Daily Devotionals

The Gospel of Luke 1-3, part 6

Daily Devotional Luke’s account of the birth and earliest days of Jesus is both anchored in 1st Century Judea and steeped in the Old Testament. Jesus is presented as the fulfilment of the Hope of Israel, of the tribe of Judah, the offspring of Abraham and of Adam. Ness Hughes leads this series of devotionals … Continue reading The Gospel of Luke 1-3, part 6

The Gospel of Luke 1-3, part 5

Daily Devotional Luke’s account of the birth and earliest days of Jesus is both anchored in 1st Century Judea and steeped in the Old Testament. Jesus is presented as the fulfilment of the Hope of Israel, of the tribe of Judah, the offspring of Abraham and of Adam. Ness Hughes leads this series of devotionals … Continue reading The Gospel of Luke 1-3, part 5

The Gospel of Luke 1-3, part 4

Daily Devotional Luke’s account of the birth and earliest days of Jesus is both anchored in 1st Century Judea and steeped in the Old Testament. Jesus is presented as the fulfilment of the Hope of Israel, of the tribe of Judah, the offspring of Abraham and of Adam. Ness Hughes leads this series of devotionals … Continue reading The Gospel of Luke 1-3, part 4

The Gospel of Luke 1-3, part 3

Daily Devotional Luke’s account of the birth and earliest days of Jesus is both anchored in 1st Century Judea and steeped in the Old Testament. Jesus is presented as the fulfilment of the Hope of Israel, of the tribe of Judah, the offspring of Abraham and of Adam. Ness Hughes leads this series of devotionals … Continue reading The Gospel of Luke 1-3, part 3

The Gospel of Luke 1-3, part 2

Daily Devotional Luke’s account of the birth and earliest days of Jesus is both anchored in 1st Century Judea and steeped in the Old Testament. Jesus is presented as the fulfilment of the Hope of Israel, of the tribe of Judah, the offspring of Abraham and of Adam. Ness Hughes leads this series of devotionals … Continue reading The Gospel of Luke 1-3, part 2

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