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Luther's "Christian Guide for Each Day"

Monday 06 May 2013 at 8:16 pm.

6 May

It is good to trust in the Lord and not rely on princes. Psalm 118:9.

I will gladly also be obedient to the king and prince, serve him, seek and require the best for him, will help and counsel, support him with love and kindness.  However, I'll forget about relying on him to make me rich, glorious or to save me. For tomorrow the weather could easily change, so that he would persecute me. If I then on account of my Lord's and a man's will have done something in opposition against God and man, where would I like to be when God and man become enraged against me? Rather let the favor/grace of man forsake me and let God's favor/grace remain for me, thus human favor/grace will easily find me. If it doesn't find me, then let it go to the devil, God's favor/grace is sufficient for me. If I however lose God's favor/grace, then in the end man's favor/grace will also forsake me, then I along with my princes go to the devil, both with God's and man's disfavor. Here I've really hit the nail on the head.

Thank you Lord for your "Huld" (grace/favor) to enable me to struggle through another one.

In Christ,

Elmer H.

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