Well, I've now completed 7 Volumes of Luther's Works and must say that I am still finding them an enjoyable read. In a letter to Rev. In today’s readings the risen Christ ascends into heaven and his followers are assured that the Spirit will empower them to be witnesses throughout the earth. The official title of this edition is D. Martin Luthers Werke: kritische Gesammtausgabe. The Weimar edition of Luther's works, also known as the Weimarer Ausgabe (WA), is a critical complete edition of all writings of Martin Luther and his verbal statements, in Latin and German. A quote from Luther during these anxious times: From Luther’s Works, Volume 43, P. 132 In dealing with the Black Death Plague Martin Luther wrote: Therefore I shall ask God mercifully to protect us. Dr. John Hess Please be in prayer for our church, our missions, and our compassionate outreach to our community. In a letter to Rev. Dr. John Hess, found in Luther’s Works, Volume 43 p. 132, as “Whether one may flee from a Deadly Plague,” Luther writes: “I shall ask God mercifully to protect us. -Luther’s Works, Volume 43, p. 132, “Whether One May Flee From a Deadly Plague” Marvin Olasky writing in his excellent essay Love without Foolhardiness summarizes Luther’s counsel as: Love your neighbor Don’t be stupid Then I shall fumigate, help purify the air Dr. John Hess, found in Luther’s Works, Volume 43 p. 132, as “Whether one may flee from a Deadly Plague,” Luther writes: “I shall ask God mercifully to protect us. The next volume will be the last on Genesis.

Our Luther's Works Volume 43 pg 132 the letter "Whether one may flee from a Deadly Plague" written to Rev.