As the Spirit moves through chapter one of the Gospel of Luke, it exhibits its power as a mechanism of destruction but also as an implement of God’s control—prompting one to submit, teaching another to bless, and causing the Lord’s prophet to rejoice, even from his mother’s womb.
The first to be filled with the Holy Spirit in the Gospel of Luke, John recognized Mary’s voice as she who trusted what had been spoken to her by the Lord. Now, her greeting is Good News in Elizabeth’s ears, heralding the arrival of the Lord’s words to the Jerusalemite church and the victory of Paul’s gospel.
You’d better believe the kid did a little victory dance.
Richard and Fr. Marc discuss Luke 1:44-45.
Episode 441; Luke 1:44-45
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