Author: L.M. GRANT
In this easy-to-read commentary, the author gives us helpful insight into the Gospel of Luke. It is in this Gospel that Christ is presented beautifully as “the Son of Man,” every part of the book combining to set forth the reality and perfection of His manhood. Here we have His birth announced and described, His increasing in wisdom and stature, His accessibility as One tenderly interested in the welfare of mankind, His “desire” of eating with His disciples, His forgiving words from the cross, His demonstrating to His disciples the reality of His bodily resurrection and His ascension bodily to heaven.
In Luke, it is grace that is emphasized, not only to Israel, but overflowing to the Gentiles as well. This will be seen strikingly here in the parables and miracles of the Lord Jesus. Hence too, that grace which delights to bless, and to lift the soul into the presence of God.