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As Christ left Galilee He sent out the seventy disciples on their mission Luke The parable of the good Samaritan and the events of John 9 and John 10 occurred during the Perean ministry. After the feast of dedication in Jerusalem John After the resurrection of Lazarus Jn Until the time of His triumphal entry into Jerusalem at the beginning of the Passion Week, Christ was not inactive.
The Scriptures record the cleansing of ten lepers, the interview with the rich young ruler Lk While at Bethany He was anointed by Mary. Perea was east of the Jordan see map: During this time he traveled to Bethany in Judea John We are also neighbors, looking for opportunities to show mercy in the name of Christ Luke But at the heart of all our ministry is devotion to Christ, so we must be worshipers who take time to listen to His Word and commune with Him Luke Whether we are in the harvest field, on the highway, or in the home, our highest privilege and our greatest joy is to do the will of God.
And so with the Galilee ministry now closed, the journey to Jerusalem has begun. It is notable that this section of Luke from chapter 10 to chapter 18 is unique to this Gospel excepting the section in Lk In the immediate context Jesus gave the condition for following Him declaring that "No one, after putting his hand to the plow and looking back, is fit for the kingdom of God.
The image is graphic, for who can plow straight ahead toward a goal while looking back? Any farmer knows the result will be crooked furrows! Discipleship cannot be double-minded.
Refer to the Table at the top of this page - noticed a major break point in Jesus' ministry occurs at Luke 9: After crossing the river, He entered Jericho, then ascended the mountain to Bethany and Jerusalem.
There He was crucified. With the word "ascension" Luke refers to the entire passion experience, including Jesus' death, resurrection, and ascension.
At this place Luke begins a new section of his Gospel: It is in this context Now after this that Jesus appoints 70 others and sent them out in pairs on mission.
These 70 men would surely have heard Jesus' words in Luke 9 and yet were not deterred from following Him. And so He proceeds to give them their "marching orders" so to speak in Luke There's been a preface: The second part of the Gospel of Luke—chapters 1 and 2—deals with the birth and infancy of Jesus.
Chapter 3 and the first half of chapter 4 deal with the preparation of Jesus for His ministry, including His relationship with John the Baptist.
Then, from the middle of chapter 4, all the way through chapter 9, Luke presents to us the great Galilean ministry of Jesus, which begins with Jesus stating that the power of the Spirit is upon Him.
In that great Galilean ministry, the focus had been upon Jesus' teaching and preaching, His healing and exorcism, His calling of disciples and His conflict with religious leadership. Beginning with Luke 9: It goes all the way from Luke 9: He leaves Galilee, cuts through the northern part of Samaria, and goes across to the east, to the area of land now called Jordan, the modern country of Jordan.
In biblical days, that area was called Perea As we read this particular text today, we want to do what we always do when we come to the Scripture, and ask two questions: But answering the question, "What does the Bible say?
It's not sufficient, therefore, to talk about Jesus sending out the seventy-two, because that's ancient history. The Scripture becomes living as we find ourselves in the text.
Therefore, I have called this message "Seventy-two Plus You.
While some of the instructions are similar to Matthew's account of sending out the 12, the sending of the 70 is a distinct episode cf Luke's mention of sending the 12 in Lk 9:The setup to the Chamberlain role play is critical in my mind and essential to the success of the class and for achieving the learning objectives.
That’s why there’s so much time on the front end. General Joshua Chamberlain at the Battle of Gettysburg. Chamberlain as a General. This past July marked the st anniversary of the action at Gettysburg which gave him the Medal of Honor.. Chamberlain the Man.
Chamberlain did not come from a military background. NOTE: This Verse by Verse Commentary page is part of an ongoing project to add notes to each verse of the timberdesignmag.comore many verses do not yet have notes, but if the Lord tarries and gives me breath, additions will follow in the future.
The goal is to edify and equip you for the work of service (Eph note) that the Lord God might be glorified in your life and in His Church. The Thornton Family. Click the link for the Thornton family of Oxcliffe, to the extent that it is known, plus the Thornton's of East Newton, in Yorkshire, who may be related.
Archives and past articles from the Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia Daily News, and timberdesignmag.com Part 1: The Mark of a Good Leader By Lyn Chaffart The book of Joshua is rich in lessons for our day and age, and the upcoming 18 lessons, appearing in the Nugget on Saturday evenings, will be focusing on practical tips from this book that can help us in our walk with the Lord.