Luke 1:20

Overview - Luke 1
The preface of Luke to his whole gospel.
The conception of John the Baptist;
26 and of Christ.
39 The prophecy of Elisabeth and of Mary, concerning Christ.
57 The nativity and circumcision of John.
67 The prophecy of Zacharias, both of Christ,
76 and of John.
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Luke 1:20  (King James Version)
And, behold, thou shalt be dumb, and not able to speak, until the day that these things shall be performed, because thou believest not my words, which shall be fulfilled in their season.

thou shalt
Luke 1:22 Luke 1:62 Luke 1:63 ; Exodus 4:11 ; Ezekiel 3:26 ; 24:27

[Siopao ,] silent; for in this case, though there was no natural imperfection or debility of the organs of speech, as in dumbness, yet, thou shalt not be able to speak. This was at once a proof of the severity and mercy of God: of severity, in condemning him to nine months' silence for his unbelief; of mercy, in rendering his punishment temporary, and the means of making others rejoice in the events predicted.

45 ; Genesis 18:10-15 ; Numbers 20:12 ; 2 Kings 7:2 2 Kings 7:19 ; Isaiah 7:9 ; Mark 9:19 ; 16:14
Revelation 3:19

Romans 3:3 ; 2 Timothy 2:13 ; Titus 1:2 ; Hebrews 6:18