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The Gospel of Luke is the third book of the New Testament followed by the Gospel of John.
The Gospel of Luke has 24 chapters.
The Gospel of Luke starts with 'Forasmuch as many have taken in hand to draw up a narrative concerning those matters which have been fulfilled among us,'
Angel Gabriel tells Zechariah that he will have a son (Luke 1:13).
Zechariah becomes mute when he doubts what the angel Gabriel has told him (Luke 1:20).
Jesus was 12 years old when he gets lost in the temple (Luke 2:42-49).
Jesus cures a demon-possessed man and sends the demons to a herd of pigs (Luke 8:26-39).
Simon of Cyrene helps Jesus to carry the cross (Luke 32:26).
Pilate releases Barabbus a murderer instead of Jesus, as asked by the crowd (Luke 23:18-25).
Pilate sends Jesus to Herod after learning that Jesus is a Galilean (Luke 23:7).
The dogs come and lick the sores of Lazarus in the parable 'Rich Man and Lazarus' (Luke16:21).
Jesus and his disciples were plucking the heads of grain and eating them as they walked the grainfield (Luke 6:1).
Jesus calls Herod a fox after some pharisees tell Jesus to go away (Luke 13:32).
Joseph of Arimathea asks Pilate for Jesus' body and lays it in a tomb.
The parable of the Barren Fig Tree can be found only in the Gospel of Luke (Luke 13:6-9).

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