Continuing our study in the Gospel of Luke, we see recorded what is usually referred to as the Lord’s Prayer. More accurately, this should be called the disciples’ prayer, for it provides a structure or model for praying to the Heavenly Father.
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Our examination of the Gospel of Luke reveals the extent of detail that the author provides concerning the Messiah who was promised from the time of the Garden. Writing from the mindset of a Greek, Luke presents the Perfect Man who comes into human history to accomplish salvation for fallen mankind.
One of the most fascinating studies for this writer has been examining the writings of Dr. Luke. His gospel and the Acts of the Apostles give us much insight into the skilled and analytical mind of this Gentile author. Probably converted under the preaching of the Apostle Paul, Luke presents Christ in his gospel with the mindset of a Greek – the perfect Man.