The Apostle Paul describes Luke as a beloved physician who traveled with him on several of his missionary journeys. However, Luke's true passion was in setting down an orderly account that detailed the birth, ministry, death, and resurrection of Jesus. Luke was well suited for the task, because he was a thoughtful man of science and great observer of the people.
Luke took great care in relating the information he collected, yet he also emphasized the care that Jesus, as the Great Physician, extended to people everywhere, both Jewish and Gentile alike. Luke teaches us about the high value Jesus places on rescuing all people from their sins, no matter how far gon those people may seem. He also shows how Jesus was willing to give up His place in heave to come down to earth as a sacrifice for the sins of every peerson who will receive Him.
The Jeremiah Study Series captures Dr. David Jeremiah's commitment to teaching God's Word that has spanned over four decades. In each study, he will reveal what the Bible says, what it meant to the people at the time it was written, and what it means to you today. Along the way, you will find insights into the text, identify key stories and themes, and be challenged to apply the truth you find in your life.
- God with Us (Luke 1:1—2:52)
- Baptism and Temptation (Luke 3:1—4:44)
- Four Men and a Savior (Luke 5:1—6:49)
- People Are Important (Luke 7:1—8:56)
- Who Is My Neighbor? (Luke 9:1—10:42)
- A Master Class in Prayer (Luke 11:1—12:59)
- Count the Cost (Luke 13:1—14:35)
- Lost and Found (Luke 15:1—16:31)
- Encounters with Jesus (Luke 17:1—18:43)
- All Roads Lead to Jerusalem (Luke 19:1—20:47)
- Before the Rooster Crows (Luke 21:1—22:71)
- Crucifixion and Resurrection (Luke 23:1—24:53)