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Luther's "Christian Guide for Each Day"

Thursday 30 May 2013 at 09:44 am.

30 May

The total goal of our instruction is love from a pure heart. 1 Timothy 1:5.

God alone is the man who never ceases to do good, as opposed to the world's ingratitude and contempt; instead He, by means of the fire of His love, swallows up and devours all vice and malice. A Christian should also have such a heart, so that he doesn't allow himself to be pressured away from good will and friendship, but rather much more so proceed and say: My dear brother, what I have done or still am doing for you, I have done and still am doing out of true love and have not desired or demanded that you thank or repay me for it. If you thank me for it, then I in turn thank God, if not, it's still the same, for that is not why I did it. Instead what I do, I  do for the sake of Him who loved me so much that He died on a cross for an ungrateful and condemned person like me, etc., and every blink of an eye still does more good than I deserve or am able to thank Him for. 

"Ouch!"  scream out my osteoid-arthritic bones - but I'm so grateful that Christ's unbroken bones bore the brunt of our transgressions in order to atone for our sin;  Thank you also, Jesus! for enabling me to do another translation.

In His Name,

EMH

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