Luke 24:48-52 Jesus, after commissioning His disciples to take the gospel to the end of the earth, it carried out of this world, and promised to return.
Luke 24:44-49 The great commission as recorded by Luke. Jesus comes to His disciples and after proving Himself to be truly there, He opens His disciples understanding of scripture to both His person and work as foretold in the Old Testament prophecies. Jesus is the fulfillment of God’s eternal plan of redemption, as is the witness of the disciples in proclaiming repentance for the forgiveness of sins in Jesus name.
Luke 24:33-43 As the two disciples who met Jesus on the road to Emmaus return to Jerusalem to tell the others of Christ’s meeting them, Jesus Himself comes His people giving evidence of His resurrection by offering HIs own body as the evidence.
Luke 24:13-32 Two disciples heading home from Jerusalem after the Passover week talking about all that had happened regarding Jesus. They are met by another who journeys with them whom they don’t recognize. Luke’s first encounter with the risen Savior who opens the scriptures to show that the Christ must suffer before entering His glory.
Luke 24:1-12 Jesus has been taken down off the cross and His dead body wrapped and placed in a tomb. The stone has been set in place closing that grave, a Roman guard has been placed to guard the tomb and ensure Jesus body goes nowhere. He, on Sunday morning, on the third day, as the woman come to finish the job and give Jesus a proper Jewish burial, they come to find the stone rolled away and the body…
Luke 23:47-56 Luke presents a number of witnesses to verify that Jesus did truly die on the cross and His body, dead was taken down from the cross and wrapped in linen and placed in a tomb. The evidence is crucial.
Luke 23:44-49 Luke records the death of our Lord on the cross.
Luke 23:35-43 The crowd has multiple responses to Jesus on the cross from curiosity to mocking, but of all those present to see Jesus on the cross, we see one man saved.
Luke 23:32-34. As our Lord is nailed to a Roman cross, we read the first of His seven sayings on the cross. From the moment the blood of our Savior’s cross began to flow, our Lord begins His work of intercession for His people.
Luke 23:25-34 How did Barabbas see Jesus death? Barabbas was a guilty man who deserved to die, yet on the cross he was to be crucified, Jesus died instead. As Jesus is led to that cross, the great multitudes of people follow Him, and the women mourn over what is happening, and Jesus instructs them to mourn rather for themselves and their children.