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Luther's "Christian Guide for Each Day"

Monday 13 May 2013 at 2:18 pm.

23 May

Anyone who touches you, he is touching His eyeball. Zechariah 2:8.

This is a precious promise of comfort and consolation for a Christian in withstanding his/her persecutors, that they know that it is so important to Him, and that He so firmly adopts our sufferings, that He calls it grabbing ahold of His eyeball [lit. = apple of His eye, a.k.a. = pupil] and will tolerate no more than one is able to bear, that one can touch His eyeball much. Thus when the devil grabs hold of a Christian, it's like he is grabbing so that he has to bite his tongue and has burning fingers. For wherever the least member of Christendom suffers, the entire body feels and experiences it, so that they altogether flock to Him, lament and cry out; for that's how our Head, Christ, hears and feels it, and though He pauses a bit, yet when He begins to appear sour and turn up His nose, He also is not kidding.

My feeble mind is quivering - this translation has driven me up the wall...Lord forgive me where I didn't get it correct,

In the name of the Head of the invisible Church,


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