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Luke was a doctor, one trained in healing people. His gospel uses many medical terms, and his underlying purpose was to heal the breaches between ethnic groups, between men and women, and between God and men. This commentary focuses upon Luke's gospel, but also integrates details from the other gospels, so that we get a more complete picture of the life of Christ and His ministry on earth.
This book covers Luke 1-3, expounding on the circumstances of John's birth and then Jesus' birth and early life. It ends with John's ministry and introduces Jesus as the Ambassador of Heaven, giving His genealogical credentials.
This book covers Luke 4-6, expounding on Jesus' baptism and early ministry. Jesus called twelve disciples and set forth the basic principles in the Sermon on the Mount.
This book covers Luke 7-9, expounding on the main teachings of Jesus as He trained His disciples. It climaxes with His Transfiguration, which is a prophetic picture of the manifestation of the Sons of God at the end of the Age.
This book covers Luke 10-11, where Jesus sent out the Seventy with a specific message of the Kingdom.
This is a commentary on Luke 12-14, where Jesus gives warning to Jerusalem and how to avoid divine judgment.
This is a commentary on Luke 15 to 18:30, explaining the Parables of the Kingdom and Jesus' commentary on those parables.
This is a commentary on Luke 18:31 to 21:38 Describing Jesus's trip to Jerusalem and the conflict with the Chief Priest leading to His Crucifixion.
This is the longest book of the series, 160 pages, covering Luke 22-24. It begins with the Last Supper and Judas’ betrayal and gives the sequence of events from Jesus’ trial, crucifixion, death, burial, resurrection, and His many appearances to various people during the next 40 days before His ascension.