Daily Archives: January 19, 2012
“Luke shows us an all-powerful Creator taking on the fragile frame of a mortal. His gospel presents a man who is never so deified as to be distant or uncaring. On the contrary, the man he describes, Jesus climbs down from the heavenly realms to enter the clutter and chaos of our fallen world and to subject Himself to our faults and frailties, pains and passions, sorrows and sicknesses. In Luke’s account alone we hear the helpless infant cry of the Almighty.”
With these words Chuck Swindoll begins he latest commentary, Insights on Luke.
Combining Swindoll’s pastoral and scholarly insight with his skill as a storyteller, Insights on Luke brings the gospel story to life, filled with drama, power, and truth.
Featuring verse-by-verse commentary along with charts, maps, asides discussing application or important concepts, and reflections from Swindoll’s personal journal, this volume is a perfect companion for small groups, Sunday schools, and pastors preparing a sermon on Luke’s gospel.
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