Martin Luther Quote

We know that death never skips or spares anybody and that no one ever returns. And yet we go on like the blind, who see as little at midday as in the pitch-dark night. We do not take these examples to heart; we do not realize that today or tomorrow our turn will come.


What Luther says: an anthology (ed. Concordia, 1959)

Picture Quote 1

We know that death never skips or spares anybody and that no one ever returns. And yet we go on like the blind, who see as little at midday as in the ...

Picture Quote 2

We know that death never skips or spares anybody and that no one ever returns. And yet we go on like the blind, who see as little at midday as in the ...

Picture Quote 3

We know that death never skips or spares anybody and that no one ever returns. And yet we go on like the blind, who see as little at midday as in the ...

Picture Quote 4

We know that death never skips or spares anybody and that no one ever returns. And yet we go on like the blind, who see as little at midday as in the ...