Martin Luther Quote

Although the Christian is thus free from all works, he ought in this liberty to empty himself, take upon himself the form of a servant, be made in the likeness of men, be found in human form, and to serve, help and in every way deal with his neighbor as he sees that God through Christ has dealt and still deals with him.


Works of Martin Luther: With Introductions and Notes (ed. 1915)

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Although the Christian is thus free from all works, he ought in this liberty to empty himself, take upon himself the form of a servant, be made in...

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Although the Christian is thus free from all works, he ought in this liberty to empty himself, take upon himself the form of a servant, be made in...

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Although the Christian is thus free from all works, he ought in this liberty to empty himself, take upon himself the form of a servant, be made in...

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Although the Christian is thus free from all works, he ought in this liberty to empty himself, take upon himself the form of a servant, be made in...