23 January 2013

Old Lutheran Quote of the Day

God's wonderful works which happen daily are lightly esteemed, not because they are of no import, but because they happen so constantly and without interruption. Man is used to the miracle that God rules the world and upholds all creation, and because things daily run their appointed course, it seems insignificant, and no man thinks it worth his while to meditate upon it and regard it as God's wonderful work.—Blessed Martin Luther, Sermons from 1544, Day by Day, p. 81.

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