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Luther's "Christian Guide for Each Day"

Wednesday 24 April 2013 at 06:00 am.

25 April

And in the night there appeared to Paul a vision, it was a man from Macedonia, who stood and urged him and said: Come over to Macedonia and help us.  As soon as he saw the vision, we immediately looked for a way to travel to Macedonia, convinced that the Lord had called us there to proclaim the good news to them.  Acts 16:9-10

This is how God proceeds to provide with His own, that He doesn't let them remain very long at one place, chases them over here and over there, not only for their sake, so that their faith will be preserved, but also to benefit other people. That's how He by means of hunger drove Abraham to Egypt, so that he also there would provide benefits and enlighten certain ones with the knowledge of God, which he without a doubt did do. That's how God wondrously deals upon earth, sends apostles and preachers to the people, even before they envision it or think about it; also those who are sent do themselves not know where they will go.

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In Christ,

Elmer H.

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Dawn Patterson

Hello Pastor Hohle. Be assured that we want to continue reading these translations.

You may not see us. You may not know us. But we continue to be here. Please have faith that we, the unseen, do indeed exist.

Your work here is appreciated here and now by us, and will be appreciated by many others in the future as they discover your blog.

“That’s how God wondrously deals upon earth, sends apostles and preachers to the people, even before they envision it or think about it; also those who are sent do themselves not know where they will go.”

Who knows where these translations will go? Who will partake of the wisdom? How many lives will be influenced? If even only one soul is saved among the many readers, it is a journey most worthy. Thank you!

Dawn Patterson - 04/27/2013 10:36




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