Parable of the fig tree and Jesus heals a woman on the Sabbath. The hypocrisy of religiosity is exposed.
God uses our circumstances to serve the purpose of the Gospel and we get to see those fruits through surrender.
Jesus teaches us about the true cost of discipleship and to be ready for His coming.
Parable of the faithful servant and the evil servant. Jesus said He will come back, and He will.
We are reminded that this life is temporary and our focus should be on the kingdom.
Jesus warns us to avoid hypocrisy and to live unashamed of the gospel.
Jesus speaks woes to the Pharisees and warns of priding ourselves on outward righteousness.
God has no competition, He is all powerful, and the devil is already defeated.
Jesus teaches the importance of prayer and the empowering of the Holy Spirit.
We learn about Mary and Martha, their service, and that we are to pray.
We learn of the necessity and exclusivity of Jesus, He is the only way to the Father.
Jesus sends out the 70 and tells them to Trust God to provide. We are to pray for laborers.
Jesus explains the true cost of discipleship and facing rejection for His name sake.
Jesus rebukes a demon the disciples couldn't cast out. They don't listen when Jesus shares.
Mount of Transfiguration. The Father speaks from Heaven, telling us Who Jesus is & to Listen to Him.
Jesus feeds the multitudes with 3 fish and 5 loaves with left overs. Peter confesses Jesus as the Christ.
Jesus sends out the twelve to proclaim the Gospel. Herod's conscience bothers him.
Jesus heals people who came to Him faithfully. We learn of growing our faith with actions.
Jesus declares the importance of God's family. We also learn how to grow in faith and not fear.
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Jesus teaches how we are all sinners and in need of forgiveness, which only He can provide.
Jesus reassures John the Baptist of who He really is by fulfilling scripture.
We recount the healings of Jesus and that He has authority over Heaven and Earth.
Jesus teaches us how to relate to others by showing the parable of good fruit and strong foundation.
Jesus encourages to love our enemies. To do good and not evil. To be merciful as God is Merciful.
Beatitudes in Luke. We learn what is the blessedness that we have as believers.
We look into who the 12 apostles were and what we can learn from them.
Luke 6:6-16Jesus heals on the Sabbath and the religious
leaders are filled with rage. Jesus choses His 12 apostles.
Jesus teaches that old and new don't mix, like the covenants. He is Lord of the Sabbath.
Levi (Matthew) is called to follow Jesus. Jesus tells the religious people that He came for sinners.
Jesus heals a leper and a paralytic man. Showing He is God and has the power to forgive sin.
Jesus preaches and calls Simon Peter, John and James to be His Disciples and be fishers of men.
Luke 4:31-44Jesus casts out demons, heals Peter's mother in
law. He came to preach the Kingdom of God.
Jesus shares a prophetic passage and shares it is fulfilled their hearing. 4 Points in Jesus given.
Jesus is tempted 3 times by the devil. The Devil quotes scripture but twists it always. Jesus does not sin.
We hear the lineage of Jesus. After being filled by the Holy Spirit Jesus is led into the desert and tempted.
John the Baptist starts his ministry, he is the forerunner preparing the way to Jesus. We are to pray always.
Simeon sees the Lord, Praises and Prophecies about Him. Anna also sees Jesus. Jesus grows in wisdom.
Luke is a reliable source. Joseph and Mary go to Bethlehem for the census. Jesus is born.
Mary sings a song of praise to God. John is born and Zechariah is set free from being mute, Praises God.
Gabriel comes to Mary to announce the birth of Christ through her. She believes him.
John's birth is announced to Zachariah. Although he doesn't believe the Lord is faithful.
Luke 1:1-4 Introduction
Introduction to the book of Luke, who wrote it and why. He desires to present the case for Jesus Christ.