I picked Luke for this project because he shows Jesus as a compassionate teacher. To me, this means that He was sent for a main purpose: to help. Although Jesus has many followers, He is humble and kind. He is healing our world, but does not ask for anything in return.
"Lord, if you will, you can make me clean."
"Go and show yourself, but tell no one."
Jesus Cleanses a Leper(Luke 5:12-16)
I chose this infancy narrative because it shows that there was always a plan. Even in your life, when it seems like there is no plan, know that God has one for you and all of us.
I chose the parable of the Good Samaritan, because it is an example of how Jesus wants us to act. He wants all people to be like the "Good Samaritan." By Jesus wanting us to be better people, he was trying to show love and compassion.
"What are you discussing together as you walk along"
The miracle from Luke I chose is Jesus cleansing a Leper. I chose this particular miracle because it illustrates just how much Jesus loves us. He risks his life to be in the presence of a Leper just to heal him. Jesus had performed many miracles, and they all are his way of showing us his light. He will risk everything to save us and make us better.
In this scenario, the apostles are arguing over who would be regarded as the greatest. Jesus explains to them that the greatest has to become like the servant. "For who is greater, the one who is at the table or the one who serves?" This relates to when Jesus washes His disciples' feet.
I chose this post-resurrection story because it shows Jesus explaining that the messiah had to die for their sins. They do not know this man is Jesus until He has supper with them. They went back to Jerusalem and preached that Jesus had risen.