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Luke 1-5 by John MacArthur

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Published by Moody Publishers in Chicago .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Bible. -- N.T. -- Luke I-V -- Commentaries

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Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 343-344) and indexes.

Other titlesLuke one-five
StatementJohn MacArthur.
SeriesThe MacArthur New Testament commentary
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBS2595.53 .M33 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 372 p. ;
Number of Pages372
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24032350M
ISBN 100802408710
ISBN 109780802408716
LC Control Number2009021035

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Luke - NIV: In the time of Herod king of Judea there was a priest named Zechariah, who belonged to the priestly division of Abijah; his wife Elizabeth was also a descendant of Aaron. Luke MacArthur New Testament Commentary (Macarthur New Testament Commentary Series Book 1) - Kindle edition by MacArthur, John F. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Luke MacArthur New Testament Commentary (Macarthur New Testament Commentary Series Book 1)/5(29). Luke There was in the days of Herod, the king of Judea — This is he who is commonly known by the name of Herod the Great, a cruel, ambitious man, who, without any title, obtained the crown of Judea from the Roman senate, to whom he was recommended by Mark Antony. Under his government the Jews were very uneasy, because he was a foreigner. Nevertheless, the Roman generals in those parts. 5 In the time of Herod king of Judea there was a priest named Zechariah, who belonged to the priestly division of Abijah; his wife Elizabeth was also a descendant of Aaron. 6 Both of them were righteous in the sight of God, observing all the Lord’s commands and decrees blamelessly. 7 But they were childless because Elizabeth was not able to conceive, and they were both very old.

The Book of Luke is therefore one which can greatly bless and benefit us in our Christian lives. Let us approach our study of Luke with eager anticipation. The Appearances of John and Jesus () As we begin our actual study of Luke’s gospel, note the inter-twining of the lives of John and Jesus, even in the actual account of Luke. Overview of Luke (Luke ) Facts about Luke; Introduction to Luke; Outline of Luke; God Keeps His Promises to Israel (Luke ) God Keeps His Promises to Zacharias (Luke ) One of the books that I have in my study is a book called Every Promise In The Bible. I’m sure that many of you probably have those little Bible Promise books. Luke 1–5 begins a fascinating journey through the life of Christ, compiled and recorded by Luke the historian/physician. John MacArthur’s exposition covers the longest birth narrative in Scripture, the ministry of John the Baptist, the temptation of Jesus, the shocking account of Jesus’ ministry in His hometown, and the calling of the first disciples. Luke Herod, king of Judaea. A Jewish proselyte, an Idumean or Edomite by birth, founder of the Herodian family, king of Judea from 40 B.C. to A.D. 40, made such by the Roman Senate on the recommendation of Mark Antony and Octavius Caesar. See Luke Of the course of Abijah.

  Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and indexes Introduction to Luke -- Luke's prologue (Luke /4) -- God's revelation to Zacharias (Luke /14, 18/25) -- The greatness of John the Baptist (Luke /17) -- The divine announcement to Mary (Luke /33) -- The virgin birth: a divine miracle (Luke /38) -- Mary and Elizabeth: confirming angelic prophecy -- (Luke /45 Pages: Books of the Bible; Luke ; These are all of the chapters of the book of Luke. Clicking on a chapter will show you the text of that chapter of Luke in the Bible (New International Version). Luke 1; Luke 2; Luke 3; Luke 4; Luke 5; Luke 6; Luke 7; Luke 8; Luke 9; Luke 10; Luke 11; Luke 12; Luke 13; Luke 14; Luke 15; Luke 16; Luke 17; Luke Luke begins The MacArthur New Testament Commentary’s look at the longest of the four Gospels. Luke is unique in its historical detail and for how it positions Jesus as the Savior-King not just of the Jews, but of all mankind/5(30). Luke (Amplified® Bible) Robertson's Book Notes (NT) Luke. Some argue that Luke contemplated a third book which would cover the events of the trial and Paul's later career. There is no proof of that view. The outstanding fact is that the book closes with Paul already a .