Strange, though I am saved from sin, I am not saved from sinning.

-Martin Luther
Martin Luther

... we must drive them [Jews] out like mad dogs, so that we do not become partakers of their abominable blasphemy and all the their other vices and thus merit God's wrath and be damned with them.

Martin Luther
Our bodies are always exposed to Satan. The maladies I suffer are not natural, but Devil's spells.
Martin Luther

Reason is the greatest enemy that faith has; it never comes to the aid of spiritual things, but more frequently than not struggles against the divine Word, treating with contempt all that emanates from God.

Martin Luther
The only saving faith is that which casts itself on God for life or death.
Martin Luther

Nothing good ever comes of violence.

Martin Luther
A man must completely despair of himself in order to become fit to obtain the grace of Christ.
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
Where the battle rages, there the loyalty of the soldier is proved.
Martin Luther

Whatever man loves, that is his god. For he carries it in his heart; he goes about with it night and day; he sleeps and wakes with it, be it what it may - wealth or self, pleasure or renown.

Martin Luther
What is our death but a night's sleep? For as through sleep all weariness and faintness pass away and cease, and the powers of the spirit come back again, so that in the morning we arise fresh and strong and joyous; so at the Last Day we shall rise again as if we had only slept a night, and shall be fresh and strong.