Tag Archives: Psalm 119

2nd Sunday before Lent (Sexagesimae)

“Oh, that today you would listen as he speaks!  Do not harden your hearts.” Hebrews 3,15 (Watchword) Hymns of the Lutheran Church God´s Holy Word for this Sunday The Introit teaches us to pray with God´s holy Word: O Lord, your … Continue reading

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Genesis Lectures.

“Luther´s exegesis over more than a decade.” Part 7 of “Guidance in the Pentateuch. Re-reading Moses with Luther.” Genesis Lectures (8 volumes in Luther´s Works – and over 11 yrs)[1] John Maxfield finds this evangelical understanding in the lectures (Pg.9), … Continue reading

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The Lord is my shepherd… (Psalm 23)

Learning German hymns by heart is way easier than memorizing Psalms – and not only because we´re stuck with Luther´s translation for good reasons and don´t have the endless choices of English speakers.  Psalms have irregular meters, don´t rhyme and … Continue reading

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