12 September 2009
New Lutheran Quote of the Day
To bring the matter immediately into the practical life of our day we can say that the avoidance of modern dance and questionable films, of the excessive frequently of the theatre and the intemperate reading of fiction (particularly during the years of adolescence, and for that matter during all later times of special temptation or lowered powers of resistance) is as important as the attendance at divine services and the practice of prayer. Because sin has such a mysterious influence and ensnaring power, those places where it is glorified in sensuous and wild revelry are to be absolutely avoided. -- Köberle, *Quest for Holiness* p. 189, 190.
Posted by William Weedon at 2:50 PM