Gospel of Luke

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Noun1.Gospel of Luke - one of the four Gospels in the New TestamentGospel of Luke - one of the four Gospels in the New Testament; contains details of Jesus's birth and early life
Abraham's bosom, bosom of Abraham - the place where the just enjoy the peace of heaven after death
New Testament - the collection of books of the Gospels, Acts of the Apostles, the Pauline and other epistles, and Revelation; composed soon after Christ's death; the second half of the Christian Bible
Magnificat - (Luke) the canticle of the Virgin Mary (from Luke 1:46 beginning `Magnificat anima mea Dominum')
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It was mentioned in the Gospel of John and the Gospel of Luke. The Feast of the Ascension marks the end of the Holy Fifty Days (El-Khamasin), according to the Christian belief, and begins after Pentecost, where the number of its days varies annually according to astronomical calculations ranging from 14 to 43 days.
Midweek Bible Study Series on the Gospel of Luke: 10 a.m.
We see in this Resurrection appearance in John, his third and final Resurrection story, clear parallels to the original call narrative of Peter in the Gospel of Luke. In both accounts, they went fishing the whole night but caught nothing.
The subject matter of the painting is taken from the Gospel of Luke 2:41, in the New Testament, in which Jesus is separated from His parents and ends up at the Temple engaging in debate with the Rabbis there.
The book analyzes constructions of disability in the ancient Greco-Roman world, with chapter-length studies of texts including the Hebrew Bible and Second Temple Judaism, the parable of the Great Banquet in the Gospel of Luke, and physical and sensory disability in the Gospel of John.
The Fiesta 2019 theme is "Kabataan ni Kristo: Malakas, Marunong at Banal," which is derived from the Gospel of Luke 2:40, in line with the Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines' Year of the Youth, as we anticipate the 500th anniversary of the first baptism in the Philippines in 2021.
[phrase omitted] appears 67 times in the gospel of Matthew, 41 times in the gospel of Mark, and 33 times in the gospel of Luke. We can note a particular interest in this term in the synoptic gospels, especially in Matthew, since it appears throughout the gospel.
If they do they'll remember the parable of the Rich Man and Lazarus, the beggar, who the Rich Man walks past and ignores and as a result ends up in 'Hades', according to the gospel of Luke, for the sin of omission - ie looking the other way.
The Gospel of Matthew talks about Three Wise Men and the Star of Bethlehem, whereas the Gospel of Luke talks about the lowly shepherds that visited the baby Jesus in the stable because all the inns were full.
In an Indigenous version from the Gospel of Luke, this story is known as "The Road to Warm Springs" and Jesus is known as "Creator Sets Free." We heard with new insight what Indigenous leaders have said for years: "Indigenous Peoples must stand in what God has called us to be in our own way of life and in our own future, as it unfolds in God..
"But the Bible insists it really does matter and the answer given from Scripture very clear in the gospel of Matthew and in the gospel of Luke is that Jesus was born to a virgin."
If we search the Gospel of Luke, we won't find Jesus saying, "Pray for one another," but rather, "Pray for those who mistreat you" (Luke 6:28).