Luke 1:5-25
An angel told Zechariah that his wife Elizabeth would bear a son, John.
Luke 1:26-38
An angel told a virgin named Mary that she would bear a son, to be named Jesus.
Luke 1:39-45
Mary visited Elizabeth.
Luke 1:46-56
Mary praised God.
Luke 1:57-66
What happened when John was born.
Luke 1:67-80
Zechariah praised God and predicted what his son would do.
Luke 2:1-7
Jesus was born in Bethlehem.
Luke 2:8-20
Responding to the angel's announcement, shepherds went to see Jesus.
Luke 2:21-24
They circumcised Jesus and presented him to the Lord.
Luke 2:25-35
Simeon prophesied about what Jesus would do.
Luke 2:36-38
Anna praised God for Jesus and told others about him.
Luke 2:39-40
Jesus grew up in Nazareth.
Luke 2:41-52
What Jesus did in the Temple when he was a boy.
Luke 3:21-22
John baptized Jesus.
Luke 3:23-38
The list of Jesus' ancestors.
Luke 4:1-13
Jesus refused to do the things that Satan suggested to him.
Luke 3:1-20
What John the Baptizer preached.
Luke 4:14-15
Jesus began his work in Galilee district.
Luke 4:16-30
The people of Jesus' hometown tried to kill him after he rebuked them for rejecting him.
Luke 4:31-37
Jesus expelled an evil spirit.
Luke 4:38-41
Jesus healed Simon's mother-in-law and many others.
Luke 4:42-44
Jesus told them that he had to preach in other towns.
Luke 5:1-11
Jesus chose some fishermen to be his disciples.
Luke 5:12-16
Jesus healed a leper and enabled him to associate with people again.
Luke 5:17-26
By healing a paralyzed man Jesus showed that he had authority to forgive sins, too.
Luke 5:27-32
Jesus answered criticism about associating with sinful people.
Luke 5:33-39
Jesus explained that people could not follow both their old customs and his new teaching.
Luke 6:1-11
Jesus explained why he had authority to decide what his disciples should do on the Sabbath day.
Luke 6:12-16
Jesus chose twelve apostles.
Luke 6:17-26
Jesus taught them which people God would be pleased with and which people he would be displeased with.
Luke 6:27-36
Jesus taught how we should act toward those who are not kind to us.
Luke 6:37-42
Jesus taught that we should not decide how God should punish others.
Luke 6:43-45
Jesus taught that what people do reflects their inner thoughts.
Luke 6:46-49
Jesus taught why it is necessary to obey his teaching, not just listen to it.
Luke 7:1-10
Jesus healed a man without going to his house because the man's master believed that Jesus could do that.
Luke 7:11-17
Jesus caused a widow's son to become alive again.
Luke 7:18-35
Jesus taught about his ministry and the ministry of John the Baptizer.
Luke 7:36-50
Jesus told why he appreciated the sinful woman pouring perfume on his feet.
Luke 8:1-3
The list of women who helped Jesus.
Luke 8:4-8
The story about four different kinds of soil.
Luke 8:9-15
Jesus explained that the story represented different ways people respond to his teaching.
Luke 8:16-18
Jesus explained the need to make his truth clear to others.
Luke 8:19-21
Jesus told them that some people are as dear to him as his own relatives.
Luke 8:22-25
Jesus calmed a storm.
Luke 8:26-39
Jesus expelled many demons from a man.
Luke 8:40-56
Jesus caused a young girl to become alive again and healed a woman who had been bleeding for years.
Luke 9:1-6
Jesus sent out his apostles to teach and heal people.
Luke 9:7-11
Herod was uncertain about who was doing these miracles.
Luke 9:12-17
Jesus fed over 5,000 people miraculously.
Luke 9:18-27
After Peter expressed his belief that Jesus is the Messiah, Jesus predicted his own death and resurrection.
Luke 9:28-36
Jesus talked with Moses and Elijah.
Luke 9:37-43a
Jesus expelled a demon from a boy.
Luke 9:43b-45
Jesus predicted his arrest.
Luke 9:46-48
Jesus told his disciples who is really great in God's sight.
Luke 9:49-50
Jesus told them not to forbid others from expelling demons.
Luke 9:51-56
People in a Samaritan town refused to welcome Jesus.
Luke 9:57-62
Jesus told three people what it would cost them if they became his disciples.
Luke 10:1-12
Jesus instructed seventy-two other disciples before sending them out.
Luke 10:13-16
Jesus warned the unbelievers in three towns.
Luke 10:17-24
Jesus commented on their ministry after the seventy-two returned.
Luke 10:25-37
Jesus taught that we must show our love to everyone, even ones we do not like to associate with.
Luke 10:38-42
Jesus rebuked Martha for being too concerned about household chores.
Luke 11:1-13
Jesus taught his disciples various things about prayer.
Luke 11:14-28
Jesus taught people various things about demons.
Luke 11:29-36
Jesus rebuked the people for wanting more miracles.
Luke 11:37-54 (Mt. 23:1-36; Mk. 12:38-40)
Jesus rebuked the Jewish leaders for only pretending to be good.
Luke 12:1-3
Jesus warned the people not to be like the Pharisees.
Luke 12:4-12
Jesus told them not to be afraid to tell others of their faith in him.
Luke 12:13-21
Jesus warned them about being greedy.
Luke 12:22-34
Jesus told his disciples not to worry about the things that they need.
Luke 12:35-48
Jesus told them that they should be ready for his return.
Luke 12:49-53
Jesus warned them that they would face opposition even within their own families.
Luke 12:54-59
Jesus told the people that they needed to settle their relationship with God before it was too late.
Luke 13:1-5
Jesus warned the people that God would punish them if they did not turn from their sinful lives.
Luke 13:6-9
Jesus warned that he would punish the Jews for not showing that they appreciated God's blessings.
Luke 13:10-17
Jesus told a synagogue leader that he was being hypocritical regarding working on the Sabbath.
Luke 13:18-21 (Mt. 13:31-33; Mk. 4:30-32)
Jesus gave two illustrations about God's rule over people's lives.
Luke 13:22-30 (Mt. 7:13-14, 21-23)
Jesus warns that not all people who think that they will go to heaven will go there.
Luke 13:31-35 (Mt. 23:37-39)
Jesus stated that it was necessary for him as a prophet to die in Jerusalem.
Luke 14:1-6
Jesus told the Jewish leaders that they were being hypocritical about not helping people on the Sabbath.
Luke 14:7-11
Jesus taught that we should not try to make ourselves seem important.
Luke 14:12-14
Jesus taught that we should share with others who cannot repay us.
Luke 14:15-24
Jesus taught that many Jews would reject God's invitation to come to him.
Luke 14:25-33
Jesus warned that it would be difficult to be his disciple.
Luke 14:34-35
Jesus warned about losing our usefulness to God.
Luke 15:1-10
Jesus taught that God is pleased when people turn from their sinful behavior.
Luke 15:11-32
Jesus taught the Jewish leaders that they also ought to be glad when people turn from their sinful ways.
Luke 16:1-13
Jesus taught that we should handle our money in ways that are pleasing to God.
Luke 16:14-18
Jesus taught that God's laws are permanent.
Luke 16:19-31
Jesus warned what would happen to those who did not share their possessions with poor people.
Luke 17:1-4
Jesus warned about God punishing those who cause others to sin.
Luke 17:5-6
Jesus taught them what big things they could accomplish if they had true faith.
Luke 17:7-10
Jesus taught that we should serve God faithfully without expecting to be thanked.
Luke 17:11-19
Jesus healed ten lepers, but only a non-Jewish one thanked him.
Luke 17:20-21
Jesus taught that God's rule is within our lives.
Luke 17:22-37
Jesus told his disciples that without warning he would return and judge people.
Luke 18:1-8
Jesus taught about continuing to believe that God will answer prayer.
Luke 18:9-14
Jesus taught about not thinking that we are better than others in God's sight.
Luke 18:15-17
Jesus taught about accepting God's rule in our lives as easily as little children do.
Luke 18:18-30 (Mt. 19:16-29; Mk. 10:17-30)
Jesus taught that rich people do not easily let God rule their lives.
Luke 18:31-34 (Mt. 20:17-19; Mk. 10:32-34)
Jesus again predicted his death and resurrection.
Luke 18:35-43
Jesus healed a blind man.
Luke 19:1-10
Zacchaeus changed his way of life after talking with Jesus.
Luke 19:11-27 (Mt. 25:14-30)
Jesus taught about being willing to take risks in using what he has given us.
Luke 19:28-40 (Mt. 21:1-9; Mk. 11:1-10; Jn. 12:12-15)
Jesus entered Jerusalem humbly, but like a king.
Luke 19:41-44
Jesus prophesied that Jerusalem would be destroyed.
Luke 19:45-48
Jesus expelled the merchants from the Temple courtyard and taught there.
Luke 20:1-8
Jesus refused to answer their question about his authority.
Luke 20:9-18
Jesus told a parable about how God would punish those who reject him.
Luke 20:19-26
Jesus foiled their attempts to trap him when they asked a question about paying taxes.
Luke 20:27-40
Jesus foiled their attempt to trap him with a question that they asked him about the resurrection.
Luke 20:41-44 (Mt. 22:41-45; Mk. 12:35-37)
Jesus showed them that the Messiah must be greater than King David.
Luke 20:45-47 (Mt. 23:1-36; Mk. 12:38-40)
Jesus warned them not to show off like the teachers of the Jewish laws did.
Luke 21:1-4
Jesus taught that God commends people who give to him sacrificially.
Luke 21:5-19
Jesus warned them about the terrible things that will happen before he returns.
Luke 21:20-24
Jesus predicted that Jerusalem would be destroyed.
Luke 21:25-28
Jesus told them about the frightening things that will happen before he returns.
Luke 21:29-33
Jesus taught them how to know when his return was near.
Luke 21:34-38
Jesus taught them how to be ready for his return.
Luke 22:1-6
Judas agreed to put Jesus into his enemies' hands.
Luke 22:7-13
Jesus arranged for his disciples to prepare the Passover meal.
Luke 22:14-23
Jesus told them how they should remember his death for them.
Luke 22:24-30
Jesus taught them that they should imitate him by serving each other humbly.
Luke 22:31-34
Jesus predicted that Peter would say that he did not know Jesus.
Luke 22:35-38
Jesus warned his disciples that they would soon face opposition.
Luke 22:39-46
Jesus prayed alone intensely.
Luke 22:47-53
Jesus' enemies captured him.
Luke 22:54-62
Peter said three times that he did not know Jesus.
Luke 22:63-65
The soldiers made fun of Jesus.
Luke 22:66-71
The Jewish leaders asked Jesus about his identity.
Luke 23:1-5
They accused Jesus before Pilate, the Roman governor.
Luke 23:6-12
After Pilate sent Jesus to Herod, Jesus refused to answer Herod's questions.
Luke 23:13-25
Pilate was unsuccessful in his efforts to set Jesus free.
Luke 23:26-31
The soldiers nailed Jesus to a cross.
Luke 23:32-49
The things that happened when Jesus died.
Luke 23:50-56
Joseph and others buried Jesus while some women watched.
Luke 24:1-12
Some women discovered that Jesus had become alive again.
Luke 24:13-35
Jesus appeared to two disciples as they were walking to Emmaus.
Luke 24:36-49
Jesus appeared to many of his disciples and taught them more and gave them other instructions.
Luke 24:50-53
Jesus left his disciples and returned to heaven.