This is the episode is part 36 and the final part of a study of the gospel of Luke. You can’t keep a good man down. Jesus refuses to remain dead, much to the surprise of his disciples who were ready to embalm the body and move on with their lives. Jesus turns the defeat of Good Friday into the ultimate victory of Easter.
This is the episode is part 35 in a study of the gospel of Luke. Jesus is taken by the chief priests and the elders to Pontius Pilate the Roman governor who would have the authority to put Jesus to death. He is tried twice by Pilate and once by Herod and found innocent but eventually Pilate gives into the urging of the crowd and sends Jesus to be crucified. Jesus is crucified between two thieves, one who mocks him and one who proclaims him.
This is the episode is part 33 in a study of the gospel of Luke. This chapter looks at the last passover meal that Jesus celebrates with the disciples which we commonly call the last supper. Jesus tells the disciples again that he will suffer, that one will betray him, that Jesus will deny him. He also has to deal once again with them arguing among themselves who is the greatest among them. The greatest among them came as a suffering servant, his body broken for us and his blood shed for us.
This is the episode is part 32 in a study on the gospel of Luke. In this chapter Jesus praises the faith of a widow who gives her last two coins over that of the rich people giving from their abundance. He then also foretells the destruction of Jerusalem and talks of the end times.
This is the episode is part 31 of the study of the gospel of Luke. This week’s episode starts with Jesus entering Jeruslaem on Palm Sunday and prophesying about his death publicly and about the destruction of Jerusalem. The teachers of the law and chief priests start trying to find a way to arrest Jesus but first need to make him unpopular with the crowds
This is the episode is part 30 of a study of the gospel of Luke. Jesus heals a blind man who will not take no for an answer when people try and get between him and Jesus. Jesus decides no one will get between him and Zacchaeus. Jesus predicts his suffering and death and Jesus tells a story about faithful servants and faithless ones.
This is the episode is part 29 of a study of the gospel of Luke. Jesus covers a few different topics as he deals with proud pharisees and penitent publicans. He talks about a determined dowager and a rich ruler who rues the reference to riches.
This is the episode is part 28 of a study of the gospel of Luke. Jesus talks about sin and duty, especially our duty to look out for each other. He also heals 10 lepers but finds only one who is remembers to say thanks. Jesus also talks about how obvious but how unexpected his second coming will be.