The Gospel according to Luke is one of the earliest accounts of Jesus´ life. Luke who is a traveling co-worker with Paul the apostle who is also a doctor, opens his work with a preference telling how and why he wrote this book. He acknowledges there are many other fine accounts to Jesus´ life, but he wanted to go back to the eye witness tradition of as many early disciples as possible. He wanted to give an orderly account of the things that had been fulfilled to show how the story of Jesus fulfills the story of God and Israel and of the whole world. Luke immediately puts in front of us a large back story showing us what Jesus´ good news to the poor looks like. Luke is showing us how Jesus´ kingdom brought restoration and reversal of peoples whole life circumstances. In Luke chapter 6 verses 12 through 29 Jesus forms these people into a new Israel by appointing over them the twelve disciple as leaders corresponding to the twelve tribes of Israel. He was and still is expanding the circle of people who get invited into discover the whaling power of God´s Kingdom.