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Dec 14, 1980 ... Only two verses (76 and 77) refer to John the Baptist specifically: He will go
before the Lord to prepare his ways by calling the .... And that brings us back now
to Luke 1:69. .... But what is the blessing, and how does it come?
Your wife Elizabeth will bear you a son, and you are to call him John. .... believed;
Luke 1:35 Or So the child to be born will be called holy,; Luke 1:69 Horn here ...
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Jun 22, 2004 ... It is only in Luke's Gospel that the births of John and Jesus are recorded. .... Note
that God does not announce the coming of the King, or of His ...
Sep 17, 2013 ... “He raised up a horn of salvation for us” (1:69). The horn is ... God also raised up
John the Baptist, the forerunner of Christ, in accordance with prophecies made
hundreds of years before. .... How does Romans 9:16 refute this?
Christ was to be of king David's Family (Matthew 22:44; Mark 12:36; Luke 1:69,70
; 20:42-44; John 7:42; 2<sup>nd</sup> Samuel 7:12-16; Psalm 89:3-4; 110:1; 132:11; ...
Exposition. Mary may have been present for the birth of John the Baptist before
returning to her home in Bethlehem -- we don't know for sure. .... But it does
matter that you are faithful to God who called you to this ministry of .... (1:69, 71,