.


by Delbert Young

Strong in Spirit sermon sermon video

Sermon notes

Strong in Spirit sermon sermon video

Scriptures: Luke 1:57-66; Luke 1:14-15; Luke 7:28; Luke 1:41; Luke 1:67; Luke 1:15; Matthew 3:4; Luke 1:41-42; Acts 2:4; Acts 10:46-47; 1 Corinthians 12:10; 1 Corinthians 14:2; 1 Corinthians 14:18; Acts 4:8; Acts 4:13; Acts 4:31; Acts 9:17-18; Acts 13:9; Acts 13:52; Ephesians 5:18; Luke 1:76-77; Luke 3:7, 8; Luke 1:80

Today, we will study the important birth of John the Baptizer. I say “baptizer” to make certain we separate John from the Baptist religious organization. John was not a part of a denomination and did not begin either the Baptist or Southern Baptist.

Refresh: Zechariah was an elderly unknown country preacher/priest in a small community in the hill country of Judea married to his elderly Elizabeth. They had no children. One day the angel Gabriel appeared to Zechariah speaking some important and amazing things. Though Zechariah’s wife Elizabeth was barren and beyond child bearing years, she would conceive. They were to name the child John who would operate in the spirit and power of Elijah fulfilling the prophecy from Malachi 3:1; 4:5-6. John would be the messenger to come before the Messiah preparing the way.

Zechariah doubted Gabriel. God was not going to allow doubt to play a part in this. Gabriel struck Zechariah mute (it seems both speaking and hearing). Elizabeth did conceive and Zechariah remained muted… (continue sermon notes)

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