Luke 3 Resources

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Explanation - The following list includes not only commentaries but other Christian works by well known evangelical writers. Most of the resources below are newer works (written after 1970) which previously were available only for purchase in book form or in a Bible computer program. The resources are made freely available by but have several caveats - (1) they do not allow copy and paste, (2) they can only be checked out for one hour (but can be checked out immediately when your hour expires giving you time to read or take notes on a lengthy section) and (3) they require creating an account which allows you to check out the books free of charge. To set up an account click and then click the picture of the person in right upper corner and enter email and a password. That's all you have to do. Then you can read these more modern resources free of charge! I have read or used many of these resources but not all of them so ultimately you will need to be a Berean (Acts 17:11+) as you use them. I have also selected works that are conservative and Biblically sound. If you find one that you think does not meet those criteria please send an email at The resources are listed in alphabetical order by the author's last name and some include reviews of the particular resource. For hundreds of other commentaries and books that can be borrowed see Christian Commentaries Online


Preaching Luke-Acts by Allen, Ronald J.

James Rosscup - This conservative commentary is a detailed work in the Greek and is well-written. The author did the famous Greek-English lexicon and two books on alleged contradictions.

Bible commentary: the Gospel according to St. Luke by Arndt, William F

Poet and peasant : a literary-cultural approach to the parables in Luke by Bailey, Kenneth 

James Rosscup - Bailey discusses four Lukan parables at length in the first book, making a great contribution as to cultural data that opens up the parables. His data is based on studies while teaching for many years in the mid-East, also on extensive travels, correspondence, and scholarly probing into the literature. Particularly insightful are his remarks on Luke 15 (the triad of parables) and Luke 11 (Friend at Midnight). The second book continues to be rich in peasant cultural background, with data not available to many who study the parables. But the second book treats ten further parables (7:36–50 and others in 9:51–19:48, Luke’s travel narrative). These are well-done but not treated in as much detail. Both books are excellent in making parables “come alive” and making readers think. In more recent years both volumes have been put into one book. Cf. Hultgren in the Matthew section.

Luke comes alive! by Blanchard, John, 

Luke by Bock, Darrell L - IVP NT Commentary Series 428 pages  16 ratings

James Rosscup - One meets with a far shorter work than the 2-vol. effort. Bock says (12) that the larger work has focused on accuracy and rationale for views, this one on relevancy and relational matters of faith. Evangelical comments run quickly to their points, yet the generality causes skipping some key details (cf. on Anna, 2:36–38), or seem to argue around a more likely view with unconvincing reasoning (3:16). In other cases, Bock seems to select the most probable view, an instance being in seeing the sermon (Luke 6) as a condensed version of the same sermon in Matt. 5–7 (119). One can also find the second and third soils of Luke 8 taken to represent people not actually saved (148–49). One can wonder in 14:34–35 how inability to be worthy disciples is in harmony with salvation as a gift, for the work passes by this. Bock in most verses touches clearly on key issues, and an author lacks space to deal with every important matter, whether in a short or massive attempt. For a work with much application, cf. Darrell Bock, Luke (NIV Application Commentary. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1996, 640 pp.).

Cyril Barber - A well-researched, well-outlined, and well-written commentary that is easy to read. Uses the text of the NIV. Adequately explains the theological themes relating to the life and mission of Christ. Recommended.

Patterns for power : parables of Luke by Briscoe, D. Stuart

Saint Luke by Caird, G. B.

Cyril Barber - One of the better works in this series. Contains numerous references to Jewish literature as well as pertinent comments on the text. Is of value to the preacher. Needs to be read with discernment

Luke by Evans, Craig A., The New International Commentary on the New Testament

James Rosscup - A lucid study, often of help on problem texts but cursory at times. Evans gives authorship by Luke “provisional acceptance” and feels that this issue is not vital to how this gospel is interpreted (3). After a brief introduction (1–16), general summaries of each section are followed by added notes on a few key details, with bypassing of many, such as Anna’s 84 years in 2:36–38, and problems of interpretation in 11:5–7. While Evans shows high expertise even when terse, one will find other works explaining far more to make their time fruitful.

The Bible knowledge background commentary : Matthew-Luke by Evans, Craig A -  This resource will give you interesting insights and is worth checking on individual passages

The Gospel according to Luke (I-IX) The Gospel according to Luke : introduction, translation, and notes (X-XXIV) by Fitzmyer, Joseph A

James Rosscup - An internationally known Catholic scholar presents an excellent appraisal of “The Current State of Lukan Studies” (3–34) and has “A Sketch of Lukan Theology” (143–270). In explaining the gospel text, Fitzmyer has often helpful sources on various points. This will rank as one of the best-regarded commentaries at this time from the standpoint of awareness of critical literature and comments reflecting current learning. He gives his own translation and a fairly lucid, detailed exposition that is abreast of language, background, and views. It is a mixed bag with Fitzmyer, though. He often takes views that evangelicals appreciate, such as Jesus’ resurrection body being able to eat food. At other times he stumbles where there are possible solutions, as when he feels that there is no way to harmonize the accounts of Jesus’ resurrection. Indices to both volumes help find material.

The Gospel of Luke by Green, Joel B. New International Commentary on the New Testament 143 ratings

James Rosscup - Replaces the work of Geldenhuys (1951). Scholars will appreciate the author’s emphasis on literary and narrative criticism. Pastors, however, will have little to gain from this work.

Tim Challies - Most commentators on the commentaries commend this volume, D.A. Carson among them, though he offers caveats. He says it is “full of thoughtful interaction with contemporary scholarship, but I do not think it is either as rigorous or as accurate as the work of Luke.” He suggests that its unique strength is narrative historiography and discourse analysis. If you, like me, don’t know what that means, then perhaps choose one of the other volumes

James Rosscup - This work with pp. i-xcii plus 928 replaced Norval Geldenhuys’ effort of 1951. Green puts more focus on literary criticism, narrative criticism, and social-scientific analysis than on earlier issues about historical critical matters, redaction and source criticism, etc. One sees topics such as family allegiances, friendship, purity, and status. He seeks to show OT background for this gospel, and not Mark, or Matthew, or oral tradition. Green sets up a misleading opinion that Luke and those using his work were “not so much concerned with the issue, Did it happen? as with the queries What happened? and what does it all mean? (36). It surely is both. However, he does appear to believe that the details are fact in Luke’s perspective, but thinks Luke is more burdened with how to understand things (20). One can say that Luke saw the two in a necessary balance and need not have any thought of ranking them.

Commentary on the Gospel of Luke : the English text with introduction, exposition and notes by Geldenhuys, Norval, 

James Rosscup - Amillennial in its interpretation of the kingdom program, this work is solid and explains many verses rather well but is not the best.

Half-hours with William Hendriksen : stirring devotional surveys of Romans, Philippians, Luke and Revelation, with other gems by Hendriksen, William, 

Luke : a self-study guide by Jensen, Irving

The Communicator's Commentary - Luke (Also known as The Preacher's Commentary Series - Volume 26: Luke) Larson, Bruce - 356 pages (1983) See user reviews

The Parables of Jesus by Kistemaker, Simon J.,

James Rosscup - A past national president of Evangelical Theological Society deals with all of Jesus’ parables and shows a lucid style, warmth, and broad acquaintance with scholarly writings on his material which is obvious in footnotes. He uses the NIV text. The contribution is very good on background, the main thrust of parables, key expository details, and the practical contribution for life. This is one of the best fairily recent evangelical works on the parables in general (cf. Bailey, Ellisen, Hultgren, Longenecker, etc, under Matthew and Luke).

Book of Luke : Jesus, the son of man by Lucado, Max

Luke : the savior of the world by MacArthur, John - Not his full commentary. 

A tale of two sons : the inside story of a father, his sons, and a shocking murder by MacArthur, John

Luke and the last things : a perspective for the understanding of Lukan thought by Mattill, A. J

Cyril Barber - An exacting, technical presentation of Lukan theology. Rich and full. 2

Luke by McGee, J. Vernon 

The Gospel according to Luke by Morgan, G. Campbell 

The Gospel according to St. Luke : an introduction and commentary by Morris, Leon,

Matheson (Ligonier) - Christians should pick up and read anything they find by the late Leon Morris. For those who may not have the time to dig into a 2,100-page commentary and are looking for a great introductory-level commentary on Luke, Morris is the place to begin.

Cyril Barber - A clear, forthright presentation of the facts surrounding the authorship and date of this gospel, followed by almost 300 pages of exposition. A handy and helpful volume.

James Rosscup - Morris has written a good conservative commentary of some detail. It is lucid and not technical in nature.

Tim Challies - The inherent and deliberate limits of the Tyndale New Testament Commentaries means that this volume is relatively short (370 pages) and written at a popular level. This is the entry-level commentary for those who would like just one volume on Luke. Morris has written commentaries on many books of the Bible and they are uniformly sound even if they are rarely considered the top of the class.

What are they saying about Luke? by Powell, Mark Allan, 6 ratings

James Rosscup - A well-researched, contemporary assessment of the teaching of Luke's gospel. Summarizes the contribution of modern scholars, and examines the dominant theories regarding the composition of the gospel. Intertwines political and social aspects of Luke's "former work" to describe the community about which the physician wrote.

A walk with Jesus : enjoying the company of Christ - Gospel of Luke by Sproul, R. C 3 ratings

The declaration of something mysterious : Jesus' courage and communication of the truth : a study of Luke 10:38-16:18 by Swindoll, Charles

The consummation of something miraculous : Jesus' trials and triumph of redemption : a study of Luke 16:19-24:53 : Bible study guide by Swindoll, Charles

Luke & John : life that lasts forever - Quick Notes - Mark Strauss

Luke by Tannehill, Robert C 13 ratings

Be Compassionate (Luke 1-13) by Wiersbe, Warren W - or see online Wiersbe Bible Commentary

James Rosscup - Together these volumes treat the gospel of Luke. Wiersbe, who is a pastor's pastor, outlines and expounds the text with exemplary skill. These books are ideal for individual or group Bible study.

Be Courageous (Luke 14-24) by Wiersbe, Warren

Cyril Barber - Together these volumes treat the gospel of Luke. Wiersbe, who is a pastor's pastor, outlines and expounds the text with exemplary skill. These books are ideal for individual or group Bible study.

The Bible exposition Commentary by Wiersbe, Warren W - All NT books in one source. Excellent. Or here This is the same material as in the two volumes of Luke in the listings directly above. 

Rosscup - One of America’s most appreciated staunchly evangelical Bible conference teachers gives diligent, refreshing expositions. These are all of his 23 separate, earlier books in the “Be” series on the New Testament. He strikes a particular appeal with lay people as he crystallizes sections, deals with some of the verses, handles certain problems and backgrounds and applies principles. He is premillennial.

Windows on the parables by Wiersbe, Warren

Interpreting the parables by Blomberg, Craig


NKJV Study Bible: New King James Version Study Bible by Radmacher, Earl D; Allen, Ronald Barclay; House, H. Wayne; 917 ratings Very helpful notes. Conservative.

The Experiencing God Study Bible : the Bible for knowing and doing the will of God - Blackaby, Henry (1996) 1968 pages - CHECK THIS ONE! Each chapter begins with several questions under the title "PREPARE TO MEET GOD." Then you will interesting symbols before many of the passages. The chapter ends with a "DID YOU NOTICE?" question. This might make a "dry chapter" jump off the page! Read some of the 48 ratings

Wycliffe Bible Commentary - OT and NT - Charles Pfeiffer - 1560 pages (1962). 214 ratings Less detailed than the KJV Bible Commentary. 

The New Testament and Wycliffe Bible commentary - This version has no time restriction but only has the NT. 

The Defender's Study Bible : King James Version by Morris, Henry M. Excellent notes for well known creationist. 45 ratings

The MacArthur study Bible - John MacArthur. Brief but well done notes 1,275 ratings

The David Jeremiah study bible - (2013) 2208 pages. 2,272 ratings - "Drawing on more than 40 years of study, Dr. David Jeremiah has compiled a legacy resource that will make an eternal impact on generations to come. 8,000 study notes. Hundreds of enriching word studies"50+ Essentials of the Christian Faith" articles."

ESV Study Bible - Excellent resource but not always literal in eschatology and the nation of Israel 6,004 ratings

Believer's Bible Commentary by MacDonald, William (1995) 2480 pages - This resource is always worth checking. Comments are not in depth but conservative and often very practical. 

Dr. John MacArthur, Jr. - "Concise yet comprehensive - the most complete single-volume commentary I have seen."

Warren Wiersbe - "For the student who is serious about seeing Christ in the Word." 

Life application study Bible : New Living Translation. Has some very helpful notes. 4,445 ratings

Compact Bible commentary by Radmacher, Earl D; Allen, Ronald Barclay; House, H Wayne, et al - 954 pages.  424 ratings Multiple contributors to the comments which are often verse by verse. The comments are brief but meaty and can really help your study through a given book. A sleeper in my opinion. 

The NIV study Bible by Barker, Kenneth L; Burdick, Donald W (1995) 2250 pages. Note this is the first edition. This resource has been fully revised in 2020. 

The Ryrie study Bible - Charles Ryrie (1978) 2142 pages. Conservative.  216 ratings

The Word in life Study Bible - Very interesting format. Not your routine study Bible. Worth checking the very informative notes. (e.g., here is a picture of Jesus' post-resurrection appearances.)

With the Word - Devotional Commentary - Warren Wiersbe - 428 ratings - Excellent chapter summaries. Good ideas for preaching teaching.

Wiersbe's Expository Outlines on the New Testament by Wiersbe, Warren W - Succinct summaries which almost always have good ideas to supplement your teaching or preaching. 

Cyril Barber - This is a book of exceptional merit. Pastors, missionaries, and Christian workers will profit from its use. Wiersbe introduces each book of the NT, provides an outline, and then furnishes his readers with a chapter-by-chapter discussion of the contents. The homiletic style is a “plus.” Recommended.

Evangelical Commentary on the Bible - editor Walter Elwell (1989) 1239 pages. User reviews

New Bible Commentary - (1994) See user reviews 

NIV archaeological study Bible (2005) 2360 pages 950 ratings (See also Archaeology and the Bible - OT and NT)

NIV cultural backgrounds study Bible. bringing to life the ancient world of scripture Keener, Craig and Walton, John. Editors (2017)


HENRY ALFORD- Commentary

Charles Haddon Spurgeon writes that this text "is an invaluable aid to the critical study of the text of the New Testament. You will find in it the ripened results of a matured scholarship, the harvesting of a judgment, generally highly impartial, always worthy of respect, which has gleaned from the most important fields of Biblical research, both modern and ancient, at home and abroad. You will not look here for any spirituality of thought or tenderness of feeling; you will find the learned Dean does not forget to do full justice to his own views, and is quite able to express himself vigorously against his opponents; but for what it professes to be, it is an exceedingly able and successful work. The later issues are by far the most desirable, as the author has considerably revised the work in the fourth edition. What I have said of his Greek Testament applies equally to Alford’s New Testament for English Readers,* which is also a standard work." (Spurgeon, C. H. Lectures to my Students, Vol. 4: Commenting and Commentaries; Lectures Addressed to the students of the Pastors' College, Metropolitan Tabernacle)

GREG ALLEN - Sermons



BRIAN BELL - Sermons - often has very helpful insights

JOHANN A BENGEL - Commentary


A B BRUCE - Expositor's Greek Testament


Rosscup comments: Evangelical comments run quickly to their points, yet the generality causes skipping some key details (cf. on Anna, Lk 2:36-38) or seem to argue around a more likely view with unconvincing reasoning (Lk 3:16). In other cases, Bock seems to select the most probable view, an instance being in seeing the sermon (Luke 6) as a condensed version of the same sermon in Mt 5–7. One can also find the second and third soils of Luke 8 taken to represent people not actually saved (148–49). One can wonder in Lk 14:34–35 how inability to be worthy disciples is in harmony with salvation as a gift, for the work passes by this. Bock in most verses touches clearly on key issues and… lacks space to deal with every important matter… For a work with much application, cf. Darrell Bock, Luke (NIV Application Commentary. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1996). (Rosscup, J. Commentaries for Biblical Expositors)



A B BRUCE - Expositor's Greek Testament

HENRY BURTON - Expositor's Bible Commentary

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.

  • Luke 3 - Has all of the following in easier to read format




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.

RICH CATHERS - sermons with frequent illustrations


ADAM CLARKE - Commentary


THOMAS CONSTABLE - Expository Notes

W A CRISWELL - Sermons



Dictionary of Jesus and the Gospels (borrow a copy - go to page 317 for 8 page article).

Herodian Dynasty Introduction -The Herodian family ruled over the Palestinian area from 40 B.C. until around A.D. 100. In order to understand the political and social setting of Jesus’ ministry, it is important to understand the story of the Herods up through the first four decades of the first century A.D.

    1.      Herod the Great (47–4 B.C.)
    2.      Archelaus (4 B.C.–A.D. 6)
    3.      Philip the Tetrarch (4 B.C.–A.D. 34)
    4.      Herod Antipas (4 B.C.–A.D. 39)
    5.      The Herodians


DAN DUNCAN - Sermons


EASY ENGLISH - Commentary


Rosscup comments: Concise treatments are given to each of the NT books. The main value of the set lies in its clear synthesis which helps the student grasp the flow of thought as he moves through a book. Erdman possessed a lucid writing style. He was amillennial. (Rosscup, J. Commentaries for Biblical Expositors)

D Edmond Hiebert - A devotional and practical exposition, in paragraph form, by a conservative Presbyterian scholar.


JAMES FOOTE - Commentary

Spurgeon comments: "We frequently consult this work and never without finding in it things new and old. To preachers who will not steal the lectures, but use them suggestively, they will be extremely serviceable." (Spurgeon - Commenting on Commentaries)


JAMES FREEMAN - New Manners and Customs

A C GAEBELEIN Annotated Bible

JOHN GILL - Commentary


Spurgeon has these comment on Godet: Dr. Meyer says: “To an immense erudition, to a living piety, Godet unites a profound feeling of reality; there is here a vivifying breath, an ardent love for the Saviour, which helps the disciple to comprehend the work, the acts, the words of his Divine Master.” (Spurgeon - Commenting on Commentaries)

Cyril Barber - An exhaustive, technical commentary that ably defends the cardinal doctrines of the Christian faith while expounding the text. Deserves a place on the shelf of every pastor. 

D Edmond Hiebert - An exhaustive, technical commentary by a conservative French theologian of the past century. Godet's theological and critical conservatism is clearly revealed in this work on Luke. Of abiding value in spite of its age.

Rosscup comments: Though old, this work is almost exhaustive in dealing with interpretive problems and shows a wide acquaintance with commentators of all ages up to his day. He is regarded by Greek authorities as weak on textual criticism but strong on exegesis. (Rosscup, J. Commentaries for Biblical Expositors)



L M GRANT - Commentary

DAVE GUZIK - Commentary

DANNY HALL - Sermons


ROBERT HAWKER - Poor Man's Commentary

MATTHEW HENRY - Commentary


F B HOLE - Commentary

HOLMAN PUBLISHING - well done, conservative study Bible notes




These sermons that make a great starting point for preaching or teaching Luke and are all on one page. It is not cleaned up yet (lots of spaces, poor right margins, etc) but all the material is there. Click here and scroll down

  • John the Baptist: The Man, His Mission, and His Message Luke 3:1-20
  • The Baptism of Jesus                                                           Luke 3:21-22  

WILLIAM KELLY - Commentary

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.

KJV BIBLE COMMENTARY - Edward Hindson and Woodrow M Kroll

Well done conservative commentary that interprets Scripture from a literal perspective.  User reviews - 372 ratings - I have found the comments are very good but not generally in great depth. It is worth check as you may glean additional insights on a passage. It is not strictly speaking verse by verse but does cover many verses. 

  • KJV Bible Commentary. - note if you want to use copy and paste function, select the one page view. Two page view does not allow copy/paste.

PAUL E. KRETZMANN - Lutheran Perspective

LANGE'S COMMENTARY - J J VAN OOSTERZEE - Lange's Commentary on the Holy Scriptures 

Spurgeon writes "Oosterzee in Lange is excellent."

D Edmond Hiebert - In keeping with the series to which it belongs, the massive material is presented in three parts: exegetical and critical, doctrinal and ethical, and homiletical and practical. Conservative in viewpoint. Valuable for those willing to dig into its vast stores of material, much of which is definitely dated.

LIFE APPLICATION BIBLE - Notes on Luke (158 pages) includes nice black and white maps


JOHN MACARTHUR- verse by verse - probably the best expositor in the last 100 years but very literal and conservative

ALEXANDER MACLAREN - sermons with a devotional bent


J VERNON MCGEE - Thru the Bible comments - often has pithy comments

F B MEYER - Devotional

HEINRICH MEYER - Commentary - lots of Greek

J R MILLER - Devotionals


HENRY MORRIS - Defender's Study Bible Notes - well-known creationist. Conservative. Millennial. 

ROBERT NEIGHBOUR - Living Water Commentary

NET BIBLE NOTES  - somewhat technical but you can find some practical "nuggets" from time to time

JAMES NISBET'S - Church Pulpit Commentary

OUR DAILY BREAD - Devotionals, Good Sermon Illustrations

PETER PETT - Commentary

JOHN PIPER - Sermons

ALFRED PLUMMER - International Critical Commentary - Detailed Comments Verse by Verse

Rosscup comments: This used to be often considered the best older commentary on the Greek. (Rosscup, J. Commentaries for Biblical Expositors)

D. D. Salmond - It is distinguished throughout by learning, sobriety of judgment, and sound exegesis. It is a weighty contribution to the interpretation of the third Gospel, and will take an honorable place in the series of which it forms a part. 

J. H. Thayer - It is a valuable and welcome addition to our somewhat scanty stock of first-class commentaries on the third Gospel. By its scholarly thoroughness it well sustains the reputation which the International Series has already won. 

Cyril Barber - A most exhaustive and helpful treatment of the Greek text.

E H PLUMPTRE, D.D. - New Testament Commentary for English Readers Edited by Charles J Ellicott, D.D.

MATTHEW POOLE - Commentary

PREACHER'S HOMILETICAL - Commentary - Includes Germ Notes, Illustrations, Homilies



A. T. ROBERTSON - Word Pictures in the NT



J C RYLE - Commentary


JOHNNY SANDERS - verse by verse notes but notes are very brief

SERMONAUDIO - PDF's of sermons - Be aware there might be some variation in quality so be a Berean! 



  • All Simeon's Sermons on Luke on one Page
  • Luke 3:4-6 Ministry of John the Baptist
  • Luke 3:10,11 Liberality to the Poor
  • Luke 3:10-14 Practical Duties Enforced
  • Luke 3:19, 20 The Imprisonment of John
  • Luke 3:21, 22 The Descent of the Spirit

CHUCK SMITH - Sermon Notes



C. H. SPURGEON - Sermons, et al




DAVID THOMPSON - sermons - average about 6 pages, verse by verse exposition. Literal. Conservative. 

TODAY IN THE WORD - devotionals

JOHN TRAPP - Commentary


MARVIN VINCENT - Greek Word Studies

WARREN WIERSBE - Always worth checking for preaching/teaching points.

Rosscup - One of America’s most appreciated staunchly evangelical Bible conference teachers gives diligent, refreshing expositions. These are all of his 23 separate, earlier books in the “Be” series on the New Testament. He strikes a particular appeal with lay people as he crystallizes sections, deals with some of the verses, handles certain problems and backgrounds and applies principles. He is premillennial.

WYCLIFFE BIBLE COMMENTARY - Merrill C Tenney authored the Gospel of Luke. Scripture in left column, comments in right column

James Rosscup - Tenney is limited in his space, but usually makes good use of it to explain verses so as to provide help. He is conservative and premillennial. Sometimes he is quite clear, other times one can only guess what he means when he is vague, as when he says that “the kingdom of God is nigh at hand” (Lk 21:29) are words complementary to Lk 17:21, “The kingdom of God is within you” (p. 1063). Overall he offers a fairly good commentary for those wanting a brief study with considerable competence behind it.

  • Luke Comments - note if you want to use copy and paste function, select the one page view. Two page view does not allow copy/paste.

SERMONS BY VERSE - Older messages

Lysanias Professor Rawlinson. Luke 3:1
The Date E. R. Condor, D. D. Luke 3:1
The Fifteenth Year of the Reign of Tiberius Caesar Dr. C. Geikie. Luke 3:1
Roman Worldliness and Hebrew Devotedness W. Clarkson Luke 3:1, 2
The Ministry of the Baptist R.M. Edgar Luke 3:1-20
An Important Statement J. Parker, D. D. Luke 3:2
Annas and Caiaphas J. Rawson Lumby, D. D. Luke 3:2
John in the Wilderness Dean Stanley. Luke 3:2
John in the Wilderness Dr. C. Geikie. Luke 3:2
John's Life in the Desert Dr. C. Geikie. Luke 3:2
Teachings of the Wilderness J. McGavin Sloan. Luke 3:2
A True Penitent's Feeling Towards Sin Bishop Merd. Luke 3:3
Baptism in the Jordan C. Geikie, D. D. Luke 3:3
John Baptist's Preaching Archdeacon Farrar. Luke 3:3
Repentance the First Thing A. Fuller. Luke 3:3
Symbolism of the Jordan T. T. Lynch. Luke 3:3
The Preacher and His Message J. B. Meharry, B. A. Luke 3:3
The Religion of Penitence   Luke 3:3
The River Jordan T. T. Lynch. Luke 3:3
John Before Jesus; Repentance Before Salvation W. Clarkson Luke 3:3-6
Admission to the Kingdom Canon Vernon Hutton, M. A. Luke 3:4
All May Assist in Preparing the Way of the Lord Phillips Brooks, D. D. Luke 3:4
Character and Mission of the Baptist F. W. Robertson, M. A, F. W. H. Myers. Luke 3:4
Preparing the Way of the Lord in Worship   Luke 3:4
Repentance is not Alike in All H. W. Beecher. Luke 3:4
Self-Effacement Canon G. H. Curteis. Luke 3:4
St. John the Baptist Charles Kingsley, M. A. Luke 3:4
The Baptist's Gospel J. Parker, D. D. Luke 3:4
The Reality of the Baptist C. S. Robinson, D. D. Luke 3:4
The Voice in the Wilderness C. S. Robinson, D. D. Luke 3:4
Various Ways in Which the Way of the Lord has Been Prepared M. Simpson, D. D. Luke 3:4
Preparing the Way of the Lord Canon Liddon. Luke 3:5
Road-Makers E. R. Conder, D. D. Luke 3:5
The Crooked Shall be Made Straight B. Keach. Luke 3:5
The King's Highway Prof. F. W. Macdonald, M. A. Luke 3:5
Valley and Mountain B. Keach. Luke 3:5
Christ the Only Way of Salvation Clerical Library Luke 3:6
God's Part and Man's Part in Salvation H. W. Beecher. Luke 3:6
O that All Flesh, that Is, All Men that Believe, May   Luke 3:6
Salvation All of God H. W. Beecher. Luke 3:6
The Ministry of Fear W. Clarkson Luke 3:7
Appropriate Preaching Baxendale's "Anecdotes. " Luke 3:7-8
Earnestness is Needed in Warning Others   Luke 3:7-8
Folly of Arguing About Instead of Escaping from Coming Wrath   Luke 3:7-8
Insincere Penitents E. P. Hood. Luke 3:7-8
John and the Populace G. Croby, M. A. Luke 3:7-8
Necessity of Warning H. C. Trumbull. Luke 3:7-8
Taking Warning Venning. Luke 3:7-8
The Baptist's Heraldry G. D. Boardman. Luke 3:7-8
Warnings of God John Bate. Luke 3:7-8
A Call for John the Baptist W. Hubbard. Luke 3:8
A Father Brought to Repentance   Luke 3:8
A Parable of the Fig-Trees T. T. Lynch. Luke 3:8
Change of Mind Involves Change of Practice James Foote, M. A. Luke 3:8
Deceptive Appearances Vianney. Luke 3:8
False Reasoning Various. Luke 3:8
False Reliance H. C. Trubull. Luke 3:8
Fruit-Bearing the Test of Life C. Leslie. Luke 3:8
Fruitfulness George Swinnock. Luke 3:8
Fruits Meet for Repentance   Luke 3:8
Motives to Repentance W. H. Van Doren, D. D. Luke 3:8
Pride of Ancestry B. Beddome, M. A. Luke 3:8
Proof of Turning from Sin G. Bowden. Luke 3:8
Regeneration J. Irons. Luke 3:8
Repentance Bishop Thirlwall. Luke 3:8
Repentance is More than Penance-Doing Sunday School Times Luke 3:8
Repentance Results in Change of Action Sunday School Times Luke 3:8
Repentance Shows Itself H. C. Trumbull. Luke 3:8
Tests of Religious Life W. Glyde Tarbolton. Luke 3:8
The Life Must Accord with the Profession W. Gurnall., W. Gurnall. Luke 3:8
The Ministry of John J. Parker, D. D. Luke 3:8
The Ministry of John Baptist Dr. Thomas. Luke 3:8
The Necessity of Penitence Valke. Luke 3:8
The Futile in Religion, Etc W. Clarkson Luke 3:8-14
Little Value Set on Trees in the East Biblical Things, &c. Luke 3:9
Radical and Seminal Reform A. W. Hare, in "Guesses at Truth. " Luke 3:9
Sternness Necessary Bishop Reynolds. Luke 3:9
The Axe Laid to the Root of the Tree Benjamin Keach. Luke 3:9
The Axe Lying At the Root J. Alexander, D. D. Luke 3:9
The Destructive Axe H. Bonar, D. D. Luke 3:9
The Discovery of Hypocrisy S. Hieron. Luke 3:9
Unfruitful Trees Cut Down Professor Isaac H. Hall. Luke 3:9
A Self-Denying Gift Dr. Talmage. Luke 3:10-14
Common Sense Applied to Everyday Duties Dr. A. B. Grosart. Luke 3:10-14
Do What You Can M. F. Sadler, M. A. Luke 3:10-14
Duty of Helping the Poor   Luke 3:10-14
Effect of True Preaching   Luke 3:10-14
Giving to the Needy H. C. Trumbull. Luke 3:10-14
John's Counsels to Inquirers H. R. Haweis, M. A. . Luke 3:10-14
Powerful Preaching Percy. Luke 3:10-14
Preaching Producing Discomfort Archbishop Whately. Luke 3:10-14
The Blessedness of Giving   Luke 3:10-14
The Proof of Effectual Preaching H. W. Beecher. Luke 3:10-14
The Pulpit in Politics H. R. Haweis, M. A. Luke 3:10-14
The Questions of Conscience and the Answers of Truth J. R. Bailey. Luke 3:10-14
Two Coats E. Stapler, D. D. Luke 3:10-14
Exacting More than was Just   Luke 3:13
Oppressions and Extortions of Tax-Gatherers Biblical Things not generally known. Luke 3:13
The Law of Exaction Bishop H. C. Potter. Luke 3:13
Cato and Marius Curius   Luke 3:14
Content with His Position   Luke 3:14
Contentment Owen Felltham. Luke 3:14
Contentment   Luke 3:14
Disastrous Result of a False Report Dr. Cuyler. Luke 3:14
Encouragement for Soldiers James Foote, M. A. . Luke 3:14
Example of Contentment   Luke 3:14
Outrages by Soldiers Professor Isaac H. Hall. Luke 3:14
Refusing to Act Unjustly   Luke 3:14
The Lawfulness of Arms James Foote, M. A. Luke 3:14
The Secret of Contentment   Luke 3:14
Two Sorts of Blessings   Luke 3:14
John's Witness to Jesus, and God's Alexander Maclaren Luke 3:15
No True Teacher Can Suffer Himself to Live Upon Mistaken Impressions J. Parker, D. D. Luke 3:15
The Baptist's Attitude Towards Christ W. Burkitt, M. A. Luke 3:15
The Wisdom of a True Estimate W. Clarkson Luke 3:15-17
Adult and Infant Baptism T. T. Lynch. Luke 3:16
Expectation J. Vaughan, M. A. Luke 3:16
Fire Purifies Everything Baxendale's Anecdotes Luke 3:16
Humility Beautifies Addison. Luke 3:16
Humility the Test of a Great Man John Ruskin. Luke 3:16
I Indeed Baptize You with Water A. M. Fairbairn, D. D. Luke 3:16
Inward Fire S. A. Tipple. Luke 3:16
John's Baptism Inferior to Christ's E. B. Pusey, D. D. Luke 3:16
Latchet E. Stapfer, D. D. Luke 3:16
Loosing the Shoe-Latchet C. H. Spurgeon. Luke 3:16
Significance of John's Baptism E. B. Pusey, D. D. Luke 3:16
The Baptism of the Spirit E. W. Wilson. Luke 3:16
The Promise of a Baptism of Fire W. Arthur, M. A. Luke 3:16
The Spirit's Baptism W. H. Van Doren, D. D. Luke 3:16
Christ's Fan Benjamin Keach. Luke 3:17
Christ's Floor and Fan G. F. Pentecost, D. D. Luke 3:17
Christ's Winnowing Fan Ecce Homo Luke 3:17
Judaism and Christianity Stopford A. Brooke, M. A. Luke 3:17
Only Christ Can Use the Fan Thomas Fuller. Luke 3:17
The Autumn-Fire H. Macmillan, D. D. Luke 3:17
The Design of the Gospel is to Separate the Good from the Bad S. Clarke, D. D. Luke 3:17
The Fan of Separation James Foote, M. A. Luke 3:17
Excommunicating a Prince   Luke 3:18-20
Herod Antipas James Foote, M. A. Luke 3:18-20
John Baptist's Imprisonment Biblical Things Not Generally Known. Luke 3:18-20
John Like Elijah W. Bull. Luke 3:18-20
John's Rebuke of Herod F. W. Robertson, M. A. Luke 3:18-20
Moral Courage   Luke 3:18-20
Reproving a King   Luke 3:18-20
The King Reproved   Luke 3:18-20
Christ and John F. Godet, D. D. Luke 3:21
Christ Praying B. Wilkinson, F. G. S., T. Taylor, D. D. Luke 3:21
Christ Submitting to Baptism F. Godet, D. D. Luke 3:21
Christ's Baptism Gives Virtue to Ours Bishop Hall. Luke 3:21
Conduct Without Prayer Bishop Cowper., T. Taylor, D. D. Luke 3:21
In Semblance of a Dove T. Gamble. Luke 3:21
Jesus Baptized Canon Vernon Hutton, M. A. Luke 3:21
John's Baptism Reached its Fullest Expression in Christ's Submission to It N. R. Wood. Luke 3:21
Meeting of Jesus with John H. R. Haweis, M. A. Luke 3:21
The Achievements of Youth Lord Beaconsfield. Luke 3:21
The Baptism of Christ N. R. Wood. Luke 3:21
The Baptism of Christ Stopford A. Brooke, M. A. Luke 3:21
The Baptism of Christ T. Taylor, D. D. Luke 3:21
The Baptism of Christ C. Bradley, M. A. Luke 3:21
The Baptism of Jesus D. Longwill. Luke 3:21
The Divine Spirit in the Ministry J. Taylor, D. D. Luke 3:21
The Divine Trinity Engaged in Redemption Bishop Cowper. Luke 3:21
The Dove-Like Descent of the Spirit on Christ J. Lathrop. D. D. Luke 3:21
The Holy Ghost as Dove S. A. Tipple. Luke 3:21
The Holy Spirit Descending Like a Dove J. N. Norton, D. D. Luke 3:21
The Holy Spirit Like a Dove J. Taylor, D. D. Luke 3:21
The Inauguration J. Parker, D. D. Luke 3:21
The Inauguration of Christ G. S. Barrett, B. A. Luke 3:21
The People Were Baptized Bishop Cowper. Luke 3:21
The Scene of Christ's Baptism N. R. Wood. Luke 3:21
The Significance of Christ's Baptism E. B. Pusey, D. D. Luke 3:21
The Spirit Likened to a Dove J. Lathrop. D. D. Luke 3:21
The Spirit of God Like unto Himself J. Taylor, D. D. Luke 3:21
The Voice from Heaven T. Taylor, D. D. Luke 3:21
Years of Silence and Preparation E. R. Conder, D. D., Bishop Harvey Goodwin., F. Jacox. Luke 3:21
God's Good Pleasure in Us W. Clarkson Luke 3:21, 22
The Baptism and Genealogy of Jesus R.M. Edgar Luke 3:21-38
A Binding Corner-Stone Bishop Cowper. Luke 3:23-38
From Christ According to the Spirit Bishop Cowper. Luke 3:23-38
Genealogies C. E. Drought, M. A. Luke 3:23-38
Our Lord's Descent James Foote, M. A. Luke 3:23-38
Sacred and Secular Jewish Names Biblical things not generally known., Bishop Harvey Goodwin. Luke 3:23-38
The Divine Root of the Human Pedigree S. Cox, D. D. Luke 3:23-38
The Double Genealogies of Christ as the Son of David Archdeacon Farrar. Luke 3:23-38
The Genealogical Table J. Parker, D. D. Luke 3:23-38
The Genealogies in Matthew and Luke F. Godet, D. D. Luke 3:23-38
The Genealogy of Christ J. Ossian Davies. Luke 3:23-38
The Two Genealogies of Jesus Christ G. D. Beardman. Luke 3:23-38
Thoughts American Homiletic Review Luke 3:23-38
Why have We Joseph's Genealogy, not Mary's? G. W. Butler, D. D. Luke 3:23-38