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Luther's "Christian Guide for Each Day"

Saturday 04 May 2013 at 5:25 pm.

4 May

I wait for the Lord, my soul waits, and I put my hope in His Word.  Psalm 130:4

There are some who want to point out to God the objective, themselves lay out for Him the time and measure, as to how He should to help them. And if it doesn't happen to them that way, they become despairing, may wish to seek help elsewhere. These don't wait, they do not wait on the Lord, God is supposed to wait on them and immediately be ready to help them and help them in no other way than what they have laid out for Him; but those who wait on the Lord petition Him for grace, however they leave it up to His good and gracious will as to when, how, and where and as to what means He helps them. They do not doubt about the help, also they do not designate any name, they let God Baptize and name them, and He shall also continue to forgive beyond all measure. But anyone who designates the help, it will not happen for him; for he does not put up with God's counsel, will and does not forgive.

Physically ouch, ouch .. I hope I got it right.

In Christ,

Elmer Hohle

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