Jordan Knorr's Sermon Bullet Point Analysis

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Jesus can do it. Luke 5:12-26
Jordan Knorr’s Sermon bullet point.

Parallel Pericopes: Mark 1: 40-2:12, Matthew 8:1-4, 9:1-8.

Exegesis to draw from:

Background: Book of Luke was written to prove that Jesus Christ was the eternal God in human flesh, who came into the world as the awaited Messiah. He wrote Precisely and systematically to present an un-refutable case that Jesus of Nazareth was the one who was to come, who makes the way possible for a created, sinful being to stand in front of a Holy and righteous God by taking upon Himself the penalty for sin which only God could do!

- Setting: He’s in the region of Galilee (Just east of the Mediterranean sea) travelling from city to city.

:12 - 16
Early in Jesus ministry. Just starting to collect the first of His disciples. Up to this point Jesus has demonstrated His power over the flesh and over demons, these are amazing feats in themselves obviously but in our passages today Jesus will demonstrate His power and authority over something even greater.
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Mainly only in South East Asai. It attacks and kills the nerves result in a lack of ability to feel pain, thus loss of parts of extremities due to repeated injuries or infection/disease due to unnoticed wounds and constant rubbing. From a Latin word meaning “scaly”. Though we can heal it today, leprosy is bacteria based and a touch transmitted disease, so in ancient times, in the time of Jesus (NT) and in Ancient Israel (OT) (Lev.13/14), Leprosy was well known of and very common. These laws laid out in Leviticus were still being followed and practiced concerning Leprosy (Luke5:14). In Lev. 13:45-46 they were deemed as unclean and had to continually call out, “Unclean, unclean!” when around un-affected people and live alone and outside the city gates. Leprosy was incurable by mortal man in ancient times, in this respect, today’s closest parallel would be
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