Luke’s gospel is the longest book in the New Testament. When you consider it along with the other book that he wrote, namely the Acts of the Apostles, Luke is responsible for over a quarter of New Testament material.
Luke was one of Paul’s most significant companions and several things about him help us understand why God laid his hand upon this man. He was a Gentile, the only Gentile writer in the whole of the New Testament. He was also a doctor and an educated man. He was an historian. In fact, he was more of a historian than Matthew or Mark or even John, each of whom sets the life of Jesus firmly within the realm of Palestine. Luke intersects Biblical truth with the historical development of the Roman Empire.
There is much to learn by studying the gospel of this man of wide views and broad sympathies, most importantly his emphasis on the universality of the good news of our Lord Jesus Christ.
|The Parable of the Sower||Luke 8:1||2120||Free|
|Listening, Belonging, Trusting||Luke 8:16||2121||Free|
|From Fear to Faith||John 20:1 Luke 8:22||2123||Free|
|The Transfmg Power of Christ, Part 1||Luke 8:26||2124||Free|
|The Transfrmg Power of Christ, Part 2||Luke 8:26||2125||Free|
|Who Do You Say I Am?||Luke 9:1 Mark 8:29||2126||Free|
|What is Discipleship||Luke 9:1||2127||Free|
|The Disciple's Discipline||Luke 9:37||2131||Free|
|Following Jesus||Luke 9:57||2132||Free|
|Like Lambs Among Wolves, Part 1||Luke 10:1||2135||Free|
|Like Lambs Among Wolves, Part 2||Luke 10:4||2136||Free|
|The Good Samaritan, Part 1||Luke 10:25||2137||Free|
|The Good Samaritan, Part 2||Luke 10:25||2138||Free|
|Solid Joys & Lasting Treasure, Part 1||Luke 10:17||2139||Free|
|Solid Joys & Lasting Treasure, Part Two||Luke 10:21||2140||Free|
|First Things First||Luke 10:38||2141||Free|