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  • Luke Series

    Contributed by Roshelle Brenneise on Oct 18, 2021

    The Role of Women

    October 16, 2021 And now…. Luke. As with the other Gospels, Luke does not identify himself as the author of the book that bears his name. Biblical evidence, however, points us to Luke, the Physician, as the author {see Acts 1:1 and Colossians 4:14}. Luke: • Was written in Greek • Was written more

  • Luke’s Introduction To The Gospels Series

    Contributed by John Lowe on Jun 2, 2017

    We must be confident that all those things that are spoken of in the Bible are true. That is the starting point for any study of scripture. If any part of it can be shown to be false, then all of the Word of God is suspect. The truth is very import....

  • Overview Of Luke Series

    Contributed by Jeremy Mcquoid on May 27, 2019

    Luke's Gospel is 1) Reliable, 2) Universal, 3) Spiritual, 4) Radical

    • On 2 or 3 occasions, Liz and I have taken our boys to an art museum. And we always hit the same problem. I am trying to take my time looking at the exhibits, and reading the background details of every painting. But the kids are running ahead looking for something to entertain them. During more

  • Doc Luke! Series

    Contributed by Bala Samson on Mar 26, 2013

    Friend, a person with a real experience with God and who has a revelation of God brings it out in his preaching, teaching and in whatever he does, even a drawing sketch can reveal the beauty of the Lord.

    Luke 1:3” ….it seemed good to me also, having had perfect understanding of all things from the very first, to write to you an orderly account….” Doctor Luke, the writer of the Gospel of Luke in New Testament is certainly blessed with an anointing to pen; the twenty more

  • Looking At Luke

    Contributed by David Dewitt on Oct 31, 2001
    based on 15 ratings

    This is an inductive Bible survey of the gospel of Luke that examines major themes and topics with a study of major divisions.

    Luke Book Survey I. Divide and Title A. Sectional Divisions 1:1-4 Preface 1:5 - 2:52 Birth Narrative 3:1 - 4:13 Preparation of Jesus 4:14 - 9:50 The Ministry in Galilee 9:51 - 19:27 The trip to Jerusalem 19:28 - 21:38 The Ministry in Jerusalem 22:1 - 23:56 The Death Narrative 24:1 - more

  • Songs In Luke

    Contributed by Neil Richardson on Mar 12, 2008

    Mary’s Magnificat, Zecharias’ Benedictus and Simeon’s Nunc Dimittis help us answer our Lord’s question: who do you say that I am?

    Introduction • 3 different people • All received news • All made a response 1. Mary’s Magnificat (Luke 1:39-56) News: That she would conceive and bring forth the Son of God (confirmed by her cousin Elizabeth conceiving John the Baptist, the forerunner to the Messiah) Response: A song of more

  • Dr. Luke

    Contributed by Timothy Finch on Mar 7, 2006
    based on 1 rating

    This is an outline designed to take the audience through the Christmas story through the third-person eyes of Luke.

    Dr. Luke I. An absolute account (Luke 1:1-4). 1 Many have undertaken to draw up an account of the things that have been fulfilled among us, 2 just as they were handed down to us by those who from the first were eyewitnesses and servants of the word. 3 Therefore, since I myself have more

  • Why Is There An Extra Cup In Luke’s Last Supper? Series

    Contributed by Jim Butcher on Feb 24, 2020

    A look at an initially confusing part of Luke's Last Supper passage and the significance of what the "extra cup" means.

    WHAT'S GOING ON WITH VERSE 17? Why is there an extra cup in Luke’s version of the Lord’s Supper? - Luke 22:17. - Verse 17 speaks of Jesus taking the cup. But then v. 19 has Him taking the bread and then v. 20 has Him taking the cup. What’s going on? Is there supposed to be two cups? Why more

  • The Person Of St Luke

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Oct 17, 2015

    What can we glean from Luke the Evangelist and what can we apply in our lives. Luke was a Consummate Historian. He was also an evangelist to the Gentiles and his tow books reflect that. He was a Physician and a gentle and patient man

    St Luke’s Day Bishop Albino Luciani, who later became Pope John Paul I, used to write fictional letters to people with whom he could never have come into contact as a way of instructing his flock. He wrote letters - among others to Mark Twain, St. Joan of Arc and St. Luke. (They have more

  • Christmas According To Luke Series

    Contributed by Brian Bill on Dec 20, 2014
    based on 1 rating

    In a logical and well-researched manuscript, Luke helps the skeptical and scientific know that the account of Jesus is fully trustworthy. We can learn from the shepherds as we develop awe, accept the message, and act on it.

    Christmas According to Luke Luke 2:8-20 Rev. Brian Bill December 20-21, 2014 Bridge from “Still He Came” We wander and we’re accustomed to darkness, blinded by our own sins as we turn our backs on you. And yet, Jesus you still came…for us. And so here’s a more

  • Introduction To The Parable Of Luke 15 Series

    Contributed by Freddy Fritz on Feb 19, 2015
    based on 1 rating

    An examination of the introduction to the parable of Luke 15.

    Scripture Jesus’ entire ministry was only about three years long. He preached that the kingdom of God has come near, and he called upon people to enter the kingdom of God through faith and repentance (Luke 10:9; 12:31; 18:17). Jesus was now on his way to Jerusalem and only had a few more

  • Calvary From The Eyes Of Luke

    Contributed by Ken Mckinley on Mar 18, 2016
    based on 4 ratings

    In this sermon we look at what Jesus accomplished on the cross from the Gospel of Luke

    Calvary from the eyes of Luke Text: Luke 23:44 – 49 So we’ve been looking at some of things that have been taking place during the last week of Jesus’ life while He was here on earth. We started out by looking at how Jesus made intercession for Peter, so that he would repent more

  • The Passion (According To Luke)

    Contributed by I. Grant Spong on Apr 10, 2019

    How can humanity ever escape the stupidity with which we have ruled this planet? Why doesn’t God just toss us all away and start over? A merciful God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit made a plan to save us from ourselves. Let’s look at that plan’s darkest hours in Luke 22:14-23:56.

    How can humanity ever escape the stupidity with which we have ruled this planet? Why doesn’t God just toss us all away and start over? A merciful God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit made a plan to save us from ourselves. Let’s look at that plan’s darkest hours in Luke 22:14-23:56. Luke 22:14-18 “I more

  • The Passion According To Luke.

    Contributed by Christopher Holdsworth on Feb 23, 2022
    based on 2 ratings

    Christ our Passover Lamb.

    THE PASSION ACCORDING TO LUKE. Luke 22:14-71; Luke 23:1-56. The feast of Passover drew nigh, and already there was a plot afoot to destroy Jesus. Satan entered into Judas Iscariot, and the religious leaders promised him money if he would betray Jesus to them. Judas thereafter sought more

  • Advent Gospels: Luke Series

    Contributed by Scott Nichols on Feb 27, 2011
    based on 1 rating

    This message looks at what it means to "carry Christ into Christmas" by looking at the oft-neglected story of Mary’s visit to Elizabeth in Luke’s Gospel.

    “Isn’t there anyone who knows what Christmas is all about?” So cries an exasperated Charlie Brown in the classic A Charlie Brown Christmas. Amid the commercialism, the materialism and the general confusion of the holiday, Charlie Brown seeks merely to understand. Understanding has been our goal more