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Luther's "Christian Guide for Each Day"

Monday 13 January 2014 at 06:00 am.

13 January

God is love, and anyone who lives in the love, he lives in God and God in him. 1 John 4:16. 

That's truly a high beginning, love being exquisitely praised and exalted and strongly admonished and tense with the highest and most perfect example. If one lengthily states that love is a precious and perfect virtue, there still is nothing to keep one from saying that God Himself is love, so that if a person wanted to draw/sketch and meet God, he would have to encounter such an image that would be sheer love, as if the divine Nature were nothing but a fiery furnace and flame of such a love which fills the heavens and the earth, and moreover, if one could draw and make such an image, one would have to make an image which is not actually human, indeed neither angelic nor heavenly, but instead it would be God Himself.

Unfortunately my weak mind was incapable of making this one make as much sense in English as Luther has it saying in German.  After all is said and done, God's love truly demonstrates itself in Bethlehem's manger, on Calvary's cross, and in Joseph of  Arimathea's  open tomb!  God grant that we live in His love.

In Christ,

Elmer H.

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