Luke: The Compassion of Christ (David Jeremiah Bible Study Series)
: Luke was a physician in the first century, and as such he sought to bring physical healing to those who came to him in need. But at some point in his life, he heard about an even greater physician...
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Luke was a physician in the first century, and as such he sought to bring physical healing to those who came to him in need. But at some point in his life, he heard about an even greater physician from Nazareth who not only miraculously healed people of their physical ailments but also brought healing to their souls.
Luke's Gospel reflects the skill he undoubtedly employed in his work-asking probing questions, taking detailed notes, diagnosing the problems-as he carefully relates the events of Jesus' ministry on earth. Through it all, Luke reveals how Jesus, as a compassionate physician, came to offer a cure to the terminal condition of sin that we all share ... an illness that could only be remedied by sacrificing his own life in payment on the cross.
The Jeremiah Bible Study Series captures Dr. David Jeremiah's forty-plus years of commitment in teaching the Word of God. In each study, he will help you understand what the Bible says, what it meant to the people at the time it was written, and what it means to you today. Along the way, you will gain insights into the text, identify key stories and themes, and be challenged to apply the truth you find to your life.
David Jeremiah is the founder of Turning Point, an international ministry committed to providing Christians with sound Bible teaching through radio and television, the Internet, live events, and resource materials and books. He is the author of more than fifty books including Is This the End, The Spiritual Warfare Answer Book, The David Jeremiah Morning and Evening Devotional, and Airship Genesis Kids Study Bible.
David serves as the senior pastor of Shadow Mountain Community Church in San Diego, California, where he resides with his wife, Donna. They have four grown children and twelve grandchildren.