There is precious little available among the 19th century Lutheran fathers on the Parable of the Ten Virgins. I haven’t checked my copy of Walther’s “Licht des Lebens,” but there is nothing I have from Walther on this text. Stöckhardt did preach on this text for Trinity 25, but only because Trinity 27 rarely was […]
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1879, 1891, and 1905.
This from Volume Three of “Magazin”
This is a ROUGH translation of a “disposition” (ordering) of a sermon for Trinity 1. The urtext is from Volume Three (1879) of “Magazin für Ev.-Luth. Homiletik”, available at Google Books. The author is Blessed George Stöckhardt. The more I read his writings, the more I love the guy. He tells it like it is! […]
It’s sad, but most mortals despise his Word and so see and taste death in eternity. So let’s seal up this precious word in our hearts and retain this comfort for ourselves for the hour of death. So many pious Christians have already by their death interpreted, strengthened, and confirmed this word of the Lord […]