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Glory to God Alone
by Martin Luther

When I first took over the defense of the Gospel, I remember what Doctor Staupitz said to me. '"I like it well," said he, "that the doctrine which you proclaim gives glory to God alone and none to man. For never can too much glory, goodness, and mercy be ascribed unto God." These words of the worthy Doctor comforted and confirmed me. The Gospel is true because it deprives men of all glory, wisdom, and righteousness and turns over all honor to the Creator alone.

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