Chris Juby

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Luke 8 (in 140 characters or less)

Jesus told a parable about a sower. He explained it to his disciples. He calmed a storm, delivered a man and healed Jairus' daughter.

Posted on 14 Apr 2013 to 27,584 followers, with 10 retweets.
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Comments

Mackerie Emmins

I am Christian and don't approve of you NOT capitalizing the him indicating Jesus

Tammy Roy

Yah, I agree with Mackerie, and you're not very clear with your explanations and summary. I have questions, I am not Christian but want to be baptized, where can I be baptized? Also Luke chapters 1-8 summaries are a little unclear.

chrisjuby

Hi both, I followed what I found in Scripture. I don't think any of the main versions of the Bible capitalise pronouns for Jesus in the Gospels.

Tammy, that's great if you want to get baptised! It's best if that happens in a church you're part of, so I'd recommend that you find a church in your town and ask the leaders or minister about becoming a Christian.

I'll remove your email address because otherwise you'll get loads of spam, but do feel free to ask any other questions you have here.

TRexie

I would like to ask about unique things in the chapter. I wanted to know things that stuck out to you (the author) in terms of this section of the book. Thanks! I love this

mom

it needs to be longer i would prefer the length because i want a deeper understanding but i dont have time to read that whole long long chapter

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