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Bible Commentaries

Gary H. Everett's Study Notes on the Holy Scriptures

Luke 15

Verses 1-32

Discourse: Jesus Teaches on Perseverance In Luke 15:1 to Luke 17:10 Jesus teaches a continuous discourse that places emphasis on perseverance. He discusses our need to love the sinner (Luke 15:1-32), to be good stewards of what God has given us in this life (Luke 16:1-13), to avoid covetousness (Luke 16:14-31) and offenses (Luke 17:1-4), and to live a lifestyle of servanthood as an expression of faith in God (Luke 17:5-10).

Outline Here is a proposed outline:

1. Jesus Corrects Pharisees on Seeking the Lord Luke 15:1-32

2. Jesus Instructs Disciples on Stewardship Luke 16:1-13

3.) Jesus Rebukes Pharisees on Covetousness Luke 16:14-31

4. Jesus Teaches Disciples on Offences Luke 17:1-4

Verses 1-32

Discourse: Jesus Teaches on Perseverance In Luke 15:1 to Luke 17:10 Jesus teaches a continuous discourse that places emphasis on perseverance. He discusses our need to love the sinner (Luke 15:1-32), to be good stewards of what God has given us in this life (Luke 16:1-13), to avoid covetousness (Luke 16:14-31) and offenses (Luke 17:1-4), and to live a lifestyle of servanthood as an expression of faith in God (Luke 17:5-10).

Outline Here is a proposed outline:

1. Jesus Corrects Pharisees on Seeking the Lord Luke 15:1-32

2. Jesus Instructs Disciples on Stewardship Luke 16:1-13

3.) Jesus Rebukes Pharisees on Covetousness Luke 16:14-31

4. Jesus Teaches Disciples on Offences Luke 17:1-4

Verses 1-32

Discourse: Jesus Teaches on Perseverance In Luke 15:1 to Luke 17:10 Jesus teaches a continuous discourse that places emphasis on perseverance. He discusses our need to love the sinner (Luke 15:1-32), to be good stewards of what God has given us in this life (Luke 16:1-13), to avoid covetousness (Luke 16:14-31) and offenses (Luke 17:1-4), and to live a lifestyle of servanthood as an expression of faith in God (Luke 17:5-10).

Outline Here is a proposed outline:

1. Jesus Corrects Pharisees on Seeking the Lord Luke 15:1-32

2. Jesus Instructs Disciples on Stewardship Luke 16:1-13

3.) Jesus Rebukes Pharisees on Covetousness Luke 16:14-31

4. Jesus Teaches Disciples on Offences Luke 17:1-4

Verses 1-32

Discourse: Jesus Teaches on Perseverance In Luke 15:1 to Luke 17:10 Jesus teaches a continuous discourse that places emphasis on perseverance. He discusses our need to love the sinner (Luke 15:1-32), to be good stewards of what God has given us in this life (Luke 16:1-13), to avoid covetousness (Luke 16:14-31) and offenses (Luke 17:1-4), and to live a lifestyle of servanthood as an expression of faith in God (Luke 17:5-10).

Outline Here is a proposed outline:

1. Jesus Corrects Pharisees on Seeking the Lord Luke 15:1-32

2. Jesus Instructs Disciples on Stewardship Luke 16:1-13

3.) Jesus Rebukes Pharisees on Covetousness Luke 16:14-31

4. Jesus Teaches Disciples on Offences Luke 17:1-4

Verses 1-32

Discourse: Jesus Teaches on Perseverance In Luke 15:1 to Luke 17:10 Jesus teaches a continuous discourse that places emphasis on perseverance. He discusses our need to love the sinner (Luke 15:1-32), to be good stewards of what God has given us in this life (Luke 16:1-13), to avoid covetousness (Luke 16:14-31) and offenses (Luke 17:1-4), and to live a lifestyle of servanthood as an expression of faith in God (Luke 17:5-10).

Outline Here is a proposed outline:

1. Jesus Corrects Pharisees on Seeking the Lord Luke 15:1-32

2. Jesus Instructs Disciples on Stewardship Luke 16:1-13

3.) Jesus Rebukes Pharisees on Covetousness Luke 16:14-31

4. Jesus Teaches Disciples on Offences Luke 17:1-4

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Everett, Gary H. "Commentary on Luke 15". Gary H. Everett's Study Notes on the Holy Scriptures. https://www.studylight.org/commentaries/eng/ghe/luke-15.html. 2013.