Gospel of Luke


The meaning of the word Gospel is Good News. Jesus Christ himself used this word for his message, the message he himself announced. Later on, his disciples and those who believed in him called those books that tell us about Jesus and His life and teachings “Gospel” or “Good News”. The Christian Church accepts four Gospels, those written by Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. The Holy Gospel of Luke in the Balochi language is available in written and audio form here.

  • The Gospel of Luke (complete)

  • Introduction

  • The foretelling of John the Baptist's birth

  • The foretelling of Jesus Christ's birth

  • Mary goes to see Elisabeth

  • Mary's praise to God

  • John the Baptist's birth

  • Zacharias' foretelling of Jesus birth

  • Jesus Christ's birth

  • The angels' message to the shepherds

  • The bringing of Jesus to the temple

  • The child Jesus in the temple

  • The message of John the Baptist

  • The baptism of Jesus

  • The genealogy of Jesus

  • Satan tempts Jesus

  • The expelling of Jesus from Nazareth

  • The expelling of a demon from a man

  • Healing and God's message

  • Jesus' first disciples

  • The healing of a person with leprosy

  • The healing of a paralyzed man

  • The calling of Levi

  • About fasting

  • Authority over the Sabbath day

  • The healing of a disabled man

  • The selection of twelve special messengers

  • The healing of the sick

  • Woe and blessing

  • Love

  • Don't find fault and criticize

  • The tree and the fruit of the tree

  • Faith and action

  • The faith of a military officer

  • The raising of the son of a widow from the dead

  • John the Baptist's messengers

  • About John the Baptist

  • A sinful woman anoints Jesus' feet

  • The women accompanying Jesus

  • The parable of the sowing of grain

  • The parable of the lamp

  • Jesus' mother and brothers

  • The calming of the storm

  • The healing of a demon possessed

  • Healing a woman and bringing a girl to life

  • The authority of the twelve messengers

  • Herod's worries

  • The feeding of five thousand people

  • Peter's testimony

  • Jesus' first foretelling of his death

  • Following Jesus

  • Jesus' glorious physical appearance

  • The healing of a demon possessed boy

  • The second foretelling of Jesus' death

  • What is greatness?

  • The one who is not against you is for you

  • The disobedience of the Samaritans

  • Who can be the disciple of Jesus?

  • Jesus instructions to the seventy disciples

  • The woes of Jesus

  • The joy of Jesus

  • The parable of the good Samaritan

  • Jesus at Mary and Martha's house

  • About prayer

  • Jesus and Beelzebul

  • The desire for a sign

  • The light of the body

  • Accusing the Pharisees and the teachers of the law

  • The yeast of hypocrisy

  • Don't be afraid

  • The parable of the foolish landowner

  • A life free from worries

  • Be ready for the return of Jesus

  • Following Jesus

  • Understanding the signs

  • Be regretful

  • The healing of a woman with a bent back

  • Two parables about the Kingdom of God

  • The narrow doorway

  • Jesus' sorrow and anguish for Jerusalem

  • Jesus is the guest at a Pharisee's house

  • The parable of the great feast

  • The cost of being a disciple of Jesus

  • The lost sheep

  • The lost coin

  • The lost and straying boy

  • The parable of the smart accountant

  • The law and the Kingdom of God

  • The rich person and Lazarus

  • Sin, faith, duty

  • The healing of ten lepers

  • The Kingdom of God

  • The parable of the widow and the unjust judge

  • The parable of the Pharisee and the tax collector

  • Jesus' love for the children

  • The rich young man and eternal life

  • The third foretelling of Jesus' death

  • The healing of a blind person

  • Zacchaeus' feast

  • The king and the ten servants

  • Welcoming Jesus

  • The crying of Jesus

  • Expelling of the merchants from the temple

  • About the authority of Jesus

  • The parable of the bad gardeners

  • About taxes

  • The resurrection and marriage

  • Whose son is Jesus?

  • Jesus exposes the teachers of the law

  • The alms of a widow

  • Jesus' foretelling of the time to come

  • The foretelling of the destruction of Jerusalem

  • The return of Jesus

  • The fig tree

  • The plot to kill Jesus

  • The preparation of the Passover supper

  • The last supper

  • About greatness and being the greatest

  • The foretelling of Peter's denial

  • Jesus' prayer in the garden of Gethsemane

  • The arresting of Jesus

  • Peter's denial

  • Ridiculing Jesus

  • Bringing Jesus before the Council of the Elders

  • Jesus before Pilate

  • Jesus and Herod

  • Jesus' death sentence

  • Jesus goes to the cross

  • Jesus' death

  • Jesus' burial

  • Jesus' resurrection

  • On the road to Emmaus

  • Jesus is revealed to the disciples

  • Jesus ascends to heaven