Bite-Sized Gospel

Lessons from the Gospel of Luke

There is nothing so lovely and nothing so rare as Christian forgiveness.

So long as a man’s heart beats, the invitation of Christ still stands.

Jesus said “I, when I am lifted up from the earth, will draw all men to myself.”

A word to the living is worth a cataract of tributes to the dead.
Jesus is not only someone to be studied; he is someone to be met and lived with every day.
The Christian goes onwards, not to a night which falls, but to a dawn which breaks.

The Jesus who died was in truth the one who in actual historical fact faced and fought and conquered death and rose again.

To die is not to go out into the dark; it is to go to him.