Luther’s Five Pieces of Advice for Struggling Believers

13 Oct

In this blogpost, Jonathan Parnell distills five points of action for struggling believers from Martin Luther’s letter to his student, Jerome Weller. They include:

  1. Rejoice because temptation testifies of God’s mercy to you.
  2. Do not dwell on the deadly thoughts of the Devil.
  3. Laugh your adversary to scorn.
  4. Be around other believers.
  5. Proclaim the good news of Jesus for you and your salvation.

Click here to read the entire post (including the actual letter).


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