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This clearly-organized, contemporary analysis gives scholars, ministers, and teachers valuable perspective on Luke—from Jesus’ journey to Jerusalem, through the Last Supper, to the resurrection.

136). Knowledge of what God requires is not enough. Such knowledge needs to be put into practice. Love that comes from the heart responds with the hands. In the NT, the Spirit enables the believer to respond (Rom. 8:1–11). What does such love require of humans in terms of how they see themselves in relation to Jesus and God? This is what the NT message is all about, for as Luke has just said, one cannot know the Father except by way of the Son (Luke 10:22). How can one love someone whom one does
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