If you only remain under Christ's protection and lie still upon his shoulders, you need not be troubled about sin, death, or hell, for he defends you.
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Lessons in the Lutheran Confessions
No life is so difficult as the life of faith, depending only upon the promises of God when the who world seems to say, "God has forgotten all about you."
Scripture shows us that in God there are three persons — not three Gods or three kinds of divinity, but the same undivided, divine essence.
We are to cover the shame of our neighbor with our own honor and piety, not cause wounds caused by gossip that we cannot heal.
Luther writes that, "We should rebuke and deal with the sinner in earnest; yet we are not to despise but sincerely to love him."
"The tongue of a minister — the language he employs — must be of that simplicity which preaches naught but Christ," and brings him the glory.