Do any of you want to do a bible study on the book of luke

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Now this is up to you guy s if you are interusted in
doing then that is okay but if not then that is ok with me then no presher up to yo people :) i love you but more inportantly GOD LOVES YOU!
 

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1 Many have undertaken to compose an account of the things that have been
fulfilled among us, 2 just as they were handed down to us by the initial eyewitnesses
and servants of the word. 3 Therefore, having carefully investigated everything from the
beginning, it seemed good also to me to write an orderly account for you, most excellent
Theophilus, 4 so that you may know the certainty of the things you have been taught.
 

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5 In the time of Herod king of Judea there was a priest named Zechariah, who
belonged to the priestly division of Abijah, and whose wife Elizabeth was a
daughter of Aaron. 6 Both of them were righteous in the sight of God, walking
blamelessly in all the commandments and decrees of the Lord. 7 But they had
no children, because Elizabeth was barren, and they were both well along in years.
 
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okay wel l when ever yo have have i 'll start with everyone on a day and time that wouid suit best on were ever they are from so starting date wouid be nov 22 to 23 and time wouid be 7pm to 9pm there you share the infurmation with your friends thank you :}
 

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8 One day while Zechariah’s division was on duty and he was serving as priest before God,
9 he was chosen by lot, according to the custom of the priesthood, to enter the temple of the Lord
and burn incense. 10 And at the hour of the incense offering, the whole congregation was praying outside.
 
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8 One day while Zechariah’s division was on duty and he was serving as priest before God,
9 he was chosen by lot, according to the custom of the priesthood, to enter the temple of the Lord
and burn incense. 10 And at the hour of the incense offering, the whole congregation was praying outside.
wow that is so amazing i actiley have read that one so good to read the word of GOD amen sister in the lord
 
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5 In the time of Herod king of Judea there was a priest named Zechariah, who
belonged to the priestly division of Abijah, and whose wife Elizabeth was a
daughter of Aaron. 6 Both of them were righteous in the sight of God, walking
blamelessly in all the commandments and decrees of the Lord. 7 But they had
no children, because Elizabeth was barren, and they were both well along in years.
hey did you know my:unsure: real name is Elizabeth intrusting right
 
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I am happy to join with your discussion of the Gospel of Luke. Here is an initial submission of my thoughts on the Gospel of Luke:

In telling us the life and teaching of Jesus Christ, Luke’s Gospel is also a work of history, written down after careful investigation and on the basis of eyewitnesses and other reliable sources (1:1–3). Moreover, it is a work of theology, written so that readers may know that the teachings of Christianity are true (1:4): Jesus Christ is indeed Savior, Messiah, Lord, and Son of God (1:35; 2:11). Luke’s Gospel is all these things, and it is also divinely inspired, communicating to us what God wanted written for the sake of our salvation.

Background info on the Gospel of Luke:

Authorship

The titles found at the beginning or end of the earliest extant manuscripts of the
Gospel, including Papyrus 75, dated by scholars to around AD 200, attribute
the work to “Luke.” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Papyrus_75

The Gospel of Luke
Background info:

Luke, was Paul’s follower and set down in a book the Gospel that was preached by Paul. Among modern scholars it is also accepted that Luke also wrote the Acts of the Apostles and that Luke even accompanied Paul on some of his journeys, which he indicated by writing in the first-person plural, the so-called “we” sections (Acts 16:10–17; 20:5–15; 21:1–18; 27:1–28:16).3


In Paul’s letters that mention Luke, one saying that Luke is with him (2 Tim 4:11) and one describing him as “the beloved physician” (Col 4:14). There is also a third (Philem 24), in which Luke is described as one of Paul’s fellow workers.
 
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A little background on Luke, who is Luke:

Of interest is the question of Luke’s ethnic background. Although it is often assumed that Luke was a Gentile, scholarly opinion on this question is actually divided,11 and there is little support that he was a Gentile.

The main argument for considering Luke to be a Gentile comes from Colossians, where Luke (Col 4:14) is not included in the list of those like Mark “who are of the circumcision” (4:11). This is often interpreted as saying that Mark is Jewish and Luke is Gentile, but the phrase “of the circumcision” may instead refer to a subset of Jewish Christians—namely, the strict faction that was typically uncooperative with Paul (Gal 2:12). Paul would then be saying that from among this group, only a few, like Mark, are his coworkers.13 Luke did not belong to this group, but could still have been Jewish.

Indeed, Luke’s extensive knowledge of the Old Testament and interest in the Jerusalem temple and Jewish priesthood suggest that he was Jewish. His good command of Greek is well explained if he was a Hellenistic Jew. Luke may thus have been like Paul, a Jew whose ministry was largely to the Gentiles. Likewise, his Gospel was probably written mainly for Gentile Christians. Historical Context Scholars who hold that Luke was indeed Paul’s coworker (in the 50s AD) gen
 
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A little background on Luke, who is Luke:

Of interest is the question of Luke’s ethnic background. Although it is often assumed that Luke was a Gentile, scholarly opinion on this question is actually divided,11 and there is little support that he was a Gentile.

The main argument for considering Luke to be a Gentile comes from Colossians, where Luke (Col 4:14) is not included in the list of those like Mark “who are of the circumcision” (4:11). This is often interpreted as saying that Mark is Jewish and Luke is Gentile, but the phrase “of the circumcision” may instead refer to a subset of Jewish Christians—namely, the strict faction that was typically uncooperative with Paul (Gal 2:12). Paul would then be saying that from among this group, only a few, like Mark, are his coworkers.13 Luke did not belong to this group, but could still have been Jewish.

Indeed, Luke’s extensive knowledge of the Old Testament and interest in the Jerusalem temple and Jewish priesthood suggest that he was Jewish. His good command of Greek is well explained if he was a Hellenistic Jew. Luke may thus have been like Paul, a Jew whose ministry was largely to the Gentiles. Likewise, his Gospel was probably written mainly for Gentile Christians. Historical Context Scholars who hold that Luke was indeed Paul’s coworker (in the 50s AD) gen
interusting to think about paol mark&luke
 
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I am happy to join with your discussion of the Gospel of Luke. Here is an initial submission of my thoughts on the Gospel of Luke:

In telling us the life and teaching of Jesus Christ, Luke’s Gospel is also a work of history, written down after careful investigation and on the basis of eyewitnesses and other reliable sources (1:1–3). Moreover, it is a work of theology, written so that readers may know that the teachings of Christianity are true (1:4): Jesus Christ is indeed Savior, Messiah, Lord, and Son of God (1:35; 2:11). Luke’s Gospel is all these things, and it is also divinely inspired, communicating to us what God wanted written for the sake of our salvation.

Background info on the Gospel of Luke:

Authorship

The titles found at the beginning or end of the earliest extant manuscripts of the
Gospel, including Papyrus 75, dated by scholars to around AD 200, attribute
the work to “Luke.” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Papyrus_75

The Gospel of Luke
Background info:

Luke, was Paul’s follower and set down in a book the Gospel that was preached by Paul. Among modern scholars it is also accepted that Luke also wrote the Acts of the Apostles and that Luke even accompanied Paul on some of his journeys, which he indicated by writing in the first-person plural, the so-called “we” sections (Acts 16:10–17; 20:5–15; 21:1–18; 27:1–28:16).3


In Paul’s letters that mention Luke, one saying that Luke is with him (2 Tim 4:11) and one describing him as “the beloved physician” (Col 4:14). There is also a third (Philem 24), in which Luke is described as one of Paul’s fellow workers.
hey that is all so trueand good things to think about i think everyone shouid take notes when reading and studying the bible