Bite-Sized Gospel

Lessons from the Gospel of Luke

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Don’t make an agony of your religion.
Joy is a primary Christian characteristic.
It is a mistake to despise the new wine, for the day will come when it has matured and it will be best of all.
When we read scripture we must say “Speak, Lord, for thy servant is listening.”
There is an ever-present danger of setting loyalty to a system above loyalty to
God.
If we really love him, we will also love each other.
The joy of heaven will amply compensate for the trouble of earth.
Christian conduct consists, not in refraining from bad things, but in actively
doing good things.
Always our speech betrays us.
The only true foundation is obedience to the teaching of Jesus.