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Luther's "Christian Guide for Each Day"

Wednesday 01 May 2013 at 11:34 am.

1 May

God created man in His image, in the image of God He created him. Genesis 1:27.

By means of the repetition of this event, Moses perhaps wants to indicate that God had great joy in this, His most beautiful work and gloated over it. He also did not rejoice this much over the other creatures as over the humans, whom He had created in His own image. - Beyond a doubt however, it is also true that, just as God at that time had a desire and inclination within His council and work to create man, so He also has the desire and love today to again bring this His work back to its lost perfection through His Son and our Redeemer, Christ. And it is beneficial to consider such as this, namely, that God thinks the very best of us and has the desire to bring all who believe in Christ back to spiritual life through the resurrection from the dead.

There you have it - hope I didn't mess up the translation to badly...

In Christ,


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