Here I Stand: a Life of Martin Luther - The Church Ministerial Summary & Analysis

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The Church Ministerial Summary and Analysis

Luther excels equally at preaching sermons, translating the Bible, lecturing in class hall, and praying in the upper room. Luther believes salvation is through the World. He holds three public services on Sunday, one on the Pauline epistles, one on the gospels, and the other on a particular theme. Mondays and Tuesdays are sermons on the catechism. Wednesdays the focus is on the gospel of Matthew. Thursday and Friday he examines apostolic letters. Saturday covers John's gospel. Including family devotions, Luther speaks four times on Sundays. He is earnest about his preaching. Even though Luther preaches on the same great passages and the same events, he always keeps his messages fresh and highlights a new aspect. Luther is always teaching and preaching. Above all, Luther is a man of prayer.

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