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Luke 24:2

Luke 24:2

To watch the Son of God, suffer so cruelly on the cross, must have broken the heart of so many people, who loved this holy Lamb of God, Who had come to seek and to save that which was lost.

We are told that Joseph of Aramathea, a good and righteous man, went boldly to Pilate, and craved the dead body of Jesus, which he wrapped in a clean linen cloth, and laid it in his own new tomb. He had been a secret disciple of Christ for some time – but was now, read more...

Luke 24:6

Luke 24:6

We are so familiar with the glorious resurrection of the Lord Jesus, through which we who believe have received His resurrected life, that we often lose the poignancy of the event. The grief-stricken women who loved their Lord so deeply and had witness Christ's excruciating punishment and death, had been prevented from anointing His body due to religious restrictions.

Many tears must have flowed since His death.. as the annual read more...

Luke 24:21

Luke 24:21

The touching account of the two disheartened disciples walking the seven-mile journey to Emmaus, is unique to the book of Luke and gives a beautiful glimpse into the tender heart of our God.

Having just read of Christ's glorious resurrection, been introduced to the women who sped to tell the apostles that Jesus is risen from the dead.. and having read how Peter immediately rushed to the tomb and was amazed to see nothing but the read more...

Luke 24:26

Luke 24:26

Sometimes we can be so distressed or disappointed; so angry or worried; so hurt or fearful that we miss the incredible blessing that God has organised in our very midst. This is what happened to His disciples following Christ’s cruel crucifixion. They were so deeply affected by the great travesty they had just witnessed, that they almost missed the incredible blessings that it brought in its wake.

Mary lingered a long time at read more...

Luke 24:27

Luke 24:27

For three days and nights the Lord Jesus was buried in the securely guarded tomb of Joseph of Arimathea, but on that astonishing resurrection morning, long nights of weeping turned to joy and laughter, as first the women, and then various individuals and groups of disciples were visited by the risen Lord Jesus Christ - Who revealed Himself to those He loved, and to those that loved Him.

One of the most beautiful meetings must have read more...

Luke 24:45

Luke 24:45

What an amazing Bible study those two disciples received from the Lord Jesus on the road to Emmaus that day, when He opened their hearts to understand the Scriptures - truths to which their minds had previously been blinded. It is possible that some of the passages to which the Lord referred were verses they themselves knew by heart, and most likely would have recognised from the weekly synagogue reading, each Sabbath day. Jesus referred to the Law, the read more...