|Overview - Luke 7|
|1||Christ finds a greater faith in the centurion, a Gentile than in any of the Jews;|
|10||heals his servant, being absent;|
|11||raises from death the widow's son at Nain;|
|18||answers John's messengers with the declaration of his miracles;|
|24||testifies to the people what opinion he held of John;|
|31||inveighs against the Jews, who with neither the manners of John nor of Jesus could be won;|
|36||and suffering his feet to be washed and anointed by a woman who was a sinner, he shows how he is a friend to sinners, to forgive them their sins, upon their repentance.|
Luke 7:19 (King James Version)
And John calling unto him two of his disciples sent them to Jesus, saying, Art thou he that should come? or look we for another?
- When we remember the Baptist's solemn testimony to Christ, the sign from heaven, and the miraculous impulse which made him acknowledge Jesus the Messiah, we shall be constrained to think that he sent to Christ, not for his own satisfaction, but for that of his disciples.
- 10:1 Joshua 2:1 ; Mark 6:7 ; Acts 10:7 Acts 10:8 ; Revelation 11:3
- Genesis 3:15 ; 22:18 49:10 Deuteronomy 18:15-18 ; Psalms 110:1-4 ; Isaiah 7:14 ; Isaiah 9:6 Isaiah 9:7 11:1
- Isaiah 40:10 Isaiah 40:11 ; Isaiah 59:20 Isaiah 59:21 Jeremiah 23:5 Jeremiah 23:6 ; Daniel 9:24-26 ; Micah 5:2 ; Haggai 2:7
- Zechariah 9:9 ; Malachi 3:1-3 ; 4:2 John 4:25