Luke presents Jesus as : Christ as a man As christians believe "God stepped into flesh" and became a man to shed His blood to cover our sins. Luke teaches that salvation is to all mankind ... Not just to Jews.
Luke gives us a beautiful portrait of our compassionate Savior. Jesus was not "turned off" by the poor and the needy; in fact, they were a primary focus of His ministry. Israel at the time of Jesus was a very class-conscious society. The weak and downtrodden were literally powerless to improve their lot in life and were especially open to the message that "the kingdom of God is near you" (Luke 10:9). http://www.gotquestions.org/Gospel-of-Luke.html