Excerpt for Martin Luther
Friday, June 28, 2013
It is the nature of God that makes something out of nothing. Consequently, if someone is not nothing, God can make nothing out of him. Thus, God accepts no one except the abandoned, makes no one healthy except the sick, gives no one signt except the blind, brings no one life except the dead, makes no one wise except the foolish, and in short, has mercy upon the wretched, and gives no one grace except those who have not grace.
Excerpt taken from Martin Luther, a 16th professor of theology.