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Does St. Luke likewise begin his Gospel with this household? Vbkse 5. Who was
king over Judea at this time ? How long before Christ was horn did he ascend the
throne ? 40 B. c. What offic had Zachariat t What does of the course of Abiah ...
Since the selections for a full six-months are chosen from the Gospel of St. Luke,
a short account of the writer of this Gospel is furnished in the Sunday-school
Department of the Guardian, to which we modestly refer the teacher. General
In this lesson we have the first intimation of a coming Saviour, from our Gospel
writer. It was Gabriel's whisper to Zacharias. Presently we shall hear the louder
strains. It was neces- tary for such a forerunner to come, who should open the
From whom do you suppose St. Luke gathered the material for this part of the
Gospel ? Who could best tell him the particulars of Christ's mysterious birth, and
all the extraordinary circumstances attending it ? Chap. ii. 19. Was it a high honor
The two opening chapters of St. Luke's Gospel are rich in glorious Canticles.
Here is a cluster of songs: 1. Gabriel's Hymn, i. 28; 2. The Hymn of Elizabeth, i. 42
-44 ; 3. The Hymn of Mary. j. 46-55; 4. The Hymn of Zicharias. i. 68-79; 5.
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these words are true, there shall come a time when the lamb shall speak with the wolf and they will lay down together as bretheren and the lamb will eat the grass and the wolf shall only eat of the deer, and they shall be just and as one and all manner of things born of light and dark shall give themselves unto the lord and the son and the great holy spirit. And they shall love one another till the kingdom of peace is at it's end. And shall not do harm unto each other, but shall leave their way unto peace, and men shall shrink at the sight of them and shall not harm of one single hair upon their head until their work is done. These are the words of the guardians, if you fall by the way, pick yourselves up with the lord so that you may do his works. So saith the lord.