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The following quotation is from Martin Luther's sermon "On the Magnificat" (the Song of Mary, Luke 1:46-55).

"For He that is mighty hath done great things for me, and Holy is His Name." (Luke 1:49)

The "great things" are nothing less than that she became the Mother of God, in which work so many and such great good things are bestowed upon her as pass man's understanding. For on this there follows all honor, all blessedness, and her unique place in the whole of mankind, among whom she has no equal, namely, that she had a child by the Father in :), and such a child. She herself is unable to find a name for this work, it is too exceedingly great; all she can do is break out in the fervent cry: "They are great things," impossible to describe or define. Hence men have crowded all her glory into a single word, calling her the Mother of God.


Да ли сте чули неког протестанта да Пресвету Дјеву зове Богородицом?Ја јесам,Мартина Лутера  :)

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Do sada sam sjedao sa jednim luteranskim sveštenikom iz Norveške...vrlo korektan i uljudan čovjek, žao mi je što nisi imao priliku da ga upoznaš... Čista suprotnost od svih njihovih  koje znamo... :-[

A ovo Luterovo je extra, trebamo neđe Vladu&co odnijeti...

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A new lie about me is being circulated. I am supposed to have preached and written that Mary, the mother of God, was not a virgin either before or after the birth of Christ . .

Scripture does not say or indicate that she later lost her virginity .

". . . she is full of grace, proclaimed to be entirely without sin. . . . God's grace fills her with everything good and makes her devoid of all evil. . . . God is with her, meaning that all she did or left undone is divine and the action of God in her. Moreover, God guarded and protected her from all that might be hurtful to her."

Ref: Luther's Works, American edition, vol. 43, p. 40, ed. H. Lehmann, Fortress, 1968

". . . she is rightly called not only the mother of the man, but also the Mother of God. . . . it is certain that Mary is the Mother of the real and true God."

Ref: Sermon on John 14. 16: Luther's Works (St. Louis, ed. Jaroslav, Pelican, Concordia. vol. 24. p. 107)

"Christ our Savior was the real and natural fruit of Mary's virginal womb. . . . This was without the cooperation of a man, and she remained a virgin after that."

(REf: On the Gospel of St. John: Luther's Works, vol. 22. p. 23, ed. Jaroslav Pelican, Concordia, 1957)

"Men have crowded all her glory into a single phrase: The Mother of God. No one can say anything greater of her, though he had as many tongues as there are leaves on the trees." (From the Commentary on the Magnificat.)

The veneration of Mary is inscribed in the very depths of the human heart. (Sermon, September 1, 1522).

She is the] highest woman and the noblest gem in Christianity after Christ . . . She is nobility, wisdom, and holiness personified. We can never honor her enough. Still honor and praise must be given to her in such a way as to injure neither Christ nor the Scriptures. (Sermon, Christmas, 1531).

is the consolation and the superabundant goodness of God, that man is able to exult in such a treasure. Mary is his true Mother .. (Sermon, Christmas, 1522)

Mary is the Mother of Jesus and the Mother of all of us even though it was Christ alone who reposed on her knees . . . If he is ours, we ought to be in his situation; there where he is, we ought also to be and all that he has ought to be ours, and his mother is also our mother. (Sermon, Christmas, 1529).

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"But the other conception, namely the infusion of the soul, it is piously and suitably believed, was without any sin, so that while the soul was being infused, she would at the same time be cleansed from original sin and adorned with the gifts of God to receive the holy soul thus infused. And thus, in the very moment in which she began to live, she was without all sin." (Martin Luther, Weimar edition of Martin Luther's Works, trans. and ed. J. Pelikan. Concordia: St. Louis, Volume 4, 694)

A citajte baptistu Sima Ralevica sta govoi o Presvetoj Bogorodici... U svakoj brosuri koju je napisao, potencira kako je ona bila ''pobožna Jevrejka'', ali isto grešna...

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Prije da ne znaju, a ako poneki i zna,re?i ?e ti: ''Luter nije Biblija.Ja vjerujem samo u Bibliju.''

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Ja jesam i Kalvina. Progooglaj malo. :cheesy3:


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Овамо на кафе дел монтенегро се појавио неки пентекосталац али је престао да постује а пнда је дошао неки протестант са којим сам имао малецки окршај.Хе хе,није ми одговорио за Лутера и Пресвету Богородицу:


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". . . she is full of grace, proclaimed to be entirely without sin. . . .

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