The Gospel Of Luke And John

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The gospel of Luke and John are gospels about Jesus and John the Baptist. They have several differences and similarities. The Gospel of Luke describes the conception and birth of John the Baptist and Jesus while the gospel of Luke describes their life after birth. Summaries, variances, and connections of these two gospels are discussed below. The Gospel of Luke focuses on the conception and the birth of John the Baptist and Jesus. It also provides the histories of Elizabeth and Zachariah. It also describes Angel Gabriel’s announcement to Zachariah and the Virgin Mary. In the first four verses, Luke gives a short but valuable outline about the nature of the gospel. He says he want to declare those things that are most assuredly believed…show more content…
The son would also go before Jesus to turn disobedient to the wisdom of the just and the hearts of fathers to children. He was also to prepare people for the coming of the Lord. Elizabeth conceives, and she hides for five months glorifying God for enabling her to conceive. God sends angel Gabriel after six months to a virgin called Mary in the city of Nazareth. The angel tells her to rejoice since she was highly favored and would bear a son named Jesus. The son will be great and will be called the Son of the Highest and God will give him the throne of David. He will also reign over Jacob’s house forever. Mary, just like Zachariah doubts the angel’s words since she didn’t know a man. The angel tells her that she will conceive of the Holy Spirit and Jesus will be called the Son of God. He tells her that her relative is also pregnant for with God nothing is impossible. Mary says that she is a servant of God and he could do whatever he wished with her. Mary visits Elizabeth, and they both celebrate their blessings. Elizabeth is filled with the Holy Spirit and asks why she was granted that privilege that the mother of her Lord should visit her. She also says that as soon as Mary greeted her, the babe leaped in her womb in joy. She also calls Mary a happy woman for those things that were told to her will be fulfilled because of her faith. Mary also magnifies God for allowing
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