Daily Devotion

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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LUKE 4:38-39 -- Here, Luke, the doctor writes. In the grip of a major fever -every word is a medical term. " In the grip of" is the medical Greek for someone definitely laid up with an illness. The Greek m edical writers divided fevers into two...

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Luke 4:31-37 -- I would like to know as much about Capernaum as I do about Nazareth, but the strange fact is that there is even doubt as to the site of this lakeside town where so much of Jesus' mighty works were done. This scripture is especially...

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Luke 4:16-30 (continued) -- The compliment Jesus paid to the Gentiles apparently angered the Jews, especially being done in the Temple. The Jews were so sure that they were God's people that they utterly despised all others. They believed that God...

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Luke 4:16-30 -- One of Jesus' early visits was to Nazareth, his hometown. Nazareth was not a village. It is called a polis which means a town or city, and it may have had as many as 20,000 inhabitants. It stood in a little hollow in the hills on...

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Rev. William Ilnisky Scripture : LUKE 3:21-22! The thinkers of the church have always looked for an answer to the question, "Why did Jesus go to John to be baptized?" The baptisms of John were of repentance, and it is our conviction that Jesus was...

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