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Sțckhardt on Septuagesima РMatthew 20:1-16

Tuesday, February 15th, 2011

The few who are saved owe their salvation alone to mercy, to the wonderful grace and omnipotence of God. Does God, who makes possible the salvation for the few, make salvation impossible for the many? Is it God, who out of pure pleasure opens up the kingdom of heaven for the few, then out of […]

Sțckhardt on Epiphany 3 РMatthew 8:1-13

Tuesday, January 18th, 2011

It was simply not enough for [Jesus] to relieve the sick, concerning whom our text is speaking, of their bodily afflictions. They should share in the whole of the salvation He had brought to Israel. The leper became a believing disciple and confessor of Jesus. The Lord told him explicitly to bear witness to the […]

Sțckhardt on Advent 4 РJohn 1:19-28

Monday, December 13th, 2010

And how many there are who call themselves Christians and count themselves among humanity’s noble, among the elect, who put their trust in such false Christs and saviors, false prophets and zealots. They seek their salvation in power and prestige from the world, in vainglory and luxury, or in the wisdom of this world, in […]

Sțckhardt on Advent 3 РMatthew 11:2-10

Tuesday, December 7th, 2010

Now, is He really the Savior of the world? Yes, his very lowliness, that he descends into the misery of the miserable, into the poverty of the poor, proves this. It’s obvious no scepter, no crown, no glory, no personal advantage and self-gratification is he seeking in this world. He did not come to be […]

Walther and Sțckhardt on Trinity 24 РMatthew 9:18-26

Wednesday, November 10th, 2010

Walther Faith does not display this glorious power without the believer noticing something of it. It shows itself “as the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen” (Hebrews 11:1). Faith makes the believer divinely certain that he has God’s grace. It fills him with God’s peace. It sends the Holy Spirit […]