Begin a project of reading a gospel and let it start with Luke

Reading the Bible

In the first verses of his gospel, Luke details his purpose to his disciple Theophilus “so that you will know the certainty of the things you’ve been taught.”

This concept catapults the reader straight to the current day. New believers are being taught many things that come from many sources.

The authority of God’s word is the basis for Christian faith. It’s encouraging to see Luke starting his gospel this way as he affirms the faith of Theophilus, and provides assurance for us.

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