21 March 2011
New Lutheran Quote of the Day
Lutherans know a church that does not merely happen from time to time by the miracle of the Holy Spirit coming to the words, but a church that endures through the millennia of history where the means of grace, the Word and the sacrament, have the work of the Holy Spirit alive in them. This church has its own history, which faith reads in the administration of the means of grace. If there is a history of the way of God's Word in the world, then there is also a history of the working of this Word. -- Hermann Sasse, *We Confess: Jesus Christ* p. 82.
Posted by William Weedon at 3:35 PM