But she, out of what she needed, has put in all that she had to live on.'' (Luke 21
Geoffrey Holroyd read the Gospel from Luke 21
31-46, Luke 21
. 10-11, 25 were the gospel readings.
* A PROPHECY Meeting with Brother Jon Ikin of the Prophetic Witness Movement International (PWMI) will bring a message on: "The Times of the Gentiles are Coming to a Close" from Luke 21
to Horeb Baptist Chapel, Nantymoel, tonight at 7pm.
But, says Jesus, those who run that risk will "gain their souls" and not lose a hair on their heads (Luke 21
ST LUKE 21
,28 Sorrows, disappointments, buffetings do not always last - when you least expect it, the clouds scatter and the sun breaks through.
Finally, many Christians who take the Bible seriously believe the tsunami, which was so powerful that it caused the earth to shake on its axis, was foretold by Jesus in Luke 21
Malachi 4:1-2; Psalm 98; 2 Thessalonians 3:6-1,3; Luke 21
For this day, Psalm 120 is a despairing call to God from one surrounded by enemies; Romans 15 focuses on Gospel truth as a unifying force; and Luke 21
contrasts Christ's vision of apocalyptic "despayre" with an assertion of the permanence of the Word.
The poor widow who offers two copper coins is praised as follows: "This poor widow gave more than all those who are contributing to the treasury" (Mark 12:43; Luke 21
McNicol's book offers an analysis of the eschatological discourses in the synoptic gospels (Matthew 24; Luke 21
; Mark 13) from the point of view of the Two Gospel (or Griesbach) hypothesis.
Elizabeth Kirk, Anna Baldwin, and Teresa Tavormina offer subtle expositions of parts of the poem, based on their respective studies of speculative theology, changes in the English law relating to debt, and the traditional exegesis of Matthew 24, Mark 13, and Luke 21
(the so-called synoptic apocalypse, which, since Luke 21
furnished the pericope for the Second Sunday in Advent, attracted much attention).