Luke: Stories of Life!
One of the most effective ways to communicate is through storytelling. Luke uses this powerful tool to tell the most important story of all time – the story of the life and ministry of Jesus Christ.
Studying the Bible will transform your life. Before you open your Bible, pray and ask the Holy Spirit to open your heart to help you to be more like Christ.
**All Scriptures are given in the New King James Version unless otherwise noted.
And Jesus said to him, “Today salvation has come to this house, because he also is a son of Abraham; for the Son of Man has come to seek and to save that which was lost.”
Jump to a specific verse in Luke 1!
1:1-3 1:4 1:5 1:6-7 1:8-10 1:11-14 1:15-16 1:17 1:18 1:19-20 1:21-22 1:23-25 1:26-27 1:28-30 1:31-33 1:34 1:35 1:36-37 1:38 1:39-40 1:41-44 1:45 1:46-55 1:56
The Gospel of Luke - Introduction
- Turn to Luke
- We begin a study through the Gospel of Luke – The Stories of Life
- Luke is the longest of the four gospels
- This gospel is unique in a number of ways
- First, Luke, its human writer was the only Gentile, non-Jew to write in the New Testament
- He wrote two books, the gospel bearing his name and the book of Acts – between the two – more than a quarter of the new Testament
- He was a doctor by trade, and because of his writing of the gospel and Acts he is regarded as the church’s first historian
Download Pastor Rick's study notes for Luke 1:1-25