Daily Devotion

Luke 5:27-32 -- Here, we have the call of Matthew. Of all people in Israel, the tax collectors were the most hated. Israel was a country subject to the Romans; tax collectors had taken service under the Roman government; therefore, they were...

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Luke 5:18-26 -- We have a vivid story here. Jesus was in a house teaching. The houses of Israel were flat-roofed and had the slightest tilt to make the rain runoff. What does this passage about forgiving sins mean? We must remember that sin and...

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Luke 5:16-17 -- There are only two verses here; but as we read them, we must pause, for this indeed, is a milestone. The scribes and the Pharisees had arrived on the scene. The opposition which would never be satisfied until it had killed Jesus had...

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Luke 5:12-15 -- In Israel, there WERE TWO KINDS OF LEPROSY. There was one that was rather like a bad skin disease, and it was the less serious of the two. The other was one in which the disease started from a small spot, ate away the flesh until...

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Luke 5:1-11 -- The famous water in Galilee is called by three names---the Sea of Galilee, the Sea of Tiberias, and the Lake of Gennesaret. It is thirteen miles long, and eight miles wide. It lies in a dip in the earth's surface and is 680 feet...

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Luke 4:40-44 -- Early in the morning, Jesus went out to be alone. He was able to meet the insistent need of people only because He first companied with His Father God. There is no word of complaint or resentment when Jesus' privacy was invaded by...

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