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At the beginning of the Gospel of Luke, its author explains his intention to make "an orderly record" about the person of Jesus so that whoever reads it can "be certain about the things they have been taught." When we open his pages, we find just that. Luke traces the life of Jesus from his birth and ministry to his crucifixion, death, resurrection, and ascension, and presents us with a portrait of a perfect, divine Savior to whom we are fully and believe it completely.

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As a well-traveled doctor and the only non-Jewish writer in the New Testament, Luke placed the story of the birth of Jesus in the context of the Roman Empire and the secular world of his time. Alistair Begg leads us through these first chapters and shows us the need for incarnation: that Jesus had to be fully human and fully God in order to fulfill the plan for our salvation.

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When John the Baptist first came on stage, many thought he was the long-awaited Messiah. Although they regretted to learn that it wasn't him, their disappointment was short-lived: while John was speaking, Christ set off for their region. Soon they would see and hear him in person. In volume two of this series, Alistair Begg describes the explicit reactions that Christ evoked, with people either believing him completely or completely rejecting him.

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In volume three of this series, Alistair Begg focuses on the reign of Christ and the contrast between the values ​​of the world and those of the believer's life. The early ministry and teaching of Jesus focused on a variety of topics including the Sabbath, prayer, evangelism, mercy, love, forgiveness, dependence on God, obedience, and gratitude. In the meantime, we catch a glimpse of the Son of Man as he continued the journey that would take him to Golgotha.

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In Volume 4 of this series, Alistair Begg takes us through Jesus' interactions with a number of people, including his own disciples, a demon possessed man, and the major religious and political figures of his day. Faced with the power of Christ, everyone had to come to a conclusion about who Jesus was – a choice that promised to change his life forever.

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In Volume 5 of this series, Alistair Begg follows Luke 11's account of Christ's continued ministry in Galilee. Jesus patiently taught his disciples to pray, performed a miracle, educated the crowd, and defended the truth against the Pharisees and teachers of the law. At every step he revealed the truth about who he really was: the promised Messiah, the Son of God.

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In Volume 6 of this series, Alistair Begg examines several sermons of Jesus, many of which contained parables that illustrate the divine life. A constant theme is woven through Jesus' teachings to the crowd: "Repent now before it is too late." His warnings are an important reminder to us that one day the opportunity to address him will have passed and God's judgment will be required. Let's seek Him today while He can be found!

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In Volume 7 of this series, Alistair Begg follows Jesus as he interacts with the Pharisees and tells a number of well-known parables. Through these stories, Jesus provided severe criticism of those who use external religion to hide hearts of hypocrisy, pride, and selfishness. These lessons remind us that while God owes us nothing, His invitation to salvation is open to all who are willing to give up their pride and humbly trust and obey Him.

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In Volume 8 of this series, Alistair Begg leads us through Luke's story of Christ's journey to Jerusalem, where he would soon offer himself as a sacrifice for the world. Along the way, Jesus revealed the perverted nature of the kingdom of God – the last to be made first, the lost, found outsider and righteous sinners. As he neared the cross, his words blamed the proud but promised hope for those who rely on his perfection.

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In Volume 9 of this series, Alistair Begg takes us through Luke's account of the life of Christ as his ministry and mission neared its culmination on Golgotha. Jesus prepared both his followers and enemies for his death and resurrection, answering questions about his authority and identity, warning unbelievers of the coming judgment, and comforting believers with the promise of eternal life and communion with God.

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In Volume 10 of this series, Alistair Begg focuses on Luke's description of the last days of Jesus with his disciples, betrayal and arrest. Christ's compassion and love for his friends and enemies was evident in his words and actions. Even in his suffering and betrayal, we see that God's sovereignty is always at work. As his followers, we too will have problems in the world – but we can trust that Jesus rules over all and that God does everything for our good and his glory.

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In Volume 11 of this series, Alistair Begg guides us through the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus. Luke's account does not focus on the sensational details of Jesus' suffering, but rather on what he achieved on the cross. We see characters like Herod, the Roman centurion, Joseph of Arimathea and the women at the tomb before an important decision: will they carry on as they always have, or will the work of redemption and the certain resurrection of Christ change them?

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