Luke 1:1-4, 4:14-21
There is an old story about a notorious bandit in the Far East who had been badly injured and taken to a Christian mission hospital. As the result of weeks of excellent care, the bandit recovered completely. He was so grateful for the treatment he received that he resolved he would never again rob a Christian. The word got around, and everyone he tried to hold up would immediately say, “I’m a Christian.” And so the robber was faced with a problem: “How can you tell whether or not a person who claims to be Christian really is a Christian?” So he went back to the hospital and asked the missionaries. They said, “Well, every Christian should know the Lord’s…
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