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Luther's "Christian Guide for Each Day"

Saturday 25 May 2013 at 5:50 pm.

25 May

We boast of our afflictions. Romans 5:3.

If the devil were clever enough to remain silent and allowed the gospel to be proclaimed, he then would have less harm. For when the gospel is not disputed, it completely rusts up and has no reason and opportunity to lay out its power and might upon the day.  That's why the gospel can experience nothing better than when the world opposes it with power and cleverness. The more my conscience, sin and the devil dispute me, the stronger becomes my righteousness.  For the sins, which oppress me, make me hurt, thus I then harder and stronger continue to pray and cry out to God, thus my faith becomes stronger and stronger. Since we then have such a treasure, which becomes stronger through challenges and repulsiveness, we then should not be afraid, but rather be of good cheer and boast about our afflictions.   

Lord, may our afflictions be used by you to strengthen our faith.

In the Name of Jesus,

Elmer H.

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