Quotes by Martin Luther

Martin Luther

If you want to change the world, pick up your pen and write.

Martin Luther
There never yet have been, nor are there now, too many good books.
Martin Luther

In contrast to ethical relativism, Christianity sets forth a system of absolute moral values and affirms that God has placed within the very structure of this universe certain moral principles that are fixed and immutable.

Martin Luther
God is in all creatures, even in the smallest flowers.
Martin Luther

He who receives a sacrament does not perform a good work; he receives a benefit. In the mass we give Christ nothing; we only receive from Him.

Martin Luther
It is pleasing to God whenever thou rejoices or laughest from the bottom of thy heart
Martin Luther

The believing man hath the Holy Ghost; and where the Holy Ghost dwelleth, He will not suffer a man to be idle, butstirreth him up to all exercises of piety and godliness, and of true religion, to the love of God, to the patient suffering of afflictions, to prayer, to thanksgiving, and the exercise of charity towards all men.

Martin Luther
The multitude of books is a great evil. There is no limit to this fever for writing.
Martin Luther

Whoever has skill in music is of good temperament and fitted for all things. We must teach music in schools.

Martin Luther
When I am angry I can pray well and preach well.