Luke 7v18-23 - The visitors from John the Baptist

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The reports of Jesus' great works had spread. He was up in Galilee, but they had come down to Judea in the south too. One man in Judea was John the Baptist. We met him at the beginning of the book, when the angel Gabriel announced his birth. We met him when he began to preach. He had preached that the Messiah was coming very soon. He told people to repent and be ready. He told them the Messiah would bring terrible judgment. The Messiah would divide – the wheat from the chaff.

Passages:Luke 7:18-23
Date:February 19, 2012
Series & Preacher:The Gospel of Luke, David Anderson (Brotherhood Baptist Church, Eldoret, Sunday Evangelistic Meeting)
Tags:john the baptist, kingdom of god, luke, signs, way of the cross
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