Martin Luther and His Work

Putnam, 1881 - 243 Seiten

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Seite 194 - But the natural man receiveth not the things of the spirit of God ; for they are foolishness unto him; neither can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned. But he that is spiritual judgeth all things, yet he himself is judged of no man.
Seite 152 - Wer nicht liebt Wein, Weib, und Gesang Der bleibt ein Narr sein Leben lang;" and when he advised a young scholar perplexed with fore-ordination and free-will, to get well drunk.
Seite 221 - Then the man said, If he loves to pray and to learn, and is good, he shall come into this garden and Lippus and Jost too, and when they all come together they shall have fifes and trumpets, lutes, and all sorts of music, and they shall dance and shoot with little cross-bows.
Seite 200 - Erfurt, and, by his sore sweat and labor, has helped me to what I have become, — still I have been a beggar at the doors of the rich, and, according to this psalm, have attained so far by means of the pen, that now I would not compound with the Turkish emperor, to have his wealth and forego my art. Yea, I would not take for it the wealth of the world many times multiplied, and yet, without doubt, I had never attained to it, had I not chanced upon a school and the writers
Seite 215 - Thou my God ! Thou my God, stand Thou by me against the reason and wisdom of all the world. Do Thou so ! Thou must do it, Thou alone. Behold, it is not my cause but thine. For my own person I have nothing to do here with these great lords of the world. Gladly would I too have good quiet days and be unperplexed. But Thine is the cause, Lord ; it is just and eternal. Stand Thou by me, Thou true, eternal God 1 I confide in no man.
Seite 221 - Ah, dear sir ! I will immediately go and write all this to my little son Johnny, and tell him to pray diligently, and to learn well, and to be good, so that he also may come to this garden. But he has an Aunt Lehne, he must bring her with him.
Seite 215 - Thou canst not die. Thou only hidest Thyself. Hast Thou chosen me for this end ? I ask Thee. But I know for a surety that Thou hast chosen me. Ha ! then may God direct it. For never did I think, in all my life, to be opposed to such great lords ; neither have I intended it. Ha ! G-od) then stand by me in the name of Jesus Christ, who shall be my shelter and my shield, yea ! my firm tower, through the might and strengthening of thy Holy Spirit. Lord ! where stayest Thou? Thou my God! where art Thou...
Seite 187 - ... from all excesses, sins, and crimes that thou mayst have committed, however great and enormous they may be, and of whatever kind...
Seite 165 - For thou art my rock and my fortress; therefore for thy name's sake lead me, and guide me.
Seite 215 - Hearest Thou not, my God ? Art Thou dead ? No ! Thou canst not die. Thou only hidest thyself. Hast Thou chosen me for this end ? I ask Thee. But I know for a surety that Thou hast chosen me.

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