At first, Luke believed he would never aid his brother. Yet without a word, Justus showed that he understood the pain and indignity he had suffered. Progress was slow, but after a time, Justus' good reached Luke's stormy heart. The savior and the bringer of ruin fought against a prophecy and joined each other in common bond.
Justus is a masculine name and a surname of Latin origin, largely used in the English language. It is derived literally from the word justus meaning "just, righteous, upright, fair". This name was borne by at least eight saints. In addition, Justus is a variant of the name Justice (English); also a German variant of the name Justin (English and French).
The masculine name Luke (and less commonly, a surname) is derived from the Latin name Lucas or from the Greek Loukas, meaning "man from Lucania" (a region of Italy). The first name was borne by Saint Luke, Luke the Evangelist, the author of the third Gospel and Acts in the New Testament, was a doctor who travelled in the company of Saint Paul. As an English name, Luke has been in use since the 12th century.