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The Reformation: Then And Now

Luther: The Wild Boar In The Vineyard

Erwin W. Lutzer | January 14, 2007

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Martin Luther was studying to be a lawyer, but a lightning bolt struck nearby and terrified him. So he decided to become a monk. But as he took up their rigorous practices, he found no relief for his sin, guilt, and despair. 

It wasn’t until he was asked to teach theology from the books of Psalms and Romans that his eyes were opened. Luther began to cling to the gift of righteousness through faith in Jesus Christ and was born again. After this conversion, the world would never be the same. 

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