Why are Luke’s messages relevant for today?

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The Gospel of Luke is known as the gospel of the Bible that focuses on the physical as well as the spiritual needs of humans, and it shows a particularly strong concern for social justice. For example, while one beatitude in the gospel of Matthew reads that those who hunger and thirst after righteousness will be filled, the similar beatitude in Luke says that those who literally hunger will be filled. Further, Luke adds "woes" to the beatitudes that Matthew does not include, such as:

Woe to you who are...

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