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Jos Strengholt

Gospel of Luke

Luke 24.36-48 – Jesus eats broiled fish
The Annunciation to the Virgin Mary (Luke 1.26-38)
Zechariah and Elisabeth, the parents (Luke 1:1-25)
Mary, blessed, Believing, Broken (Luke 1)
Song of Zachariah (Luke 1)
Song of Zachariah (Luke 1:57-80)
Augustus, Mary, Shepherds (Luke 2:1-20)
The Shepherds saw God’s Glory (Luke 2:1-20)
Epiphany: being righteous and devout is not enough (Luke 2;21-40)
Song of Simeon (Luke 2:21-40)
You are God’s perfect choice (Luke 2)
Repent (Luke 3:1-6)
Radical lifestyle (Luke 3:7-18)
John the Baptist: Repent! (Luke 3)
John the Baptist: Change is needed (Luke 3)
Followers of Jesus (Luke 9)
Temptations of Jesus: more than a morality play (Luke 4)
Sheep, wolves, snakes, scorpions (Luke 10:1-20)
Prayer to the Father (Luke 11:1-11)
Guard against greed (Luke 12:13-21)
Where is your treasure (Luke 12:32-40)
Jesus brings separation (Luke 12:49-56)
Jesus or Herod? Hen or Fox? (Luke 13)
Eating with Jesus (Luke 14)
Eating with Jesus (Luke 14:1, 7-14)
Eating with Jesus: Love and Truth (Psalm 32, Luke 15)
Jesus eats with saved sinners, excludes Pharisees (Jeremiah 23, Luke 15)
Never ending cycle of repentance and forgiveness (Luke 15)
Feasting with sinners – the Prodigal Son (Luke 15)
Use money well (Luke 16:1-13)
Jesus heals (Luke 17:11-19)
Insist, do not give up (Luke 18:1-8)
Palm Sunday: what is true worship? (Luke 19)
Resurrection – between liberals and fundamentalists (Luke 20)
Jesus rose from the dead (Luke 24:1-12)
Ascension Day: Jesus on the throne (Luke 24, Acts 1)
Ascension Day yes, but no dualism (Luke 24, John 17)