Acts 3.6-8,16,22 "What I do have, I give you: In the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, walk!" In an instant his feet and ankles became firm. He jumped to his feet and walked. "Faith in Jesus' name and nothing but faith put this man healed and whole right before your eyes." "Listen to every word Jesus speaks to you."
Acts 2.25-28.36 I saw God before me for all time. Nothing can shake me; he's right by my side. I'm glad from the inside out, ecstatic; I've pitched my tent in the land of hope. I know you'll never dump me in Hades; I'll never even smell the stench of death. You've got my feet on the life-path, with your face shining sun-joy all around. There's no longer room for doubt.
Luke 22.27-32 I've taken my place among you as the one who serves. And you've stuck with me through thick and thin. Now I confer on you the royal authority my Father conferred on me so you can eat and drink at my table in my kingdom and be strengthened as you take up responsibilities among the congregations of God's people.
Stay on your toes. Satan has tried his best to separate all of you from me, like chaff from wheat. I've prayed for you in particular that you not give in or give out. When you have come through the time of testing, turn to your companions and give them a fresh start.
Luke 21.14-15,18-19,33,36 Make up your mind right now not to worry about testifying of me. I'll give you the words and wisdom that will reduce all your accusers to stammers and stutters. Every detail of your body and soul - even the hairs of your head! - is in my care; nothing of you will be lost. Staying with it - that's what is required. Stay with it to the end. You won't be sorry; you'll be saved. Sky and earth will wear out; my words won't wear out. Pray constantly that you will have the strength and wits to make it through everything that's coming and end up on your feet before the Son of Man.
Luke 18.28-30 Peter said, "We left everything we owned and followed you, didn't we?" "Yes," said Jesus, "and you won't regret it. No one who has sacrificed home, spouse, brothers and sisters, parents, children — whatever — will lose out. It will all come back multiplied many times over in your lifetime. And then the bonus of eternal life!"
Luke 18.1,7-8 Jesus told them, "Pray consistently and never quit. God will step in and work justice for you, who continue to cry out for help. He will stick up for you. I assure you, he will. He will not drag his feet."
Luke 13.12-13,16 When Jesus saw her, he called her over. "Woman, you're free!" He laid hands on her and suddenly she was standing straight and tall, giving glory to God "I have untied this daughter of Abraham and led her from the stall where Satan has had her for so long."
Luke 12.6-7,24,28,32 God never overlooks you. He pays even greater attention to you, down to the last detail. So don't be intimidated by all your spiritual and physical bullies. You're worth more than a million. You count far more. He'll attend to you, take pride in you, do his best for you. Don't be afraid of missing out.
Luke 11.28,12.4-5 Even more blessed are those who hear God's Word and guard it with their lives! Don't be bluffed into silence or insincerity by the threats of religious bullies. What can they do? There's nothing they can do to your soul, your core being. Save your fear for God, who holds your entire life—body and soul—in his hands.
Luke 10.19-20 See what I've given you? Safe passage as you walk on snakes and scorpions, and protection from every assault of the Enemy. No one can put a hand on you. The great triumph is in God's authority over you and presence with you. What God does for you — that's the agenda for rejoicing.
Luke 8.40,48,50 On his return, Jesus was welcomed by a crowd. They were all there, expecting him. "You took a risk trusting me, and now you're healed and whole. Live well, live blessed! Don't be upset. Just trust me and everything will be alright."
Luke 8.15,25 "The good earth on which the seed fell on -- these are the good-hearts who seize the Word and hold on no matter what, sticking with it until there's a harvest." Then he said, "Trust me." They were in absolute awe, staggered and stammering, "He calls out to the winds and sea, and they do what he tells them."
Luke 7.1-10,16,22-23 (MSG) A Roman captain sent messengers to ask Jesus to heal his servant. "Master, just give the order and my servant will get well." Jesus was taken aback by this simple trust, and when the messengers got back home, they found the servant up and well. The people gratefully called out, "God is back, looking to the needs of his people!"
"The blind see, The lame walk, Lepers are cleansed, The deaf hear, The dead are raised, The wretched of the earth have God's salvation hospitality extended to them.
Is this what you were expecting? Then count yourselves fortunate!"
Luke 6.18,20-22 (MSG) Everyone had come to hear Jesus and be cured of their ailments. Those disturbed by evil spirits were healed. He spoke, "You're blessed when you've lost it all. God's kingdom is there for the finding. You're blessed when the tears flow freely. Joy comes with the morning."
Luke 5.13,24-25 (MSG) "I want to heal you. Be clean." Then and there the sickness was gone. He now spoke directly to the paraplegic. "Get up. Take your bedroll and go home." Without a moment's hesitation, he did it.
Luke 5.1,4,6,9-10 (MSG) The crowd kept pushing in on Jesus to better hear the Word of God. When he finished teaching, he said, "Push out into deep water and let your nets out for a catch." It was no sooner said than done - a huge haul of fish, straining the nets past capacity. When they pulled in all that catch of fish, awe overwhelmed them all. Jesus said, "There is nothing to fear. From now on you'll be fishing for men and women."