Look deeply at the Reformation, and you will see that it’s more than printing presses and theses nailed to doors and theological debates. It’s the story of ordinary believers, husbands and wives and fathers and mothers, poised in the words of Scripture, reclaiming the primacy of Jesus Christ for their lives, their marriages, their families, and their eternal hopes, who stand as a cloud of witnesses calling us to do likewise. They call us to hold our biblical convictions without wavering, to enjoy God’s earthly blessings, and to endure all momentary afflictions now for the great eternal joy set before us. Today, we learn about Hellen Stirke, one of the ordinary people who was martyred for her Protestant faith.
-Psalm 135:1-7 (From the Trinity Psalter)
-Westminster Larger Catechism Question 25
“The Ordinary Virgin Mary from Desiring God’s series ‘Here we Stand’
-The Athanasian Creed
-The Lords Prayer
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