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Step By Step Through the New Testament. Lesson 13 Luke: The Birth & Childhood of Jesus. Rev. Christopher J. Respass Antioch Bible Institute Fall 2013. Luke : Birth & Childhood of Jesus . The Christmas Time Line A. Vision to Zechariah about the birth of a son ( Lk . 1:5-23).

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    1. Step By Step Through the New Testament Lesson 13 Luke: The Birth & Childhood of Jesus • Rev. Christopher J. Respass • Antioch Bible Institute • Fall 2013

    2. Luke: Birth & Childhood of Jesus • The Christmas Time Line • A. Vision to Zechariah about the birth of a son (Lk. 1:5-23). • B. Conception of John the Baptist (Lk. 1:24-25). • C. Conception of Jesus the Christ (Lk. 1:26-38). • D. Mary visits Elizabeth (Lk. 1:39-56) • E. Birth of John the Baptist (Lk. 1:57-66) • F. Birth of Jesus (Lk. 2:1-21) • G. Presentation in the Temple (Lk. 2:22-38)

    3. Luke: Birth & Childhood of Jesus • Music, Worship & Praise around Jesus’ Birth • A. Mary Sings (Magnificat) (Luke 1:46-55) • B. Zechariah (Benedictus) (Luke 1:67-79) • C. Angels (Luke 2:8-14)

    4. Luke: Birth & Childhood of Jesus • Contrasting Conceptions • A. John the Baptist • 1. Aged parents (Lk. 1:7) • 2. “dead womb” (Lk. 1:7) • 3. Conception: filled with the Holy Spirit from his mother’s womb (Lk. 1:15)

    5. Luke: Birth & Childhood of Jesus • B. Jesus the Christ • 1. a young virgin • 2. “alive” womb but no husband • 3. Conception: The Holy Spirit came upon her and the power of the Most High overshadows her (Lk. 1:35).

    6. Luke: Birth & Childhood of Jesus • Humble Beginnings • A. No room in the inn (Lk. 2:7). • B. Born in a manger. • C. Shepherds receive the message first and are the first visitors (Lk 2:15-17). • D. Purification Offering—2 pigeons or 2 doves • 1. Lev. 12:1-8 • Note: The wise men did not appear until some time after the birth of Jesus (see, Matt. 2:1-2).

    7. Luke: Birth & Childhood of Jesus • Jesus as a Child • A. Testimony of Simeon and Anna • 1. Simeon (Lk. 2:25-35) • 2. Anna (Lk. 2:36-38) • B. Temple Episode (Lk 2:41-52) • 1. Family goes to Jerusalem for Passover • 2. Jesus stays in Jerusalem sitting at the feet of teachers.

    8. Luke: Birth & Childhood of Jesus • 3. Jesus declares that Mary and Joseph should have known that he would be at his father’s house. (Lk. 2:49).

    9. Questions • 1. What is unique about Jesus’ birth? • 2. How is Jesus like us, yet not like us? • 3. What can we say definitively about Jesus’ childhood and teenage years? • 4. How does Luke’s record of the birth of Jesus give you confidence in its accuracy?