Tuesday, October 31, 2006

"Today is Reformation Day, the day we celebrate the beginning
of the Protestant Reformation. October 31 stands as the day
that Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses to the door of the castle
church in Wittenberg. Luther, when he did this, surely had no
apprehension of just how significant an event this would be. And
yet this act now stands as a defining moment in history, a moment
which marked a point of no return. With the luxury of hindsight
we can see that Luther was now committed to Reformation. There
would be no turning back. The true church would rise from the
false, the gospel would finally shine forth once more."
Tim Challies at ChalliesDotCom has gathered a plethora of
resources to enjoy on the birthday of this most important day in
church history. I urge you to spend part of today reading and
contemplating how the reformation has been used by God in your

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