''May 4, 2009 God's Living Bible – The Third Testament – God's New Revelations – God's Teaching Of The Holy Bible – The New Testament – Luke 12
Anne Terri's Forward: When working on The Study Guide of Luke 12, I noticed it was starting to veer away from Matthew's text, which had almost been following it in close order. And as one goes further in to Luke 12, we see that there are still many parts of Luke in Matthew. At this point, they are appearing much later in Matthew. As I was writing this, God Began To Speak.
''Luke 12 and Matthew (God Through Anne Terri With The Holy Spirit)
1.This has caused confusion with many Bible Scholars throughout history. 2.Anne you have also noticed that Luke's Sermon On The Mount is very different, for Matthew's seems so complete. 3.However, when you look further into Matthew, you see that he may have remembered other things Jesus taught, and inserted them in to his text. 4.Their memories were different. 5.Luke is not a scribe, but a very close relative of Jesus, and traveled with him. 6.Matthew was chosen later, and copied what he had missed, from other Apostle's work. 7.It is not important who is the main writer, but that they managed to get it all documented between them. 8.There are parts added for embellishment, and they too confuse the masses, especially when it was not by a Disciple's hand. 9.See also Luke 12:50, for this is out of order, about Jesus' Baptism. 10.It is written as if Jesus has not yet been Baptized. 11.AMEN''