121-101 Luke Introduction

The Gospel of Luke

Introduction

The heart of the Bible is found in the four Gospels. The Gospels are the Good News of God and His revelation in Jesus Christ. All of the Old Testament has been preparatory for the coming of the Messiah and the New Testament declares and illuminates God’s revelation.

Each of the four Gospels teaches us and proclaims the same Good News given unto man. But each one presents the story in its own unique perspective. Each Gospel presents its own special appeal for the reader. Because of the uniqueness of each Gospel it is profitable for the hearer of the good news and brings its own special beauty in the portrayal of Jesus Christ. There are many who take a special preference to the Gospel of Luke. The author of this Gospel spent much energy in his research and was meticulous in presenting his Gospel as a complete and truthful account of the ministry of the Lord Jesus Christ. This Gospel emphasizes God’s love for all people of all walks of life and wanting to leave none behind.

 Luke Introduction

The Gospel of Luke

1.    Luke 1 2.    Luke 2
3.    Luke 3 4.    Luke 4
5.    Luke 5 6.    Luke 6
7.    Luke 7 8.    Luke 8
9.    Luke 9 10. Luke 10
11. Luke 11 12. Luke 12
13. Luke 13 14. Luke 14
15. Luke 15 16. Luke 16
17. Luke 17 18. Luke 18
19. Luke 19 20. Luke 20
21. Luke 21 22. Luke 22
23. Luke 23 24. Luke 24



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