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When a major media company purposely omits a young man’s testimony, we call it a lie, a lie of omission. By contrast, the church has a great gift to our world: the truth!

We give a shout out to Martin Luther and his stand for truth many Januarys ago.

And don’t wait. When the Bible uses the word ‘wait’ in Isaiah, it does not mean just do nothing. Instead, we depend on God and his resources while taking the initiative that pleases Him.

Waiting is too often an excuse. No more waiting!


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james bailey
james bailey
5 months ago

Luther is remembered for his doctrines ‘by grace alone’ are we saved, and not by works.
And once saved, always saved (eternal assurance). Both anti-Catholic Church doctrine
in nature. Pillars of protestanism ‘truth’. Luther and the protestants were condemned to
eternal damnation by the Holy Roman Catholic Church, for these ‘truths’ for which they stood.

I have often wondered (as a Baptist), if Luther and his Germanic prince protectors stood for
‘the truth’, why would God let over two hundred years of Holy War between Catholics and Protestants
take place on on the European continent? Was God dissatisfied with Protestant doctrine? Catholic doctrine?
Could Luther and the Protestants have been ‘wrong’ in their interpretation of the scriptures? Was
not the ‘truth’ regarding the cision/separation in the then existing Church in the 1520s, who would get the money
being placed in the Church coffers? What would history have looked like, if Luther and Calvin been ‘omitted’ from
history?

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