In the New Testament we are blessed with four gospel accounts of Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection. Each of these are distinct in what aspects of the Lord they focus on. Through them, we are able to have a multifaceted view of the Christ. As such, we can understand how God wants us to come to the Father through Him from wherever we are. This is wonderful for us to know because if we didn’t have these accounts, it would be possible for us to think that we are too far gone to be able to be with God. Yet, in the Gospel of Luke, we know that God can, and will, welcome us if we approach Him humbly and with a contrite heart.
This is especially apparent because the Pharisees often complained of Jesus eating with tax collectors and sinners. Moreover, even the “most” sinful were able to come to the Lord, which was seen by Jesus’ response to the actions of the sinful woman (Luke 7:36-50). Not only is she is highly spoken of by Jesus, but she is also a great example of what it means to love the Lord for all the sins that He has forgiven. It is one of many important teachings found in the Gospel of Luke.
The book is 24 chapters in length, with some of them being among the longest in all of the New Testament. For example, the first chapter is 80 verses in length just by itself! If you’d like to hear some samples of my recordings, please check out lower quality versions of chapter 1, chapter 15, and chapter 24.
Now that this text has been completed, the next work I’ll be recording is Paul’s Letter to the Romans.
Audio Recordings in Brief
Book Included: Luke
File Links: Luke Part 1 (1-12) and Luke Part 2 (13-24)
File Sizes: 55.91 MB and 43.24 MB (Total of 99.15 MB)
Duration of Recordings: 2 hours, 24 minutes, and 10 seconds
Chapters Recorded: 24
Samples Available: Luke Chapter 1, Luke Chapter 15, and Luke Chapter 24.
Totals for All Recordings
Duration of All Recordings: 5 hours, 58 minutes, and 40 seconds
All Books Recorded: 19 of 27
All Chapters Recorded: 100 of 260
Four Wireless Microphones by AlLes from Pixabay.