Outline of the Gospel of Luke

Luke was the only Gentile (non-Jew) writer of the New Testament books, who wrote both this gospel and the Acts. In fact, he also was not one of the twelve disciples of the Lord, or one of the seventy that Jesus Christ had sent for the work of the ministry. Luke was a physician (doctor)Continue reading “Outline of the Gospel of Luke”

Miracles of Jesus Christ

This is an attempt to create a list of the miracles (or signs as they are called in the gospel of John) of the Lord Jesus Christ that are recorded in the Bible. The list will contain the name or title of the miracle and the references found in the gospels. This list is adaptedContinue reading “Miracles of Jesus Christ”

Luke 15

The wonderful chapter of Luke 15 brings before us the work of God the Father, Son and Holy Spirit, in bringing the lost souls to the Lord Jesus Christ. Many who read this chapter think that it is three parables, but in reality, it is only one parable, but in three sections, or parts, orContinue reading “Luke 15”

Poem about the four Gospels

There is a poem that I would like to share, and we sing this with the children sometimes in our local place of gathering. Perhaps a challenge for you to think of the verses or sections in each gospel that corresponds with the lines of the poem. This is following on from the previous postContinue reading “Poem about the four Gospels”

The Four Gospels in the Bible

Have you ever wondered about why we have four gospels, and why these are in the particular order as we have it, Matthew, Mark, Luke and John? In this article, a modest attempt will be given to show how and why the four gospels are placed in the order in our Bible, the Word ofContinue reading “The Four Gospels in the Bible”