Table ministry is vital; Jesus is often eating with his disciples, religious leaders and sinnersThe third in our series of the Gospels covers Luke, the only Gospel written by a Gentile (non-Jew). Luke was an educated Greek physician, which is perhaps why he included a number of healing miracles.
It’s the longest Gospel, and the one with the most parables, including some of the most beloved stories: The Good Samaritan (10:29-37), the prodigal son (15:11-24), and the humble tax collector (18.9-14)...
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