Luke: To Seek and To Save
“Luke, a Gentile physician, builds his gospel narrative around a historical, chronological presentation of Jesus’ life. Luke’s is the longest and most comprehensive of the four Gospels, presenting Jesus Christ as the Perfect Man who came to seek and save sinful men. Growing belief and growing opposition develop side by side. Those who believe His claims are challenged to count the cost of discipleship; those who oppose Him will not be satisfied until the Son of Man hangs lifeless on a cross. But the Resurrection ensures that His ministry of seeking and saving the lost will continue in … His disciples once they have been equipped with His power.” (Wilkinson’s and Boa’s Talk Thru The Bible) J. Sidlow Baxter observes: “Whereas the emphasis in Matthew is on what Jesus said, and in Mark on what Jesus did, here in Luke it is rather on Jesus Himself.” Join us as Michael teaches on Luke, the largest contributor to the New Testament.