The First Lesson is the majestic text from Isaiah 6:1-8, the call of the prophet Isaiah. All … Most scholars think that Luke did not simply record a biography of Jesus when Luke wrote about 80-90 CE, but shaped the story of the Gospel and the Acts to address circumstances in the church of Luke’s time. It was the wrong time of day, the wrong place, and the wrong depth to catch fish, yet Peter obeyed (after arguing briefly, cf. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 1975 [reprint]), p. 183. Sproul's personal favorite. The Second Lesson is … Continue reading "Commentary on Luke 5:1-11" Lk 8:24, 45. Of the four Gospels, Luke is R.C. There are not as many great commentaries on Luke as there are on Matthew or John, but there are some. 180-181. The term was used of one in charge. All this, however, was only preparatory to what takes place inverses 1-11.” Norval Geldenhuys, Commentary on the Gospel of Luke, The New International Commentary on the New Testament Series (Grand Rapids: Wm. 9:33, 49. Master. 5:5 "Master" The Greek term epistatēs literally means "one placed over." The call of four fishermen. Biblical Commentary (Bible study) Luke 5:1-11 EXEGESIS: LUKE 5:1-11. 17:13. we : Ps 127:1,2 Eze 37:11,12 Joh 21:3 ; But: Lu 6:46-48 2Ki 5:10-14 Eze 37:4-7 Joh 2:5 15:14 ; Luke 5:1-11 Characteristics of Jesus' Divinity, Part 1 - John MacArthur Consequently, we should attend to the call of the first apostles in Luke 5:1-11 from the viewpoint … Continue reading "Commentary on Luke 5:1-11" Luke 5:5 Simon answered and said, "Master, we worked hard all night and caught nothing, but I will do as You say and let down the nets. It is the longest of the four Gospels and the only one whose author wrote a sequel (Acts). Luke 5:5)! (1-3) Jesus teaches from a boat. 1. This term is also used by Luke in Luke 8:24,45. Luke 5 – Disciples Are Called A. 90 Geldenhuys, pp. 91 Luke 5:1-11 seem to fall between Mark 2:13 & 14. Prior to the reading of the Gospel for the Day — the call of the first disciples in Luke 5:1-11 — the congregation will have heard two other texts which relate quite directly to it. JESUS CALLS THE FIRST DISCIPLES Each of the four Gospels tells of the call of the first disciples: • In Mark 1:16-20, Jesus calls Peter and Andrew—and then, in a separate action, calls James and John.