Gospel of Luke

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one of the four Gospels in the New Testament

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As a good Christian, it suffice to say that you are aware of the Biblical story of the Prodigal son in the book of Luke 15:11-32.
"Blessed is she who believed that there would be a fulfillment fo what was spoken to her by the Lord," Benedict read from a passage in the book of Luke.
The commentary moves on to suggest that Hemingway's first marriage, to Hadley Richardson, may have influenced the story, underscoring that such a man may need to be "without women." Flora's reading of "Hills" even uses the Bible, specifically the book of Luke, to touch on the correlation between alcohol and the moral decisions accompanying the couple's dilemma.
"Luke: The Book of Blessings and Woes" discusses the book of Luke and how it ties into the greater teachings of faith around the world, as Megan McKenna draws on faith mainly from Christianity, but draws from everything from Rabbis to Japanese spirituality to more modern thinkers.
Koresh had quoted from the Book of Luke that they were expecting to use weapons."
Citing Plato, Dickens, Mohammed, and the Book of Luke, Vinson makes his case against the holiness of legal jargon.
17 In the bible, complete this quote from the book of Luke: "Man cannot live by ...(what) alone"?
Also, California state law allows references to religion when such references "are incidental to or illustrative of matters properly included in the course of study." And before quashing an Easter-related assignment in which Williams assigned students to read a section of the Bible's Book of Luke, the school had allowed him to teach lessons about other religious observances, including Ramadan and Diwali (the Indian religious celebration better known as the "festival of lights").
The Llandeilo Gospels contain the books of Matthew, Mark and an incomplete Book of Luke. But it also contains detailed illustrations with a distinct Celtic flavour.
The verbal mascot of Manjula Padmanabhan's play - 'You take what is not yours and reap what you did not sow' - is hauled out of the book of Luke.
He thinks here of a passage from the book of Luke, which addresses the situation of the oppressed and abused, those whose experiences have dominated this section of Equiano's narrative: "The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he hath anointed me to preach the gospel to the poor; he hath sent me to heal the brokenhearted, to preach deliverance to the captives, and recovering of sight to the blind, to set at liberty them that are bruised, to preach the acceptable year of the Lord" (Luke 4: 18-19).