The Gospel of Luke

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The Gospel of Luke

The Gospel of Luke

First verse: Dear Theophilus, Many people have done their best to write a report of things that have taken pace among us. Last verse: and sent all their time in the temple giving thanks to God

-24 chapters-This book is a Gospel-The date is unclear but people estimate it was before the Roman conquest of Jerusalem in 70 A.D or late 60 A.D

-Birth and childhood of John the Baptist-The ministry of John the Baptist-The baptism and temptation of Jesus-Jesus' public ministry in Galilee-From Galilee to Jerusalem -The last week in and near Jerusalem -the resurrection, appearances, and acension of the Lord

First and Last Verse

The Temptation of JesusJesus is full of the Holy Spirit, he had returned from Jordan, he was led by the spirit into the wilderness for 40 days. Jesus ate nothing in those days, when they ended he was hungry. The devil tempted Jesus 3 times. First temptation from the devil was if your the Son of God, command this stone to become bread. Jesus answers man should not live with bread alone. Second temptation the devil says to you I will give you all this authority and their glory, for it has been delivered to me and I give it to whom I will. If you then will worship me it shall be yours. Jesus replies you shall worship the Lord ypur God, and only him shall you serve. Third temptation the devil says if your the son of God throw yourself down from here. For it is written he will give his angels charge of you to guard you. Jesus answers you shall not tempt the Lord your God. God was testing Jesus to see if he had the strenght to with stand sin. Jesus succeeded because he wanted to please his father and he trusted that his father would give him the strenght.

I can relate to this story because in my everyday life there is temptation everywhere and it comes in different forms. Such as social acceptance, peer pressure, alcohol, drugs, and sex. Satin will try his best to induce us to change our will over Gods will. If he can not induce us to sin morally then he gets us to make choices that will lead us away from what God wants for us. Jesus was tempted like us and he overcame not by his own human strenght but by the grace and the strenght which his father gave him. So the Lord give us his Holy Spirit to be our strenght and guide us from sin. We must have God in our hearts and we need to live in his way of love and righteousness.

How Summary Relates to Me

Summary Luke 4:1-13

Main Themes

Luke 2: 49He answered them, "why did you have to look for me? Didn't you know that I had to be in my fathers house?"Luke 3: 21After all the people had been baptised, Jesus also was baptised. While he was praying heaven was opened,Luke 6: 20Jesus looked at his disciples and said, "happy are you poor; the Kingdom of God is yours!

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