Day by Day Through the Bible: Twenty-Four Days in Luke - Digital Download
Luke may have had several goals in writing. First, to assure his readers of the certainty of what they had been taught. Second, to help his readers understand how Israel’s rejection of Jesus and the entrance of the kingdom by the Gentiles was all in accordance with the divine plan. Third, to clarify for his readers Jesus’ teaching concerning the end times. And fourth, to emphasize to his readers they need not fear Rome. This 52-page devotion takes you through Luke one chapter a day for twenty-four days.
Comment: I do not know what you think about God. I do not know what you think about Jesus. I do not what you think about the Holy Spirit. But I know, based on Luke 3, they all come together in the Jordan River when Jesus is baptized. They are identified separately, thus we as Christians believe in the triune God; the Trinity: God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. I believe in the Trinity. How about you?
Prayer: Simon Peter had a bad night, could not catch any fish, but You were there. I had a night from hell. It was a bad night, but You were there. What was important to Simon Peter changed. Change what is important to us. And, if You are calling us to let our nets down on the other side of the boat, to do something different, make it clear to us by giving us a big catch and changing our priorities.
DAY BY DAY THROUGH THE BIBLE is a daily devotion for serious Bible readers. It is a stimulating journey through all 66 books of the Bible, day by day. After reading a passage of Scripture, you experience comments, life applications, and prayers each day. DAY BY DAY is based on written records of 35 years of personal Bible reading journals–unique insights—you will not get anywhere else. There are 66 downloadable chapters of DAY BY DAY, one for each book of the Bible. Get them all, one at a time, and enjoy the whole Bible day by day.