Compare and contrast the presentation of Jesus in the Gospels of Matthew and Luke

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The Christians believe that since the sins and misdeeds of humanity have exceeded to a great extent, God had to send His son to sacrifice for saving the humanity from Gods wrath. The Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many. (Matthew 20:28) The Christians are also in wait of Christs second arrival in the world since they believe the very reality that Jesus is alive and will come to preach the humanity all regarding virtue and goodness. The Holy Bible is the sacred book among Christians, which consists of different versions and four main Gospels, which are the basic sources of information and knowledge regarding the life and teachings of Jesus Christ. Among these four versions, the Gospels of St. Matthews and of Luke maintain imperative place for the whole Christian community. It is therefore the philosophers, scholars, parsons and priests deliver sermons and make speeches from these two Gospels and cite the words and lines from them at the churches every Sunday and lay stress upon charity, piousness, sacrifice and compassion to all creatures of God without discrimination.Both the Gospels have distinguished place in Christianity. There are so many accounts and details of the life of Jesus, on which the Matthews and Luke are in consensus. Both the books view that Jesus Christ was the descendant of the chosen seed, which had been selected to convey the people the message of God. Both Luke and Mathew vehemently declare Jesus as the descendant of Abraham and David, both of them were highly revered personalities. Jews are the progeny of Abraham through Isaac and Jacob. They had been the Heaven’s favorite-most nation since their creation on earth. Therefore, Jews are not only called as the chosen seed, but the blessings of the Lord on both Elizabeth and Mary were the outcome of the noble deeds made by the virtuous ladies from the chosen seed. Milton quotes in his Paradise Lost: Of