I think that this gospel was the most entertaining because he concentrated on using parables/ similes that helped everyone to understand the situation, and make it more enjoyable to read and comprehend. Luke took information, and made t attract the general audience. .
The audience would have to be anyone interested in reading. The children have an edited version of the bible such as a video or songs. Adolescence can understand it through church, sunday school, or some regular schools such as Salpointe. Adults can go to church, or read it by themselves, learning and experiencing everything in their own way. .
The tone and voice in Luke's gospel was more soothing for me to read, because he had more of a passionate, sentimental tone to it's writings then the other gospels. This set Luke apart, making everything slightly different from the rest. Chapter 11 talks a lot about prayer. One more commonly heard is luke 11:1-4:.
"Lord teach us to pray just as john taught his disciples. He said to them, "When you pray, say:.
Father, hallowed be your name,.
Your kingdom come,.
Give us each our daily bread and forgive us our sins.
for we ourselves forgive everyone in dept to us,.
and do not subject to us in the final test.".
This is just one of the many prayers that shows Jesus" care and concern for his disciples. .
Also in Luke, they discuss the Holy Spirit a lot more frequently then the gospels Mark and Matthew. Luke mentions the Holy Spirit during all of the key events in Jesus" life. John the Baptist was filled with the Holy Spirit even before he was born (Luke 1:15). John's mother Elizabeth also spoke of the Holy Spirit quite frequently (Luke 1:41) and so on. In Luke 1:35, Jesus is shown through the Holy Spirit. "The Spirit of the Lord is upon Me, because He has anointed Me" (Luke 4:18-19).
This was all new information to me because I knew very little about the gospels and have never read through it until now.