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Book of Luke in the Bible

M, #2420000, b. AD 80-100
Father*Books of the Bible
Mother*Gospels
RelationshipDistant relative of Robert Michael Damon
     Book of Luke in the Bible was written AD 80-100 by Luke. Book of Luke in the Bible was the son of Books of the Bible and Gospels.
     Adam (Gen), son of Lord God Yahwah (Bible), was born 0 AC / 4245 BC in the Garden of Eden ; Made by God from dirt on the sixth day.1
Seth (Gen 4-5), son of Adam (Gen) and Eve (Gen), was born 0130 AC / 4115 BC; When Adam was 130.2
Enosh (Gen 5), son of Seth (Gen 4-5), was born 0235 AC / 4010 BC; Seth @ 105.3
Kenan (Gen 5), son of Enosh (Gen 5), was born 0325 AC / 3920 BC; Enosh @ 90.4
Mahalalel (Gen 5), son of Kenan (Gen 5), was born 0395 AC / 3850 BC; Kenan @ 70.5
Jarad (Gen 5), son of Mahalalel (Gen 5), was born 0460 AC / 3785 BC; Maalalel @ 65.6
Enoch (Gen 5), son of Jarad (Gen 5), was born 0622 AC / 3623 BC; Jarad @ 162.7
Methuselah (Gen 5), son of Enoch (Gen 5), was born 0687 AC / 3558 BC; Enoch @ 65.8
Lamech (Gen 5), son of Methuselah (Gen 5), was born 0874 AC / 3371 BC; Methuselah @ 187.9
Noah (Gen 5-9), son of Lamech (Gen 5), was born 1056 AC / 3189 BC; Lamech @ 182.10
Shem (Gen 5-11), son of Noah (Gen 5-9), was born 1559 AC / 2686 BC; Two years after the flood when Shem was 100 years old. Flood was when Noah was 600, so Shem was born when Noah was 502.11
Arpahaxad (Gen 10-11), son of Shem (Gen 5-11), was born 1659 AC / 2586 BC; Shem @ 100.12
Cainan (Gen 10), son of Arpahaxad (Gen 10-11), was born 1694 AC / 2551 BC; Arphaxad @ 35.13
Shelah, son of Cainan (Gen 10), was born 1824 AC / 2421 BC; Cainan @ 130.14
Eber, son of Shelah, was born 1854 AC / 2391 BC; Shelah @ 30.15
Peleg, son of Eber, was born 1888 AC / 2357 BC; Eber @ 34.16
Reu (Gen 11), son of Peleg, was born 1918 AC / 2357 BC; Peleg @ 30.17
Serug (Gen 11), son of Reu (Gen 11), was born 1950 AC / 2295 BC; Reu @ 32.18
Nahor (Gen 11:22-25), son of Serug (Gen 11), was born 1980 AC / 2265 BC; Serug @ 30.19
Terah (Gen 11), son of Nahor (Gen 11:22-25), was born 2009 AC / 2236 BC; Nahor @ 29.20
CHRONOLOGY

Dating the Birth of Jesus
While we have no definative date given to determine when Jesus was born, we do have some events to give us an estimate.

1) From the Nativity accounts, we are told that Jesus was born during the reigh of King Herod I "the Great" of Judea (Ἡρώδης) (Mt 2), who is generally agreed to have died about 4 BC.

2) From the start of his ministry. Luke 3:23 states that Jesus was 'about 30 years old' when he started is ministry. Luke 3:1 says that John "The Baptist" (Gospel) started his ministry "In the fifteenth year of the reign of Emperor Tiberius Caesar" , which was about 28-29 AD. We also get a similar date from John 2:20, which implies that it was the 46th year of the construction of the Temple, which also indicates a date of about 27-29 AD.

3) One point that goes against this dating is Luke's mention of the Census of Quirinius, which is about a decade later, about 6 AD. This dating does not match the descriptions of the start of Jesus' ministry. Luke may be in error here, or it is possible (but there is no know good evidence of) there were some earlier census that was being refered to.

Date the Death of Jesus
We also have no definative date for the death of Jesus, but do have some events to give us an estimate.

1) Trial by Pilate: Pilate was govenor of Judea from AD 26 to either AD 36 or AD37

2) Trial by Herod Antipas, must be before AD 39

3) Conversion of Paul: using various datings of the events in Pauls life it is generally estimated that Paul was converted betweeh 33 and 36 AD.

4) Based on a Friday crucifixion at the time of Passover, several possible dates: 11 April AD 27, 7 April AD 30, 3 April AD 33, and 23 April AD 34. The first and last are likely outside the reasonable window.

5) There was a partial Lunar Eclipse visable in Jerusalem at sunset on 3 April AD 33, and there could be references to that.

Chronology

Birth-15 Months:
* Gabriell comes to Zechariah and tells him he will have a son, and his wife Elizabeth becomes pregnant.
Birth -9 Months (6 months after above)
* Gabriel visits Mary, tells her she will give birth to Jesus, and she become pregnant by the Holy Spirit.
* Mary goes to visit Elizabeth
Birth - 6 Months
* John "The Baptist" (Gospel) is born to Elizabeth
* Mary return home (might happen shortly before birth of John)
* Joseph discovers Mary is pregnant and decides to quietly put her away
* Angel talks to Joseph, explains what is happening
* Joseph takes Mary home (completing the marriage)
Shortly before the Birth
* Joseph and Mary leave Nazareth to go to Bethlehem for the census

* Jesus is Born
* That night, Angels announce this to the Shepards, who come to visit
* Jesus is presented at the Temple on the 8th day, where Simeon and Anna recognized Jesus.
Some time later
* Magi from the East come to Jerusalem asking about the new King.
* They are sent to Bethlehem, where the visit with Jesus and give gifts.
* They leave by another path.
* Joseph and Mary are warned to excape to Egypt
* Herod realizes the Magi didn't return, so orders the killing of all boys under two years old

About March 4 BC
* Herod dies
* Joseph and Mary are told it is safe so return to Judea, to Nazareth.

Birth + 12 Years
* Jesus stays behind at the Temple at Passover

Fifteenth Year of Emperor Tiberius Caesar (about AD 28)
* John "The Baptist" (Gospel) starts his ministry
* Jesus begin preaching (with a reference to the Temple having been under construction for 46 years, putting this at about AD 29.)21
Jewish Marriage Customs

The Jews had a somewhat involved set of customs for marriage in this period (and for most of their history). The couple went through a number of stages:

Informal:
1) Typically, the fathers would introduce the Boy and the Girl to each other when they were young to get to know one another and to see if they are comfortable together. This as an informal process, and often fairly short.

2) If it seems that things may work out, the Girls family would "Promise" her to the Boy and his family. This was not a legally binding agreement, but wasn't taken likely.

Formal.
3) Betrothal, when the girl has grown to a young lady and the Boy a young man, and starting to establish himself, the Boys father works out and pays the Girls father the Bride Price, (in effect buying her). At this point, for most purposes they are legally married, but for a period of typically 6-12 months, the bride still lives with her family, and no 'marital relations' occur. This is a time of proving and validating their worthiness. This is the state of Joseph and Mary when Mary was meet by the angel and became with child by the power of the Holy Spirit.

4) At a later point, typically 6 months to a year later, the Groom would come and claim his bride and take her into his hime, and they become fully man and wife. This is likely what occured in Mathew 1:24-25, though the marriage wasn't consumated until after Jesus was born.
While Zechariah was serving as priest in the temple, he is visited by Gabriel and told he would have a son, and when Zechariah did not believe, he was struck unable to speak.22 After Zechariah's time of service was over, he went home and Elizabeth became pregnant, and went into seclusion for 5 months.23
Mary (who was betrothed to Joseph) was told by Gabriel that she would give birth to a son, Jesus by the Holy Spirit (Bible), and was told that her relative Elizabeth was six months pregnant.24
Mary went to a town in the hill country of Judea vist Elizabeth at the home of Zechariah. When Mary greated Elizabeth, then her baby (John "The Baptist" (Gospel) leaped in her womb and Elizabeth was filled with Holy Spirit (Bible). Mary stayed for about 3 months.25
John "The Baptist" (Gospel), son of Zechariah (Luke 1) and Elizabeth (Luke 1), was born a town in the hill country of Judea .26 John "The Baptist" (Gospel) was circumcised The priest was going to name the child Zechariah, after is father Zechariah, but Elizabeth said No, his name is to be John, and when the questioned Zechariah he wrote on a tablet (as he still could not speak) that the boy's name was to be John, afterwhich Zechariah regained the ability to speak.27 Joseph and Mary went to Bethleham, Judea, to register for the census called by Caesar Augustus (during the rule of Governor Quirinus of Syria (Luke 2).)28
Jesus, son of Joseph (Ἰωσήφ) (Gospel) and Mary (Gospel), was born c 6 BC in Bethleham, Judea; One theory, based on astrologically significant events places it at about April 17, 6 BC.29,30
An Angel of the LORD (Bible) appeared to the shepherds (Luke 2) that were living in the fields near Bethleham and announced the birth of Jesus. The shepherds then went off and found Joseph and Mary with Jesus lying in the manger. They spread the word of what they had seen and heard, and all were amazed at this.31 Jesus was circumcised on the eighth day and he was given name Jesus, as the angel had named him.32
Joseph, son of Jacob (Ἰακώβ) (Mt 1), married Mary, daughter of Heli (Luke 3). John "The Baptist" (Gospel) grew and became strong in the spirit, and lived in the desert until he appeared publicly to Israel.33

Teaching: Jesus spent much of his time teaching the people. We have recorded two sample longer sermons (The longer 'Sermon on the Mount' 34, and the somewhat shorted 'Sermon on the Plain' 35). I do not think these examples are to portray unique events (or exact transcripts of the events they record), but are examples of what he did throughout is time, and included the major lessons he gave that did not fit elsewhere in the gospel narratives.

Parables: Jesus used a number of parables in his teaching. Parables used situations that the people could understand to point out truths in things that were harder to understand. Parable also opened the message to those who we looking to listen, but not to those who didn't seek to understand.

Parable of the The Sower: Matthew 13:3-2336, Mark 4:1-20, Luke 8:5-15
Parable of the The Tares: Matt 13:24-30
Parable of the The Mustard Seed: Matt 13:31-32, Mark 4:30-32, Luke 13:18-19
Parable of the The Leaven: Matt 13:33, Luke 13:20-21
Parable of the The Hidden Treasure: Matt 13:44
Parable of the Pearl: Matt 13:45-46
Parable of the Drawing in the Net: Matt 13:47-50
Parable of the The Lost Sheep: Matt 18:12-14, Luke 15:3-7
Parable of the Unmerciful Servant: Matt 18:23-35
Parable of the Laborers in the Vineyard: Matt 20:1-16
Parable of the The Two Sons: Matt 21:28-31
Parable of the The Wicked Husbandman: Matt 21:33-43, Mark 12:1-11, Luke 20:9-18
Parable of the Marriage of the King's Son//The Banquet: Matt 22:1-14, Luke 14:15-24
Parable of the The Ten Virgins: Matt 25:1-12
Parable of the The Talents: Matt 25:14-30, Luke 19:11-27
Parable of the Seed Growing Secretly: Mark 4:26-29
Parable of the The Two Debtors: Luke 7:41-47
Parable of the The Good Samaritan: Luke 10:30-37
Parable of the The Rich Fool: Luke 12:16-21
Parable of the The Faithful Servant: Matt 24:42, Mark 13:33-37, Luke 12:35–48
Parable of the Lost Money: Luke 15:8-10
Parable of the The Prodigal Son: Luke 15:11-32
Parable of the The Unjust Steward: Luke 16:1-8
Parable of the The Rich Man and the Beggar Lazarus: Luke 16:19-31

The Wise and the Foolish Builders: Matt 7:24-27, Luke 6:47-49
The Patch and the Wineskins: Matt 9:16-17, Mark 2:21-22, Luke 5:36-39
The Strong Man Bound: Matt 12:29, Mark 3:27, Luke 11:21-22
Jesus' True Relatives: Matt 12:46-50, Mark 3:31-35, Luke 8:19-21
The Wise and the Foolish Builders: Matt 7:24-27, Luke 6:47-49
The Patch and the Wineskins: Matt 9:16-17, Mark 2:21-22, Luke 5:36-39.



Book of Luke in the Bible witnessed 3 Apr 33 AD: Partial Eclipse of the Moon 3 Apr 33 AD.
Apostle Peter (NT) became Apostle by Jesus (Ἰησοῦς) (NT).
Apostle Andrew (Gospel) became Apostle by Jesus (Ἰησοῦς) (NT).
Apostle James (NT) became Apostle by Jesus (Ἰησοῦς) (NT).
Apostle John (NT) became Apostle by Jesus (Ἰησοῦς) (NT).
Apostle Philip (NT) became Apostle by Jesus (Ἰησοῦς) (NT).
Apostle Bartholomew (NT) became Apostle by Jesus (Ἰησοῦς) (NT).
Apostle Thomas became Apostle by Jesus (Ἰησοῦς) (NT).
Apostle Matthew Tax Collector became Apostle by Jesus (Ἰησοῦς) (NT).
Apostle James son of Alphaeus became Apostle by Jesus (Ἰησοῦς) (NT).
Apostle Thaddaeus (NT) became Apostle by Jesus (Ἰησοῦς) (NT).
Apostle Simon the Zealot (NT) became Apostle by Jesus (Ἰησοῦς) (NT).
Apostle Judas Iscarriot (Gospel) became Apostle by Jesus (Ἰησοῦς) (NT).

Scriptures

VerseTitleReferences
Luke 1:1-4IntroductionTheophilus (Luke).37
Luke 1:5-25The Birth of John the Baptist ForetoldKing Herod I "the Great" of Judea (Ἡρώδης) (Mt 2), Judea, Zechariah (Luke 1), Abijah, Elizabeth (Luke 1), Aaron (Exodus-Deut), God, Lord God Yahwah (Bible), Gabriel (Angel), John "The Baptist" (Gospel), Holy Spirit (Bible) and Elijah (1 Kings).38
Luke 1:26-38The Birth of Jesus FortoldGod, Gabriel (Angel), Nazareth, Galilee, Joseph (Ἰωσήφ) (Gospel), King David, Mary (Gospel), Lord God Yahwah (Bible), Jesus (Ἰησοῦς) (NT), Jacob (יַעֲקֹב) (Gen 25-50), Holy Spirit (Bible) and Elizabeth (Luke 1).24
Luke 1:39-45Mary Visits ElizabethMary (Gospel), Judea, Zechariah (Luke 1), Elizabeth (Luke 1), John "The Baptist" (Gospel), Holy Spirit (Bible) and Jesus (Ἰησοῦς) (NT).25
Luke 1:46-56Mary's SongMary (Gospel), Lord God Yahwah (Bible), God and Elizabeth (Luke 1).39
Luke 1:57-66Birth of John the BaptistElizabeth (Luke 1), Lord God Yahwah (Bible), Zechariah (Luke 1), John "The Baptist" (Gospel), God and Judea.40
Luke 1:67-80Zechariah's SongZechariah (Luke 1), Holy Spirit (Bible), Israel, King David, Abram (אַבְרָם) (Genesis), Lord God Yahwah (Bible), God and John "The Baptist" (Gospel).41
Luke 2:1-7The Birth of JesusCaesar Augustus, Roman Empire, Governor Quirinus of Syria (Luke 2), Syria, Roman Province, Joseph (Ἰωσήφ) (Gospel), Nazareth, Galilee, Judea, Bethlehem, King David, Mary (Gospel) and Jesus (Ἰησοῦς) (NT).42
Luke 2:8-20The Shepherds and the Angelsshepherds (Luke 2), Angels (Bible), Lord God Yahwah (Bible), King David, Bethlehem, Jesus (Ἰησοῦς) (NT), Mary (Gospel) and Joseph (Ἰωσήφ) (Gospel).43
Luke 2:21-40Jesus Presented at the TempleJesus (Ἰησοῦς) (NT), Angels (Bible), Moses, Joseph (Ἰωσήφ) (Gospel), Mary (Gospel), Jerusalem, Simeon (Luke), Israel, Holy Spirit (Bible), Anna (Luke 2), Phaneul (Luke 2), Tribe of Asher, Galilee, Nazareth and God.44
Luke 2:41-52The Boy Jesus at the TempleJerusalem, Jesus (Ἰησοῦς) (NT), Joseph (Ἰωσήφ) (Gospel), Mary (Gospel) and Nazareth.45
Luke 3:1-19John the Baptist Prepares the WayEmperor Tiberius Caesar of Rome, Pontius Pilate (Luke 3), Judea, Roman Province, Herod Antipas, Galilee, Herod Philip II, Iturea, Traconitis, Tetrarch Lysanias of Abilene (Luke 3), Abilene, Annas (Luke 3), Caiaphas, God, John "The Baptist" (Gospel), Zechariah (Luke 1), Jordan River, Isaiah (Isaiah), Abram (אַבְרָם) (Genesis), Holy Spirit (Bible) and Herodias.46
Luke 3:20-37The Baptism and Genealogy of JesusJesus (Ἰησοῦς) (NT), Holy Spirit (Bible), Joseph (Ἰωσήφ) (Gospel), Heli (Luke 3), Matthat (Luke 3), Levi (Luke 3), Melki (Luke 3), Jannai (Luke 3), Joseph (Luke 3), Mattathias (Luke 3), Amos, Nahum (Luke 3), Esli (Luke 3), Naggai (Luke 3), Maath (Luke 3), Mattathias (Luke 3), Semein (Luke 3), Josech (Luke 3), Joda (Luke 3), Joanan (Luke 3), Rhesa (Luke 3), Zerubbabel (Ezra, Luke 3), Shealtiel (Luke 3), Neri (Luke 3), Melki (Luke 3), Addi, Cosam (Luke 3), Elmadam (Luke 3), Er (Luke 3), Joshua (Luke 3), Eliezer (Luke 3), Jorim (Luke 3), Matthat (Luke 3), Levi (Luke 3), Simeon (Luke 3), Judah (Luke 3), Joseph (Luke 3), Jonam (Luke 3), Eliakim (Luke 3), Melea (Luke 3), Menna (Luke 3), Mattatha (Luke 3), Nathan (Luke 3), King David, Jesse (אִישַׁי), Obed, Boaz (Ruth), Salmon, Nahshon, Amminadab (Exo, Num, Ruth), Ram, Hezron (חֶצְרֹון), Perez, Judah (יְהוּדָה) (Gen), Jacob (יַעֲקֹב) (Gen 25-50), Isaac (יִצְחָק) (Gen 21-35), Abram (אַבְרָם) (Genesis), Terah (Gen 11), Nahor (Gen 11:22-25), Serug (Gen 11), Reu (Gen 11), Peleg, Eber, Shelah, Cainan (Gen 10), Arpahaxad (Gen 10-11), Shem (Gen 5-11), Noah (Gen 5-9), Lamech (Gen 5), Methuselah (Gen 5), Enoch (Gen 5), Jarad (Gen 5), Mahalalel (Gen 5), Kenan (Gen 5), Enosh (Gen 5), Seth (Gen 4-5), Adam (Gen) and Lord God Yahwah (Bible).47
Luke 4:1-13The Temptation of JesusJesus (Ἰησοῦς) (NT), Holy Spirit (Bible), Jordan River, the Devil, God, Lord God Yahwah (Bible) and Jerusalem.48
Luke 4:14-30Jesus Rejected at NazarethJesus (Ἰησοῦς) (NT), Galilee, Holy Spirit (Bible), Nazareth, Isaiah (Isaiah), Book of Isaiah in the Bible, Lord God Yahwah (Bible), Capernaum, Israel, Elijah (1 Kings), Zarepheth, Sidon,, Elisha (1 Kings) and Naaman (?) (2 Kings 5).49
Luke 4:31-37Jesus Drives Out an Evil SpiritCapernaum, Galilee, (?) Demons, Jesus (Ἰησοῦς) (NT), Nazareth and God.50
Luke 4:38-44Jesus Heals ManyJesus (Ἰησοῦς) (NT), Simon, (?) (Peter's Mother-in-Law), (?) Demons, God and Judea.51
Luke 5:1-11The Calling of the First DisciplesJesus (Ἰησοῦς) (NT), Gennesaret, Sea of Galilee, God and Simon.52
Luke 5:12-16The Man With LeprosyJesus (Ἰησοῦς) (NT).53
Luke 5:17-26Jesus Heals a ParalyticPharisees, Teachers of the Law, Galilee, Judea, Jerusalem, Jesus (Ἰησοῦς) (NT) and God.54
Luke 5:27-32The Calling of LeviJesus (Ἰησοῦς) (NT), Levi (Mark 2, Luke 5), Pharisees, Teachers of the Law and Disciples.55
Luke 5:33-39Jesus Questioned About FastingJohn "The Baptist" (Gospel) and Pharisees.56
Luke 6:1-11Lord of the SabbathJesus (Ἰησοῦς) (NT), Disciples, Pharisees and King David.57
Luke 6:12-16The Twelve ApostlesJesus (Ἰησοῦς) (NT), God, Disciples, Apostle, Simon, Andrew, Apostle James (NT), Apostle John (NT), Apostle Philip (NT), Apostle Bartholomew (NT), Apostle Matthew Tax Collector, Apostle Thomas, Apostle James son of Alphaeus, Alphaeus, Apostle Simon the Zealot (NT), Apostle Thaddaeus (NT) and Apostle Judas Iscarriot (Gospel).58
Luke 6:17-26Blessings and WoesSon of Man, Disciples, Judea, Jerusalem, Tyre and Sidon.59
Luke 6:27-36Love for EnemiesJesus (Ἰησοῦς) (NT) and Father.60
Luke 6:37-42Judging OthersJesus (Ἰησοῦς) (NT).61
Luke 6:43-45A Tree and Its FruitJesus (Ἰησοῦς) (NT).62
Luke 6:46-49The Wise and Foolish BuildersJesus (Ἰησοῦς) (NT).63
Luke 7:1-10The Faith of the CenturionJesus (Ἰησοῦς) (NT) and Capernaum.64
Luke 7:11-17Jesus Raises a Widow’s SonJesus (Ἰησοῦς) (NT), Nain, Disciples, God and Judea.65
Luke 7:18-35Jesus and John the BaptistJohn "The Baptist" (Gospel), Jesus (Ἰησοῦς) (NT), God and Pharisees.66
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Citations

  1. [S3] International Bible Society, editor, The Holy Bible, New International Version (Grand Rapids, Michigan: Zondervan Publishing House, 1984), Gen 2:7. Hereinafter cited as NIV.
  2. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Gen 5:3.
  3. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Gen 5:6.
  4. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Gen 5:9.
  5. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Gen 5:12.
  6. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Gen 5:15.
  7. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Gen 5:18.
  8. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Gen 5:21.
  9. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Gen 5:25.
  10. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Gen 5:28.
  11. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Gen 11:10.
  12. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Genesis 11:10.
  13. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Gen 11:2-13 Footnote.
  14. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Gen 11:12-13 Footnote.
  15. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Gen 11:14.
  16. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Gen 11:16.
  17. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Gen 11:18.
  18. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Geb 11:20.
  19. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Gen 11:22.
  20. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Gen 11:24.
  21. [S260] Wikipedia, online http://en.wikipedia.org/, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Date_of_birth_of_Jesus
  22. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 1:5-20.
  23. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 1:23-25.
  24. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 1:26-38.
  25. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 1:39-45.
  26. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 1:57.
  27. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Loke 1:59-66.
  28. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 2:1-5.
  29. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 2:6-7.
  30. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Matthew 1:25.
  31. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 2:8-19.
  32. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 2:21.
  33. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 1:80.
  34. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Matthew 5:1-7:28.
  35. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 6:20-40.
  36. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV.
  37. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 1:1-4.
  38. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 1:5-25.
  39. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 1:46-56.
  40. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 1:57-66.
  41. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 1:67-80.
  42. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 2:1-7.
  43. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 2:8-20.
  44. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 2:21-40.
  45. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 2:41-52.
  46. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 3:1-19.
  47. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 3:20-37.
  48. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 4:1-13.
  49. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 4:14-30.
  50. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 4:31-37.
  51. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 4:38-44.
  52. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 5:1-11.
  53. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 5:12-16.
  54. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 5:17-26.
  55. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 5:27-32.
  56. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 5:33-39.
  57. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 6:1-11.
  58. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 6:12-16.
  59. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 6:17-26.
  60. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 6:27-36.
  61. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 6:37-42.
  62. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 6:43-45.
  63. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 6:46-49.
  64. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 7L1-10.
  65. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 7:11=17.
  66. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 7:18-35.