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The Joy of Unit-Reading #56 (the Gospel of Luke)

We’re continuing with our unit-reading, and today’s book is the Gospel of Luke. (my notes are below). This book took several efforts to get through.

A couple of issues leap out to me in this third gospel:
(1)  There is much in Luke about God the Holy Spirit!
(2) Jesus did not consult a calendar when He healed people.  It seems He purposely did so on the Sabbath!
(3)  There are several references to life after death (beyond the story of the rich man and Lazarus in ch. 16).

I don’t know about you — but I don’t want to lose my saltiness (14:34)!

Question:  How can you be salty for Jesus today?

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Posted by on June 25, 2016 in unit-reading


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