A Demon On The Sabbath sermon video (Luke 4:31-37) Jesus displayed power over a demon in the synagogue. The synagogue here is their version of church. It’s much more relevant to us today than we suspect. Jesus proved he could overpower the devil for himself in his personal temptations by the devil, but can Jesus overpower the devil for others – you and me, for your spouse, for your children, etc.? Have you ever thought you, your spouse, or child was “demon possessed?”


A Demon On The Sabbath sermon video (Luke 4:31-37)

by Pastor Delbert Young


Sermon notes

A Demon On The Sabbath sermon video Luke 4:31-37

Scriptures: 1 John 5:19; Colossians 1:13; Luke 4:31-34; 2 Corinthians 11:14; James 2:19; Colossians 1:27; Luke 4:35-37

The purpose of the Bible is not to provide us history, though it does. The purpose of the Bible is to prove Jesus of Nazareth was indeed Jesus Christ, the Messiah, the Son of God, and God himself. Until this point Luke’s been talking about the “Person” of Jesus Christ – his personal forerunner John the Baptizer, his announced coming by an angel, his being miraculously conceived, his dedication at the temple, his knowledge as a boy, his obedience to his parents, his baptism, the Holy Spirit coming upon him, acknowledgment of who he is by Father God, his lineage through David, his temptation, and his message. It’s been about his person. At this point, Luke begins talking about his “Power” – his power over demons, his power over sickness, his power over disease, his power over nature, his power over religious teachers, etc. Luke proved Jesus is the Messiah shown in his “Person.” Luke now proves Jesus is the Messiah shown by his “Power.” (continue sermon notes)

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