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The-Gospel-of-Luke

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路加福音 Luke 2-1-52

路加福音 Luke 2:1-52 Luke 2:1-20 tells of the birth of Jesus. Luke is the only Gospel writer who relates the account of Jesus’ birth to dates of would history. Caesar Augustus was the Roman emperor from 31 BC to 14 AD. Having replaced the republic with an imperial form of government, he expanded the empire to include the entire Mediterranean world, established the famed Pax Romana (Roman

路加福音 Luke 3-1-38

路加福音 Luke 3:1-38 John the Baptist Prepares the Way施洗约翰预备道路 1In the fifteenth year of the reign of Tiberius Caesar—when Pontius Pilate was governor of Judea, Herod tetrarch of Galilee, his brother Philip tetrarch of Iturea and Traconitis, and Lysanias tetrarch of Abilen

路加福音 Luke 4-1-44

路加福音 Luke 4:1-44 Jesus temptations help us understand that Jesus would not accomplish His earthly mission by using His supernatural power for His own needs (first temptation); He would not use His power to win a large followings by miracles or magic (second temptation); He would not compromise with Satan (third temptation). Jesus temptation was real, not merely symbolic. He was confronted by the tempter with a

路加福音 Luke 5-1-39

路加福音 Luke 5:1-39 The Calling of the First Disciples 1One day as Jesus was standing by the Lake of Gennesaret, with the people crowding around him and listening to the word of God, How would you describe the scene? 2he saw at the water’s edge two boats, left there by the fishermen, who were washing their nets. 3He got into one of the boats, the one belonging

路加福音 Luke 6-1-49

路加福音 Luke 6:1-49 Lord of the Sabbath 安息日的主 1One Sabbath Jesus was going through the grain fields, and his disciples began to pick some heads of grain, rub them in their hands and eat the kernels. Why would the disciples pick and eat the grain? 2Some of the Pharisees asked, “Why are you doing what is unlawful on the Sabbath?” What objection do

路加福音Luke 7- 1-50

路加福音Luke 7: 1-50 At the end of the previous chapter, Jesus had stressed the importance of genuine, unshakable faith in Him. In the first two sections, Luke gives us an example of such a faith. 上一章结尾,耶稣强调了在基督里的真实不动摇的信心的重要性

路加福音 Luke 8-1-56

路加福音 Luke 8:1-56 We have heard that great multitudes followed Jesus, not only to see the miracles which He performed, but also to hear Him preach. Jesus however, knew that many of the people did not take to heart what they heard. 我们知道来跟从耶稣的有一大群人,他们不仅仅是看到祂

路加福音Luke 9-1-62

路加福音Luke 9:1-62 A new phase of Jesus’ ministry began when he sent out the apostles to do the type of preaching, teaching and healing that they had observed him doing. This was the third tour of Galilee by Jesus and His disciples. On the first tour Jesus traveled with the four fishermen and on the second all 12 were with him 耶稣

路加福音 Luke 10-1-42

路加福音 Luke 10:1-42 In the previous lesson, Jesus sent out the twelve disciples. He continues to prepare His followers for the ministry that lies ahead of them when He is gone. Because of the great amount of work to be done, Jesus appointed 72 followers to represent Him. 在前面的学习中讲到了,耶稣差遣十二门徒

路加福音Luke 11-1-54

路加福音Luke 11:1-54 Luke gives neither the time or the place for Jesus teaching on prayer. It is thought that Jesus is repeating what He had taught on prayer during the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 6:5-15). It seems that for most of those in the audience, the things Jesus taught about prayer were entirely new. 对于耶稣在祷告上

路加福音 Luke 12-1-59

路加福音 Luke 12:1-59 While the assaults of the Pharisees and scribes were going on, they were attempting everything in their power to discredit Jesus and find some ground for accusing Him, the people came together to Him in greater multitudes than ever before, by the thousands. Jesus is speaking to His disciples, but the people were able to hear what Jesus said. 法利赛人和

路加福音 Luke 13-1-35

路加福音 Luke 13:1-35 The incidence mentioned in verse 1 was an act which was quite in character for Pilate. During his 10 years in office as the Roman governor he had shown himself insensitive to what the Jews regarded as holy. In this instance it was an outrage committed in the part of the temple called the court of the priests. On the occasion in question, the

路加福音 Luke 14-1-35

路加福音 Luke 14:1-35 Luke 14:1-35 路加福音14章:1-35节 The Pharisees continued to attempt to provoke Jesus. It was for this reason, that Jesus was invited, as once before (see Luke 7:36), to dine with a prominent Pharisee. His host was one of the chief among the Pharisees, occupying a position of honor among them. In the house

路加福音 Luke 15-1-32

路加福音 Luke 15:1-32 Luke 15:1-32 路加福音 15章:1-32节 The central theme of the entire chapter is “God’s love for the lost”. Jesus speaks the three parables to tax collectors and sinners as well as to the Pharisees and scribes who had gathered to hear Him. 本章的中心主题是“神对罪

路加福音 Luke 16-1-31

In the preceding chapter, Jesus laid out the immense love God has towards sinners. This section is addressed to His disciples, a number of whom were previously tax collectors and involved in immoral actions. Now they must be instructed in the proper attitude toward earthly treasures. 在前一章里,耶稣展现了神向罪人所有的大爱。这一部

路加福音 Luke 17-1-37

路加福音 Luke 17:1-37 Luke 17:1-37 路加福音17章:1-37节 Jesus did not take the direct route to Jerusalem, but traveled back and forth in Southern Galilee and into Samaria. The chapter begins with Jesus talking to his disciples. The disciples need to guard the faith of others and never tire of forgiving others. 耶稣并没有

路加福音 Luke 18-1-43

路加福音 Luke 18:1-43 Luke 18:1-43 Jesus is still addressing His disciples. In Luke 17:22-37 Jesus had given them advice as to how they should conduct themselves before the Last Day. This is the same setting at the beginning of this chapter. Jesus wanted to show the disciples that they should always pray, and never give up because their faith will be tested. 耶稣仍然在

路加福音 Luke 19-1-48

路加福音 Luke 19:1-48 Luke 19:1-48 路加福音 19:1-48 After Jesus healed the blind man, he was passing through Jericho, when there was an interruption. 在耶稣治愈了瞎眼的之后,祂途经耶利哥城,在那里又遇上一些事。 Zacchaeus the Tax Co

路加福音 Luke 20-1-47

路加福音 Luke 20:1-47 Luke 20:1-47 路加福音 20:1-47 The events in this chapter all occur on Tuesday of Passion Week. 这一章里所记载的事件都发生在耶稣受难周的星期二。 The Authority of Jesus Questioned耶

路加福音 Luke 21-1-38

路加福音 Luke 21:1-38 Luke 21:1-38路加福音21:1-38 Jesus continues His teaching in the temple on Tuesday of Passion Week. 在受难周的星期二,耶稣继续祂在圣殿里的教导。 The Widow’s Off

路加福音 Luke 22-1-71

路加福音 Luke 22:1-71 Luke 22:1-71路加福音22:1-71 (Map of Jerusalem at the time of Jesus crucifixion) (耶稣受难时期耶路撒冷的地图) The eight-day festival of Passover remembers the freedom of the Israelites from slavery in ancient Egypt. 8天的逾越

路加福音 Luke 23-1-56

路加福音 Luke 23:1-56 Luke 23:1-56路加福音23:1-56 Pilate was the Roman governor of Judea from A.D. 26-36, whose official residence was in Caesarea, on the Mediterranean coast. When he came to Jerusalem, he stayed in the magnificent palace built by Herod the Great. When Pilate conducted the trial early in the day,

路加福音 Luke 24-1-53

路加福音 Luke 24:1-53 Luke 24:1-53路加福音24:1-53 Jesus Has Risen耶稣复活 1 On the first day of the week, very early in the morning, the women took the spices they had prepared and went to the tomb. What day of the week is this? What

路加福音 简介 Introduction Luke 1

路加福音 简介 Introduction Luke 1 Luke路加 Luke was probably a Gentile by birth, well educated in Greek culture, a physician by profession, and a companion of the Apostle of Paul at various times. The book of Luke was probably written in Rome and seems to be intended for strengthening the Christian faith and training those who were not so familiar with