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The goal is to edify and equip you for the work of service (Eph -13-note) that the Lord God might be glorified in your life and in His Church.Amen (Isa 61:3b, Mt -note) Luke 10:1–12 The Charge to the Seventy-two (or Seventy) Luke –16 Woes Pronounced on Impenitent Cities Luke –20 The Return of the Seventy-two (or Seventy) Luke –24 The Rejoicing of Jesus Luke –37 The Parable of the Samaritan Who Cared Luke –42 Mary of Bethany Makes the Right Choice THE SEVENTY COMMISSIONED Luke 10:1-12 Remember as you read Luke 10, you are reading from Luke's central section which covers Lk - and it deals with the Jesus' Perean ministry with episodes from other ministries.And so with the Galilee ministry now closed, the journey to Jerusalem has begun.It is notable that this section of Luke from chapter 10 to chapter 18 is unique to this Gospel (excepting the section in Lk -32).(Ed: Any farmer knows the result will be crooked furrows!) Discipleship cannot be double-minded." Hendriksen on after this - This probably means: after Jesus started on his journey to Jerusalem, as recorded in Lk -note.
Therefore many verses do not yet have notes, but if the Lord tarries and gives me breath, additions will follow in the future.The second part of the Gospel of Luke—chapters 1 and 2—deals with the birth and infancy of Jesus. So Jesus explicitly mentions there was a harvest waiting among hated people, to people who were looked down upon and to people who were neglected. The people who have felt excluded, have been looked down upon, neglected, broken—these people are ready for the kingdom of God.Chapter 3 and the first half of chapter 4 deal with the preparation of Jesus for His ministry, including His relationship with John the Baptist. (Seventy-Two Plus You) Charles Wesley wrote "More Laborers" which includes these lines: Convert and send forth more Into thy Church abroad; And let them speak thy word of power, As workers with their God.(Bible Exposition Commentary) Now after this - This time phrase begs the question "" In context, Luke is referring to the events in Luke 9:1-62 which marked the close of Jesus' ministry in the region of Galilee.In Luke , at the Transfiguration, Moses and Elijah "who, appearing in glory, were speaking of His departure which He was about to accomplish (pleroo - to fufill) at Jerusalem." (Lk ) Luke goes on to add "And it came about, when the days were approaching for His ascension, that He resolutely set (sterizo) His face to go to Jerusalem" (Lk -note) and thus "He was journeying with His face toward Jerusalem." (Lk ).