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Finding God in Fear and Despair: the Example of Martin Luther

Martin Luther (1483-1546) is remembered among Protestants as the champion of church reform, who translated the Bible into German and freed the glorious truth of… 564 more words

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Goldilocks

No more candy left in the plastic egg.   All gone!

Thought for the Day:  The hair is the richest ornament of women.   Martin Luther

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SELK-INFO: "Martin Luther- Friedensbringer oder Unruhestifter?"

“Martin Luther- Friedensbringer oder Unruhestifter?”
SELK: 18. Brunsbrocker Abend

Kirchlinteln-Brunsbrock, 21.4.2015 – selk – Im Hinblick auf das Reformationsgedenken im Jahr 2017 war am 14. April Prof. 924 more words

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Good Works and Vocation

We have often heard what good works are, since we have come to the light and to knowledge through baptism and through the gospel. We did not learn in the papacy what constitutes a good work. 1,020 more words

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Have Patience, Wait It Out, Take Courage, And Say, "So What?"

The devil and the world will never stop assailing . If you speak the truth, the world rages madly; it begins to curse, condemn, persecute, and you’ll have to endure scorn and mockery. 219 more words

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The Blessed Exchange of Sorrow and Joy

Notice, now, how Christ alternates sorrow and joy, weeping and laughter. Just as He had previously done when He said, “A little while and you will not see me, and again a little while and you shall see me.” So He also does here in His explanation: You will surely have sorrow; and in contrast the world will be rejoicing, but both your mourning and the world’s joy have their “little while”; always there comes a blessed exchange, your sorrow becoming joy, and the world’s joy becoming sorrow. 109 more words

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Faith Alone Does Not Save . . . No Matter How Many Times Protestants Say It Does

“We are saved by faith alone.”

The Bible doesn’t say it. In fact, the Bible rejects it.

It was not part of Christian belief for the first 1,500 years of Christianity. 2,488 more words

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