L U K E.
In this chapter we have, I. The notice Christ
took, and the approbation he gave, of a poor widow that cast two
mites into the treasury, ver.
1-4. II. A prediction of future events, in answer to his
disciples' enquiries concerning them, ver. 5-7. 1. Of what should happen between
that and the destruction of Jerusalem—false Christs arising,
bloody wars and persecutions of Christ's followers, ver. 8-19. 2. Of that destruction
itself, ver. 20-24. 3.
Of the second coming of Jesus Christ to judge the world, under the
type and figure of that, ver.
25-33. III. A practical application of this, by way of
caution and counsel (ver.
34-36), and an account of Christ's preaching and the
people's attendance on it, ver. 37,