The Damon and Taber Family Connections - Book of Luke in the Bible
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Book of Luke in the Bible

M, #2000042, b. AD 80-100
Father*Books (of the Bible)
     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).
     While Zechariah (Luke 1) was serving as priest in the temple, he is visited by Gabriel (Angel) and told he would have a son, and when Zechariah (Luke 1) did not believe, he was struck unable to speak.1 After Zechariah (Luke 1)'s time of service was over, he went home and Elizabeth (Luke 1) became pregnant, and went into seclusion for 5 months.2 Mary (Gospel) (who was betrothed to Joseph (Gospel)) was told by Gabriel (Angel) that she would give birth to a son, Jesus (NT) by the Holy Spirit (Bible), and was told that her relative Elizabeth (Luke 1) was six months pregnant.3
Mary (Gospel) went to a town in the hill country of Judea vist Elizabeth (Luke 1) at the home of Zechariah (Luke 1). When Mary (Gospel) greated Elizabeth (Luke 1), then her baby (John "The Baptist" (Gospel) leaped in her womb and Elizabeth (Luke 1) was filled with Holy Spirit (Bible). Mary (Gospel) stayed for about 3 months.4
John "The Baptist" (Gospel), son of Zechariah (Luke 1) and Elizabeth (Luke 1), was born a town in the hill country of Judea .5 John "The Baptist" (Gospel) was circumcised The priest was going to name the child Zechariah, after is father Zechariah (Luke 1), but Elizabeth (Luke 1) said No, his name is to be John, and when the questioned Zechariah (Luke 1) he wrote on a tablet (as he still could not speak) that the boy's name was to be John, afterwhich Zechariah (Luke 1) regained the ability to speak.6 Joseph (Gospel) and Mary (Gospel) went to Bethleham, Judea to register for the census called by Caesar Augustus (during the rule of Governor Quirinus of Syria (Luke 2).)7
Jesus (NT), son of Joseph (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.8,9 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 (NT). The shepherds then went off and found Joseph (Gospel) and Mary (Gospel) with Jesus (NT) lying in the manger. They spread the word of what they had seen and heard, and all were amazed at this.10 Jesus (NT) was circumcised on the eighth day and he was given name Jesus, as the angel had named him.11 Joseph (Gospel), son of Jacob (Mt 1), married Mary (Gospel), daughter of Heli (Luke 3).
Teaching: Jesus spent much of his time teaching the people. We have rec orded two sample longer sermons (The longer 'Sermon on the Mount' 12, and the somewhat shorted 'Sermon on the Plain' 13). 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. John "The Baptist" (Gospel) grew and became strong in the spirit, and lived in the desert until he appeared publicly to Israel.14

References

     Adam (Gen) is described in Book of Luke in the Bible in entry titled 3:38.24
Abel (Gen 4) is mentioned in Luke Luke 11:49-51.25
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Citations

  1. [S3] International Bible Society, editor, The Holy Bible, New International Version (Grand Rapids, Michigan: Zondervan Publishing House, 1984), Luke 1:5-20. Hereinafter cited as NIV.
  2. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 1:23-25.
  3. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 1:26-38.
  4. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 1:39-45.
  5. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 1:57.
  6. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Loke 1:59-66.
  7. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 2:1-5.
  8. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 2:6-7.
  9. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Matthew 1:25.
  10. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 2:8-19.
  11. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 2:21.
  12. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Matthew 5:1-7:28.
  13. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 6:20-40.
  14. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 1:80.
  15. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 1:1-4.
  16. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 1:5-25.
  17. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 1:46-56.
  18. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 1:57-66.
  19. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 1:67-80.
  20. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 2:1-7.
  21. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 2:8-20.
  22. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 2:21-40.
  23. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 2:41-52.
  24. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV.
  25. [S3] International Bible Society, NIV, Luke 11:49-51.