CHRIS BENFIELD - Sermon Notes
BRIAN BILL - Sermon
JIM BOMKAMP Sermon Notes
- Luke 13:1-17 Jesus Teaches About The Importance Of Repenting / The Unfruitful Fig Tree / Jesus Heals On The Sabbath
- Luke 13:18-35 Kingdom Parables / The Narrow Door / Jesus Warned Herod Wants To Kill Him
- Luke 13:1-9 - The Right Kind of Religion
- Luke 13:1-9 - Why do tragedies happen?
- Luke 13:10-21 - The Gracious Kingdom
- Luke 13:22-35 - The Narrow Door
CAMBRIDGE BIBLE COMMENTARY FOR SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES
ALAN CARR - Sermons
CENTURY BIBLE COMMENTARY
- Luke 13:1-9 What We Should Learn From Tragedies
- Luke 13:10-17 Religion Versus Reality
- Luke 13:18-21 Why You Want To Be On Jesus’ Side
- Luke 13:22-30 The Narrow Door
- Luke 13:31-35 Christ Would, But They Would Not
W A CRISWELL - sermon
- Luke 13:1-21 Interpreting Circumstances; Repentance
- Luke 13:22-14:35 Just A Few Being Saved?; Count The Cost; Salt
JOHN DUMMELOW Commentary
- The Message of Repentance Clothed in Tragedies Luke 13:1-5
- Suspended Judgment and a Reason for Judgment Luke 13:6-17
- What Is the Kingdom of God Like? Luke 13:18-21
- The Narrow Door Luke 13:22-30
- Jesus' Compassion and Our Indifference Luke 13:31-35
ALFRED EDERSHEIM - Life and Times of the Messiah
- Luke 12:1-13:17 - To the Disciples - Two Events and Their Moral
- Luke 13:22, John 10:22-42 - At the Feast of the Dedication of the Temple
- Luke 12:13-21 The Foolish Rich Man
- Luke 13:6-9 The Barren Fig Tree
EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE Commentary - Henry Burton
D Edmond Hiebert - A practical, warm-hearted exposition by a conservative scholar. Although written during the nineteenth century, it is rich in its interpretative contents, as, for example, on chapter 15.
FARRAR, F W - Cambridge Greek Testament for Schools and Colleges
D Edmond Hiebert - Greek text. The work of a famous British scholar of the past century. In spite of its age, the phrase-by-phrase treatment is worth consulting.
- Luke 13:1-5 Human Tragedy
- Luke 13:6-9 The Parable of the Barren Fig Tree
- Luke 13:10-17 Cured At Last
- Luke 13:18-21 Two Instructive Parables
- Luke 13:18-21 What is the Kingdom of God Like
- Luke 13:22-23 Three Sensible Questions About Salvation
- Luke 13:24-30 Strive To Enter In
- Luke 13:24 The Strait Gate
- Luke 13:30-35 Ye Would Not
- Luke 13:6-9 What is the meaning of the Parable of the Fig Tree?
- Luke 13:23-24 Just How Narrow is the Narrow Gate?
- Luke 13:20-21 What is the meaning of the Parable of the Leaven?
- Luke 13:11 What is a spirit of infirmity?"
- Luke 13:18-19 What is the meaning of the Parable of the Mustard Seed?
- With all of the different religions, how can I know which one is correct?
- Is Jesus really the only way to Heaven?
- Will more people go to heaven or to hell?
- Why did God make salvation such a narrow path?
- Why is being a good person not enough to get you into heaven?
ROBERT HAWKER- Poor Man's Commentary
- Luke 13:1-5 Why Florida? Theodicy
- Luke 13:1-5 There's Got To Be A Reason
- Luke 13:23-30 Is Heaven Wide Open?
HAMPTON KEATHLEY IV
Cyril Barber - An excellent handling of Luke's theme, replete with the author's own translation and an exposition that is at once refreshing and satisfying.
FRANKLIN L KIRKSEY
PAUL E. KRETZMANN - Lutheran Perspective
LIFE APPLICATION BIBLE - Notes on Luke (158 pages) includes nice black and white maps
- Luke Application Study Notes - These are practical notes which help you apply the text.
JOHN LIGHTFOOT - Commentary
- Luke 13:1-5 Supernatural Lessons from a Natural Disaster
- Luke 13:6-9 Living on Borrowed Time
- Luke 13:10-17 Christ Creates Conflict in the Synagogue
- Luke 13:18-21 The Increasing Influence of the Kingdom
- Luke 13:22-30 Are Just a Few Being Saved? Part 1
- Luke 13:22-30 Are Just a Few Being Saved? Part 2
- Luke 13:31-33 Who Really Killed Jesus?
- Luke 13:34-35 Divine Compassion for Those Deserving Condemnation, Part 1
- Luke 13:34-35 Divine Compassion for Those Deserving Condemnation, Part 2
- Luke 13:34-35 Divine Compassion for Those Deserving Condemnation, Part 3
- Luke 13:34-35 Divine Compassion for Those Deserving Condemnation, Part 4
- Luke 13:34-35 Divine Compassion for Those Deserving Condemnation, Part 5
BRYN MACPHAIL - sermon
HEINRICH MEYER - Commentary
J MIKE MINNIX
HENRY MORRIS - Defender's Study Bible Excellent, literal study notes.
- Luke 13:1 the Galilaeans
- Luke 13:3 repent
- Luke 13:6 vineyard
- Luke 13:15 the sabbath
- Luke 13:31 Herod
- Luke 13:32 be perfected
- Luke 13:34 ye would not
JAMES NISBET'S - Church Pulpit Commentary
OUR DAILY BREAD - Devotionals
DAVID E OWEN
JOSEPH PARKER The People's Bible
PETER PETT - Commentary
ALFRED PLUMMER International Critical Commentary
Rosscup comments: This used to be often considered the best older commentary on the Greek.
MATTHEW POOLE - Commentary
- Luke 13:1
- Luke 13:2
- Luke 13:3
- Luke 13:4
- Luke 13:6–9
- Luke 13:10
- Luke 13:11–13
- Luke 13:14
- Luke 13:15
- Luke 13:21
- Luke 13:22
- Luke 13:23
- Luke 13:24
- Luke 13:25
- Luke 13:26–27
- Luke 13:28
- Luke 13:29
- Luke 13:31
- Luke 13:32
- Luke 13:33
- Luke 13:34–35
- Luke 13:34
- Luke 13:35
- Luke 13:1-9 What Does God Really Want From Me?
- Luke 13:10-21 ...Freed From Bondage of Satan
- Luke 13:22-35 When Heaven's Door is Shut...
DON ROBINSON Sermons
- Luke 13:1-5 Why Does God Allow Suffering?
- Luke 13:1-9 Why God Permits Accidents
- Luke 13:1-9 Jesus Responds to Some Bad News
- Luke 13:1-9 Why God Permits Accidents, part 2
- Luke 13:1-9 The Ways of Providence
- Luke 13:1-9 When Jesus Comes Looking For Fruit
- Luke 13:10-17 Making Crooked People Straight
- Luke 13:18-30 Considering The Kingdom
- Luke 13:31-45 Don't Be Afraid
JOHNNY SANDERS - 2005. Well done
SERMON BIBLE COMMENTARY
- Luke 13 - Click here for following messages
- Luke 13:5 Repentance
- Luke 13:7-9 The Barren Fig-Tree
- Luke 13:15, 16 The Infirm Woman Cured
- Luke 13:30 The Last First, and the First Last
R C SPROUL DEVOTIONALS
WILLIAM BACON STEVENS
- Luke 13:1-5 Unless You Repent You Shall All Likewise Perish
- Luke 13:6-9 Fruitfulness or Destruction
- Luke 13:10-16 A Woman Set Free
- Luke 13:18-19 The Mustard Seed
- Luke 13:20-21 The Kingdom of God is like Yeast
- Luke 13:23-30 Are Only a Few Going to be Saved?
- Luke 13:31-35 O Jerusalem, Jerusalem!
TODAY IN THE WORD Multiple devotionals under each chapter