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Brit Chadasha Foundations-Concepts in Luke-Chapter 24

Luke 24.1-53 tells us about the discovery of Yeshua’s resurrection and the announcement by two angels about it; how the women returned to tell the talmidim about what happened and were not believed, Peter and John race to the tomb

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Brit Chadasah Foundations-Concepts in Luke-Chapter 23

Luke 23.1-56 will tell us about Yeshua’s trials before Pilate and Herod; the crowd choosing Barabbas in an allusion to the Yom Kippur ceremony; Simon carries Yeshua’s cross; his words to the women of Jerusalem; his crucifixion and events and

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Brit Chadasha Foundations-Concepts in Luke -Chapter 21

Luke 21.1-37 gives us a lesson using a widow’s two coins; the beauty of the Temple and its coming destruction; the midrashic aggadah about the budding of the fig tree. The date would be about Nisan 12, 30 AD. v

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Brit Chadasha Foundations-Concepts in Luke-Chapter 20

Luke 20.1-47 tells us how Yeshua deals with a challenge to his authority; he gives a midrashic aggadah about the wicked vinedressers; answers a question about paying taxes to Caesar; another question by a Sadducee about the resurrection and a

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Brit Chadasha Foundations-Concepts in Luke-Chapter 19

Luke 19.1=48 gives us the account of Yeshua going to the house of Zacchaeus; the parable of the minas; Yeshua’s entry into Jerusalem on Nisan 10, four days before Passover; and his teachings in the Temple. v 1…And he entered

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Brit Chadasha Foundations-Concepts in Luke-Chapter 18

Luke 18.1-43 tells us about the persistent widow; the Pharisee from Beit Shammai and the tax-gatherer; receiving the kingdom like a child; a ruler asking Yeshua what he must do to inherit eternal life; and the healing of a blind

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Brit Chadasha Foundations-Concepts in Luke-Chapter 17

Luke 17.1-37 speaks about stumbling blocks (offenses) and forgiveness; what kind of faith we have; the cleansing of ten lepers; the coming of the kingdom of God and the coming of the Messiah in “his day.” v 1…And he said

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Brit Chadasha Foundations-Concepts in Luke-Chapter 16

Luke 16.1-31 contains several midrashic aggadot (parables) aimed primarily at the Pharisees of Beit Shammai who dominated Jewish life in the first century and were lovers of money. It will contain a parable about an unjust steward, using money, faithfulness

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Brit Chadasha Foundations-Concepts in Luke-Chapter 15

Luke 15.1-32 tells us about the grumbling of the Pharisees and scribes from Beit Shammai; the midrashic aggadot of the Lost Sheep, the Lost Coin and the Merciful Father, also known as the parable of the Prodigal Son. This may

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Brit Chadasha Foundations-Concepts in Luke-Chapter 14

Luke 14.1-35 tells us about a healing on the Sabbath at the home of a Pharisee, his midrashic aggadot about invited guests taking seas of honor; inviting the poor and crippled and blind to be guests to a banquet, not

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Brit Chadasah Foundations-Concepts in Luke-Chapter 13

Luke 13.1-35 begins telling us about the news of Pilate killing a group of Galileans (probably Zealots) in the Temple and a warning to repent; the parable of the Fig Tree; the healing of a woman in a synagogue on

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Brit Chadasha Foundations-Concepts in Luke-Chapter 11

Luke 11.1-54 tells us about Yeshua teaching his talmidim to pray; answers a question about demons and sings; and his warning to hypocrites. v 1…And it came about that while he was praying in a certain place (perhaps the Mount

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Brit Chadasha Foundations-Concepts in Luke-Chapter 10

Luke 10.1-42 tells us about Yeshua sending out as shaliachim the seventy; the parable of the Good Samaritan and his visit to the house of Mary and Martha. v 1…Now after this (Luke 9.51-62 in particular) the Lord appointed seventy

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Brit Chadasah Foundations-Concepts in Luke-Chapter 9

Luke 9.1-62 tells us about the twelve talmidim who are now sent out as “shaliachim” to preach the kingdom of God and to heal; the feeding of the five thousand; the Transfiguration; the healing of a boy possessed by a

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Brit Chadasha Foundations-Concepts in Luke-Chapter 8

Luke 8.1-56 tells us about the women who helped Yeshua’s ministry; the parable of the sower; the purpose of his parables and his explanation; the responsibility of his listeners; a stormy sea of Galilee calmed; the healing of a demoniac

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Brit Chadasha Foundations-Concepts in Luke-Chapter 7

Luke 7.1-50 tells us about the healing of a Roman centurion’s servant; the raising of a widow’s son at Nain; answering an eschatological question by John about the concept of the Two Messiahs while John in prison; Yeshua’s endorsement of

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Brit Chadasha Foundations-Concepts in Luke-Chapter 6

Luke 6.1-49 tells us about a controversy between the Pharisees from Beit Shammai and Yeshua concerning the Sabbath, the selection of the twelve talmidim and a description of a sermon similar to Matt 5-7, but at a different time. v

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Brit Chadasha Foundations-Concepts in Luke-Chapter 5

Luke 5.1-39 will tell us about the first talmidim, the healing of a leper and a paralyzed man, the calling of Levi/Matthew, and fasting. v 1…Now it came about (came to be as a result of the excitement of his

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Brit Chadasha Foundations-Concepts in Luke-Chapter 4

Luke 4.1-44 tells us about the testing of Yeshua in the wilderness, the beginning of his ministry in Galilee, his rejection in Nazareth, the healing of a demon-possessed man and Peter’s mother-in-law, and many others. v 1…And Yeshua, full of

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Brit Chadasha Foundations-Concepts in Luke-Chapter 3

Luke 3.1-38 contains an account of the preaching of Yochanon Ha Matvil (John the Immerser) and a genealogy of Yeshua from his mother’s side (the seed of the woman-Gen 3.15). v 1…Now in the fifteenth year of Tiberius Caesar (the

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