Luke's Gospel (Page 3)
Luke 21:37-22:13 Jesus prepares for the conclusion of His first coming in preparation for the final Passover meal He would eat with His disciples before the cross.
Luke 21:34-36 Jesus instructs His disciples to live in the expectation that He could come for His people at any time. We need to live ready, that this opening event of the end times does not take us by surprise.
Luke 21:29-33 Jesus tells a simple parable and gives its explanation that His disciples know what signs will precede the coming of the Lord and the end of the age.
Luke 21:25-28 Jesus is coming back! He told His disciples this truth, and He informed them in the Olivet discourse what the signs were that they should be looking for as they watch for the end of the age and the second coming of Christ.
Luke 21:20-24 Jesus preaches on the return of Jesus. What better authority could we ask for? God the son speaks of the signs of His coming and the end of the age. How do we know we can believe His words? God doesn’t lie.
Luke 21:20-24. Luke focuses on both the short term foreshadowing, as well as the long term ultimate fulfilment of Jesus words in the Olivet discourse. Today we focus on the words Luke does not record, which both Matthew and Mark give detail of, as Jesus points to this abomination of desolation that is to come, which Matthew says is a reference to Daniel’s prophecy. If we are going to understand Luke 21, we need to see that it is prophecy…
Luke 21:8-19 Are we in the end times? According to Jesus in Luke 21, we are in the times before the end times. A time of escalating turmoil and trouble, but not like will be seen in the time of great tribulation. That is yet to come. How are we to live during this time? As messengers of the gospel. What is our message to be? It is to be what scriptures tells us our message is. Listen as we…
Luke 21:8 What is prophecy? How important is it? Should we be able to understand it? Why did Jesus speak the words of Luke 21 to His disciples? He spoke so they would not be led astray. Prophecy is given to us so that we can understand what is to come.
Luke 21:5-7 Jesus and His disciples exiting the Temple, Jesus last public teaching ministry, now focusing on teaching His disciples, and some mention to beauty and grandeur of the Temple. Jesus reaffirms His earlier pronunciation that the Temple, as marvelous as it is, is going to be brought down. This the very plan of God. Throughout Luke 21 (as well as Matthew 24 and Mark 13) Jesus responds to the question of “when” and What do we look for” from…
Luke 20:45-21:4 Jesus shifts the focus of His ministry from warning the Scribes, Pharisees, and Sadducees, to teaching HIs disciples, and He begins with a warning about the scribes.