L U K E.
In this chapter, we have, I. Christ preaching to
the people out of Peter's ship, for want of a better pulpit,
ver. 1-3. II. The
recompence he made to Peter for the loan of his boat, in a
miraculous draught of fishes, by which he intimated to him and his
partners his design to make them, as apostles, fishers of men,
ver. 4-11. III. His
cleansing the leper, ver.
12-15. IV. A short account of his private devotion and
public ministry, ver. 16,
17. V. His cure of the man sick of the palsy, ver. 18-26. VI. His calling Levi
the publican, and conversing with publicans on that occasion,
ver. 27-32. VII. His
justifying his disciples in not fasting so frequently as the
disciples of John and the Pharisees did, ver. 33-39.