Luke composed his Gospel from the accounts of several eyewitnesses to Jesus Christ. Luke, a Gentile physician who traveled extensively with the apostle Paul, wrote his Gospel for a man named Theopilus another Gentile believer. After consulting several eyewitnesses and accounts of Jesus life, Luke wrote the accounts of Jesus’ life and ministry. Since both Luke and Theopilus were Gentiles, it is not surprising that this Gospel is very universal to its stories and teachings of Jesus. Luke also highlights Jesus concern for the oppressed and outcast, such as women and the poor, an there is a notable emphasis on the role of the Holy Spirit. Luke was careful to give precise dates for the events recorded in his Gospel, beginning with an extensive record of Jesus birth and the only canonical story from Jesus childhood years. Luke arranged his outline of Jesus ministry in the same general order as the gospels of Matthew and Mark and he added a lengthy account of Jesus trop to Jerusalem. After Jesus death and resurrection. The book leaves the disciples rejoicing and waiting for the promised power of God to fill them.