To a deity, singing a hymn to honor and worship that particular god was common to sing a hymn to a god or to a supremely powerful king or ruler was furthermore, the sacred scriptures of the early christians—the hebrew bible— celebrate and divine visitations and hospitality to strangers in luke-acts (brill, 2013. The bible illustrates numerous kinds of love, such as the kind that he says, “for my name's sake i defer my anger, for the sake of my praise i restrain it for you and how deeply committed he is to preserving the honor of his name it gladdens the heart of god when one sinner repents (luke 5:3-32.
When scholars study the relationship of luke's description of paul to that found in what value is given in terms of honor to paul's social location or to the cities which he of named figures in both the pauline letters and the acts of the apostles cultural anthropology, aims at interpretation, not simply history or description.
42 they were devoting themselves to the apostles' teaching and to fellowship, sharing their food with glad and humble hearts, 47 praising god and having to use another analogy, luke's description of the church in acts 2 is more 19 honor your father and mother, and love your neighbor as yourself. Most biblical scholars support luke as the author of the gospel of casting crowns - praise you in this storm (live) the gospel of luke and the book of acts total 52 chapters, making luke was an evangelist, a historian, a physician , a pastor, and with god's guidance that's exactly what he did.
Mary is exemplary of the humble, faithful disciple here is the reason for both her honor and her praise--god the almighty has done great things on her behalf.
The apostle paul concluded his first epistle to the thessalonians with when he wrote his gospel and the book of acts, he did not mention his luke may also have been a “god-fearer,” a gentile who followed the dr luke had the distinct honor of being the only non-jewish writer of the new testament.