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Luther on Spiritual Warfare (part 7)

How a Common Christian has Need of Such Power in His Station. It belongs in common to all Christians that they preserve the doctrine and their faith, but especially they which carry out the preaching office, that each in his particular station can stand up for it and answer useless talkers. “Do you not hear […]

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Luther on Spiritual Warfare (part 6)

  And in the might of His strength. Paul here uses quite emphatic words. This is certainly unclearly spoken, and it is neither good German, Latin, nor Greek, but instead quite Hebrew. Still we must retain the words, because he had reason to talk this way. He saw and thought farther than we do in […]

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Luther on Spiritual Warfare (part 6)

  And in the might of His strength. Paul here uses quite emphatic words. This is certainly unclearly spoken, and it is neither good German, Latin, nor Greek, but instead quite Hebrew. Still we must retain the words, because he had reason to talk this way. He saw and thought farther than we do in […]

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Luther on Spiritual Warfare (part 5)

But a Christian Should Firmly Abide by His Calling Therefore, as one must, through the Word make himself firm and certain in the Lord against the attacks of unbelief or the despising of the Word, so also we have here to bring it about, that we strengthen ourselves well with the same Word of the […]

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Luther on Spiritual Warfare (part 4)

But such strength is quite rare in the world. For how many are they now, who so take up the subject, that they be certain of their faith and life in their hearts, that they can firmly hold to them and despise all other things? Yes, the whole world does not come to this point […]

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Luther on Spiritual Warfare (part 3)

7. How This Must Happen in the Preaching Office and Other Stations As, for instance, he who wants to be a pious preacher or pastor. He has his hands full that he rightly carry out his office, preach pure and clear, exhort, pray, and watch, that the devil not secretly cause sects and hinder him […]

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Luther on Spiritual Warfare (part 2)

6. What “Be Strong in the Lord” Means This is so much as to say, be so minded that you hold fast and remain with that which you have received, and each carry out his faith and his office well, and not follow or give in to the devil’s promptings or his own flesh and […]

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Luther on Spiritual Warfare (part 1)

Edifying Treatment of the Armor and Weapons of a Christian Preached by Luther in 1532 “Finally, be strong in the Lord and in the strength of his might. Put on the whole armor of God, that you may be able to stand against the schemes of the devil. For we do not wrestle against flesh […]

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Preparing Young Warriors for Spiritual Battle

…the most consistent training for spiritual strength is done at home by you. Teach your children daily by example. Plan devotionals, read Bible stories, play worship music in your home and car, sing His praise together. Most importantly: pray with yo… . . . → Read More: Preparing Young Warriors for Spiritual Battle

Get Ready to Rumble with “Prayer Warrior” Stormie Omartian

There are too many good things that won’t happen if we are not praying. And there are also terrible things that will happen if we don’t pray. I wrote this book because I saw too many people being destroyed for lack of knowledge about this subject [spiritual warfare]. . . . → Read More: Get Ready to Rumble with “Prayer Warrior” Stormie Omartian . . . → Read More: Get Ready to Rumble with “Prayer Warrior” Stormie Omartian

Waited on By Angels. St. Michael 2013.

St. Michael and All Angels St. Peter Lutheran Church Revelation 12:7-12 (Daniel 10:10-14; 12:1-3) September 29, 2013 Out of Nothing, Week 3.  Prayer. “We are waited on by angels” Jesus   There’s nothing like seeing an angel to make you understand clearly what you are apart from Christ.   Apart from Christ, you are nothing.  […] . . . → Read More: Waited on By Angels. St. Michael 2013. . . . → Read More: Waited on By Angels. St. Michael 2013.

I am the stench of death

But thanks be to God, who in Christ always leads us in triumphal procession, and through us spreads the fragrance of the knowledge of Him everywhere.  For we are the aroma of Christ to God among those who are being saved and among those who are perishing, to the one a fragrance from death to […] . . . → Read More: I am the stench of death . . . → Read More: I am the stench of death

Can Christians Talk To Dead Loved Ones? Pray for them?

These days it is quite common for conservative protestants to claim to speak with the dead.  At least in my experience.  You often hear people speak as though their deceased loved one was in the room on a certain occasion, speaking with them, flipping the lights off and on, etc.  On the other hand, conservative […] . . . → Read More: Can Christians Talk To Dead Loved Ones? Pray for them? . . . → Read More: Can Christians Talk To Dead Loved Ones? Pray for them?