The book of Luke is yet another synoptic gospel written by Luke the physician and disciple of Jesus. Luke portrays and shows Jesus as the Son of Man, and is written with the Greek mindset. We see Luke give is the central message of his gospel as,”for the Son of Man is come to seek and save that which was lost.” Luke deals with the humanity of our Lord and makes him more relatable for us as humans than any other gospel account. We see more of Christ’s human feelings more here than any other account as well. We see Christ’s boyhood, and eventually manhood, his ministry, journey to Jerusalem, and His sacrifice and resurrection. We also see an account of Christ’s genealogy through Mary. We see Luke tracing Christ back to Adam up until His appearing in the human race. Luke shows how Jesus was dependent upon prayers in his humanity. Christ was fully human and fully God yet Luke found it important to highlight Jesus’s prayer life. This shows us that we as humans need to be utterly and solely dependent on God in prayer as well.