The Holy Bible in Audio - King James Version: Luke

The Holy Bible in Audio - King James Version: Luke Anonymous David Cochran Heath
  • Title: The Holy Bible in Audio - King James Version: Luke
  • Author: Anonymous David Cochran Heath
  • ISBN: 9781633890695
  • Page: 398
  • Format: Audio
  • The Holy Bible in Audio - King James Version: Luke Anonymous David Cochran Heath The Holy Bible in Audio King James Version Luke False claims about Jesus have been made for centuries even during Jesus time on Earth The apostle Luke refutes many of the distorted reports about Jesus in this Gospel He depicts to his listeners the
    False claims about Jesus have been made for centuries, even during Jesus time on Earth The apostle Luke refutes many of the distorted reports about Jesus in this Gospel He depicts to his listeners the true Christ the Son of Man who has come to seek and save what is lost Listen to the third Gospel and learn about our Lord Jesus, a friend of sinners, and what he freelyFalse claims about Jesus have been made for centuries, even during Jesus time on Earth The apostle Luke refutes many of the distorted reports about Jesus in this Gospel He depicts to his listeners the true Christ the Son of Man who has come to seek and save what is lost Listen to the third Gospel and learn about our Lord Jesus, a friend of sinners, and what he freely offers us.
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    1. For mine eyes have seen thy salvation, Which thou hast prepared before the face of all people A light to lighten the Gentiles, and the glory of thy people Israel Luke 2 30 32 KJV And said unto them, Thus it is written, and thus it behoved Christ to suffer, and to rise from the dead the third day And that repentance and remission of sins should be preached in his name among all nations, beginning at Jerusalem And ye are witnesses of these things And, behold, I send the promise of my Father upon y [...]

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    2. I enjoyed this book very much I enjoyed just as much as the other three Gospels Personally, I do like how Mark is written because of how brief and concise it sounds Although this is the case, the Gospel according to Luke is not in any way inferior.I rate this 5 stars because it is one of the books that in the series of books that I believe was given to us by God to save us On top of that, it is a very interesting read even when speaking in terms of a historical perspective.

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    3. I read everything by Cahill so could not resist this Likewise the Psalms in the same series with an introduction by Bono.Although Cahill states elsewhere that the Scriptures are a mixture of the word of God and that of merely men once again his insight into the text and its original context seem to utterly undermine his own doubts.

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    4. I found this work of immense interest and importance.The compilation of historical accounts, wisdom proverbial insights, and thought provoking texts, along with descriptive and informative footnotes, are of great value.Explanations, including varying scholarly views depicting the material related in this book, are available for each of the 66 individual books of the Bible.This book is but one of the individual 66 books letters which were written by forty different authors over at least 1500 year [...]

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    5. WORDS FROM THE BOOK OF LUKE Inasmuch as many have taken in hand to set in order a narrative of those things which have been fulfilled a among us, just as those who from the beginning were eyewitnesses and ministers of the word delivered them to us, it seemed good to me also, having had perfect understanding of all things from the very first, to write to you an orderly account, most excellent Theophilus, that you may know the certainty of those things in which you were instructed.When a certain i [...]

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    6. I began reading Luke just to read the birth of Christ, because of the holidays I never actually read the story in the Bible When I finished reading the chapter of the birth of Jesus, I just continued the book Luke completely, because of the remarkable story I wanted a better understanding of Christ s time on Earth and God s love for man Through this book I have better comprehension and am closer to the Lord.

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    7. Luke takes the basic story of Jesus as seen in Mark and changes it in two notable ways Firstly it gives Jesus a fairy tale backstory in the style of Arabian nights and secondly it adds a large number of sayings and parables, which flesh out Jesus in to a complex character than the wandering wizard we find in Mark.

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    8. Not by Anonymous, but written by Luke, inspired by God I read the NKJV, not KJV, but couldn t find Luke listed by itself under NKJV I wanted it listed alone so it can count toward by books goal since I want to include Bible books I read in entirety.

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    9. I like the Book of Luke because it is in letter format and I feel like Luke is telling me about the life of the Savior as a friend would.

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    10. The birth, life, ministry, crucifixion, burial and resurrection of my Lord and Savior Jesus, the Christ, the Messiah, the Son of God as told by Luke.Bless the name of Jesus

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