Luke


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Luke

New Testament
1. Saint. a fellow worker of Paul and a physician (Colossians 4:14). Feast day: Oct 18
2. the third Gospel, traditionally ascribed to Luke

Luke

early Christian; the “beloved physician.” [N.T.: Luke]
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If this parable is an apocalypse, then Luke is situating readers in the role of the five brothers who are still alive, who still have time to change before the chasm between them and the hungry people at their gates becomes permanent.
Coroner Peter Dean said there was evidence that Luke was showing signs of illness 20 hours after being born and alarm bells should have rung.
He's coming out of the closet in a very soap opera way," notes a chuckling Van Hansis, 24, who plays Luke.
This frightening context is tempered by the down-to-earth portrayals of Luke and his neighbor Jen, another third child.
He asked if Luke was there and would he talk to him.
Luke provides an important detail about Mary and her companions' relationship to Jesus: It is the women who are financing the endeavor.
He, alone, highlights the role that women played in the ministry of Jesus and pre-eminently Luke records the power of prayer in the life of Jesus.
Liverpool coroner Andre Rebello concluded Luke died of cardiac failure caused by the congenital heart disease Edward's syndrome.
Baby Luke Winston-Jones' mum paid tribute to 'a true fighter' as she laid him to rest yesterday.
Luke, who is just nine months old, coos at her and never takes his big, blue eyes from her familiar face.
SCHOOLBOY Luke Walmsley passed notes to his alleged killer's girlfriend in class the day before he was stabbed, a court heard yesterday.