The Gospel of Luke

Doubtless Living - The Gospel of Luke

Doubtless Living – The Gospel of Luke
That You May Have Certainty

The Gospel of Luke is the only Gospel in the New Testament with a stated purpose.  Luke, a well-educated physician and close friend of the Apostle Paul, wrote an orderly account for his friend Theophilus so that he would have certainty concerning the things he had been taught about Jesus. 

Luke undertook the writing of his Gospel because he had a strong desire for Theophilus to have more than head knowledge about Jesus.  Luke wanted his friend to develop a deeply personal belief and confident assurance in the indisputable fact that Jesus is the fulfillment of God’s promise and that He alone is the Way of salvation.  And, Luke wanted Theophilus and all like him to know that salvation is available directly to all nations through Jesus. 

Understanding the truth about Jesus would allow Theophilus then and all of us today to live our lives without doubts and without fear.  So, Luke wrote a careful orderly account so that we may have certainty about that which we have been taught about Jesus (1:4).

In this series we dive deep into the Gospel of Luke, with an inductive approach, endeavoring to understand more deeply the Word of God; what it says, what it means, and how it applies to our everyday lives.  And through this study, we aspire to grow in our relationship with Christ that we may indeed practice Doubtless Living!

Week 1 : That You May Have Certainty (Luke 1:1-4)
Week 2 : The Birth of John the Baptist Foretold (Luke (1:5-25)
Week 3 : The Birth of Jesus Foretold (Luke 1:26-38)
Week 4 : Mary Visits Elizabeth (Luke 1:39-56)
Week 5 : The Birth of John (Luke 1:57-66)
Week 6 : Zechariah’s Song (Luke 1:67-80)
Week 7 : The Birth of Jesus (Luke 2:1-20)
Week 8 : Jesus Presented, Provisioned, Protected & Prepared (Luke 2:21-52)
Week 9 : The Ministry of John the Baptism (Luke 3:1-20)
Week 10 : The Baptism of Jesus (Luke 3:21-38)
Week 11 : The Temptation of Jesus (Luke 4:1-13)
Week 12 : The Ministry of Jesus Begins (Luke 4:14-44)
Week 13 : Gathering Disciples: Jesus Demonstrates Authority (Luke 5:1-26)
Week 14 : Controversy Over Association (Luke 5:27-32)
Week 15 : Controversy Over Fasting (Luke 5:33-39)
Week 16 : Controversy Over Sabbath Work (Luke 6:1-5)
Week 17 : Controversy Over Sabbath Healing (Luke 6:6-17)
Week 18 : Kingdom Manifesto: Blessings & Warnings (Luke 6:17-23)
Week 19 : Truly Righteous Love (Luke 6:27-38)
Week 20 : Righteous Response: Building Wisely (Luke 6:39-49)
Week 21 : Authority Over Sickness and Death (Luke 7:1-17)
Week 22 : Are You the One? (Luke 7:18-30)
Week 23 : Love: The Fruit of Forgiveness (Luke 7:36-50)
Week 24 : The Parable of the Soils (Luke 8:4-15)
Week 25 : Let Your Light Shine (Luke 8:16-21)
Week 26 : Authority Over All (Luke 8:22-56)
Week 27 : Feeding the Five Thousand (Luke 9:1-17)
Week 28 : Confession, Prediction & Instruction (Luke 9:18-27)
Week 29 : Transfigured: Jesus’ Lordship & Majesty Revealed (Luke 9:28-50)
Week 30 : Turning Point: The Journey to Jerusalem Begins (Luke 9:51-62)
Week 31: On Mission with Jesus: Messengers of Peace (Luke 10:1-24)
Week 32 : The Good Samaritan (Luke 10:25-37)
Week 33 : Proper Perspective: Martha & Mary (Luke 10:38-42)
Week 34 : Teach Us to Pray (Luke 11:1-4)
Week 35 : Ask, See, Knock: Boldness in Prayer (Luke 11:5-13)
Week 36 : The Finger of God: Casting Out Demons (Luke 11:14-23)
Week 37 : Neutrality Inadvisable: Warnings About Response (Luke 11:24-32)