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"My Soul Doth Magnify the Lord" …

"My Soul Doth Magnify the Lord"
Luke 1; Matthew 1

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  • 1. Lesson 2:“My Soul Doth Magnify the Lord”<br />Baybrook Ward Gospel Doctrine Class 2011<br />
  • 2. The Gospel According to Saint Luke<br />Saint Luke:<br /><ul><li>Writer of the third Gospel and the Book of the Acts
  • 3. Fellow traveler of Paul
  • 4. Not a contemporary of Jesus
  • 5. Born of gentle parents (i.e., poor)
  • 6. Practiced medicine
  • 7. Imprisoned with Paul on at least one occasion
  • 8. Later life virtually unknown
  • 9. May have died a martyr</li></li></ul><li>The Gospel According to Saint Luke<br />The Gospel According to Saint Luke:<br /><ul><li>Uncertain where or when the Gospel was written
  • 10. Specifically intended for Gentile readers</li></li></ul><li>John the Baptist<br />Luke 1:5-25, 57-80<br /><ul><li>Elisabeth and Zacharias
  • 11. Luke 1:6-9
  • 12. Luke 1:7, 13
  • 13. Luke 1:11-13, 24-25
  • 14. Gabriel
  • 15. Luke 1:14-17
  • 16. “Turn [many people] to the Lord their God”(v.16)
  • 17. “Turn the hearts of the fathers to the children” (v.17)
  • 18. “Turn … the disobedient to the wisdom of the just” (v.17)
  • 19. “Make ready a people prepared for the Lord” (v.17)</li></li></ul><li>John the Baptist<br />Luke 1:5-25, 57-80<br /><ul><li>Zacharias
  • 20. Luke 1:68-79
  • 21. John 1:6-9
  • 22. John the Baptist
  • 23. Luke 1:80</li></li></ul><li>The Gospel According to Saint Matthew<br />Saint Matthew:<br /><ul><li>Name means Gift of God
  • 24. Prior to conversion, named Levi, son of Alphaeus
  • 25. Tax gatherer at Capernaum, likely under Herod Antipas
  • 26. Likely had a thorough knowledge of Old Testament (quotes often)
  • 27. Later life unknown
  • 28. Probably died a martyr</li></li></ul><li>The Gospel According to Saint Matthew<br />The Gospel According to Saint Matthew:<br /><ul><li>Written for the use of Jewish persons in Palestine
  • 29. Chief object is to show Jesus is the Messiah of whom the prophets spoke
  • 30. Emphasizes that Jesus is a King and Judge of men
  • 31. Probably originally written in Aramaic</li></li></ul><li>Mary, the Mother of Jesus<br />Luke 1:26-56, Matthew 1:18-25<br />Gabriel<br /><ul><li>Luke 1:26-33</li></ul>Bruce R. McConkie<br />Mary and Elisabeth<br /><ul><li>Luke 1:26-38, 45-49; Alma 7:10
  • 32. Mary found favor with God (vv. 28, 30)
  • 33. Mary was worthy (v.28)
  • 34. Mary was humble and submissive (vv. 38, 48)
  • 35. Mary rejoiced in her Savior (v.47)</li></li></ul><li>Mary, the Mother of Jesus<br />Luke 1:26-56, Matthew 1:18-25<br />Mary and Joseph<br /><ul><li>Matthew 1:18-19
  • 36. Matthew 1:20-25</li>

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