May

27Mon

Peachtree Corners: Read about the Good News from the writtings of Luke

MikeK@mikek1

Panera Bread - Norcross, GA
3280 Holcomb Brdg Rd

Mon, May 27, 2019 at 11:30 PM - 12:30 AM

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Luke is only mentioned 3 times in the New Testament, but appears to be a travel partner of Paul on many of his journeys. He was probably a gentle and was a trained physician. He begins his writings with detailed accounts of two very important babies and emphasized Jesus Christ's sympathy and compassion on people who were hurting. Luke wrote to a person he calls Theophilus meaning a "lover of God" and he wrote with the mind of a careful historian with the heart of a loving physician. He wrote so that his reader(s) might have an accurate and orderly narrative of the life, ministry and message of Jesus Christ. Luke had carefully researched his material, interviewed eyewitnesses and listened to those who ministered the Word. In the 1st chapter of his writings he tells us how God's wonderful news came to different people. Come join us in reading about this wonderful story of love.