Dr. Martin Luther BIBLE
© DrMartinLuther.info by Johannes Biermanski, Germany 2018

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Johannes >John< Biermanski

The author was born in 1963 in North Rhine-Westphalia and completed a traineeship for wholesale and foreign trade in a pharmaceutical wholesale company. In the course of his professional development, he used to be a freelancer but was also officially employed; he has experienced a lot rises and falls throughout his life. While studying the Scriptures, he was led by the Spirit of the only God, the Almighty and the only Holy Father in heaven, whereas, by grace, he could recognize many things that are now presented as heresies to the world. In recent years he has been active in the proclamation of the Word of God in Europe, particularly in Brazil (South America), and has enlightened many people by his message, so that they get to know the true God, His holy name and His will and only obey Him - and start to think about all this, i. e. "so that they finally decide themselves in favour of the living God, instead of against Him, and their names are not erased from the divine 'Book of Life' forever."

Dr. Martin Luther

“I said formerly that the pope was Christ’s vicar; now I assert that he is our Lord’s adversary, and the devil’s apostle.” (D’Aubigne, b. 7, ch. 6).

Dr. Martin Luther

“Prove from the writings of the prophets and apostles that I have erred. As soon as I am convinced of this, I will retract every error, and be the first to lay hold of my books and throw them into the fire.” He continued: “I cannot submit my faith either to the pope or to the councils, because it is clear as the day that they have frequently erred and contradicted each other. Unless therefore I am convinced by the testimony of Scripture or by the clearest reasoning, unless I am persuaded by means of the passages I have quoted, and unless they thus render my conscience bound by the word of God, I cannot and I will not retract, for it is unsafe for a Christian to speak against his conscience. Here I stand, I can do no other; may God help me. Amen.” (D’Aubigné, book 7, chap. 8).

HalleluYah! HalleluYah!

This beast opens his mouth in blasphemy against God to blaspheme his name. What can be more blasphemous than for a mortal man to assume the titles which the pope assumes? He calls himself, Lord God, the pope;  King of kings, and Lord of lords; King of the world; Holy Father; Vicegerent of the Son of God; the Lion of the tribe of Judah; and by other titles which belong to Christ alone. And besides, the pope has, in our own day, backed by the deliberate action of the Ecumenical Council of 1870, assumed the divine prerogative of infallibility! He blasphemes his tabernacle by turning the attention of his subjects to his own throne and palace instead of to the tabernacle of God in Heaven; by turning their attention away from the city of God, Jerusalem above, and pointing them to Rome, as the eternal city. And he blasphemes them that dwell in Heaven, by assuming to exercise the power of forgiving sins, and so turning away the minds of men from the mediatorial work of Christ and his heavenly assistants in the sanctuary above. („Daniel and the Revelation“ by Uriah Smith, p. 506)
Dr. Martin Luther BIBLE

About

Editor - English

Johannes >John<

Biermanski

The author was born in 1963 in North Rhine- Westphalia and completed a traineeship for wholesale and foreign trade in a pharmaceutical wholesale company. In the course of his professional development, he used to be a freelancer but was also officially employed; he has experienced a lot rises and falls throughout his life. While studying the Scriptures, he was led by the Spirit of the only God, the Almighty and the only Holy Father in heaven, whereas, by grace, he could recognize many things that are now presented as heresies to the world. In recent years he has been active in the proclamation of the Word of God in Europe, particularly in Brazil (South America), and has enlightened many people by his message, so that they get to know the true God, His holy name and His will and only obey Him - and start to think about all this, i. e. "so that they finally decide themselves in favour of the living God, instead of against Him, and their names are not erased from the divine 'Book of Life' forever."

Dr. Martin Luther

“I said formerly that the pope was Christ’s vicar; now I assert that he is our Lord’s adversary, and the devil’s apostle.” (D’Aubigne, b. 7, ch. 6).

Dr. Martin Luther

“Prove from the writings of the prophets and apostles that I have erred. As soon as I am convinced of this, I will retract every error, and be the first to lay hold of my books and throw them into the fire.” He continued: “I cannot submit my faith either to the pope or to the councils, because it is clear as the day that they have frequently erred and contradicted each other. Unless therefore I am convinced by the testimony of Scripture or by the clearest reasoning, unless I am persuaded by means of the passages I have quoted, and unless they thus render my conscience bound by the word of God, I cannot and I will not retract, for it is unsafe for a Christian to speak against his conscience. Here I stand, I can do no other; may God help me. Amen.” (D’Aubigné, book 7, chap. 8).
© DrMartinLuther.info by Johannes Biermanski, Germany 2018

HalleluYah! HalleluYah!

This beast opens his mouth in blasphemy against God to blaspheme his name. What can be more blasphemous than for a mortal man to assume the titles which the pope assumes? He calls himself, Lord God, the pope;  King of kings, and Lord of lords; King of the world; Holy Father; Vicegerent of the Son of God; the Lion of the tribe of Judah; and by other titles which belong to Christ alone. And besides, the pope has, in our own day, backed by the deliberate action of the Ecumenical Council of 1870, assumed the divine prerogative of infallibility! He blasphemes his tabernacle by turning the attention of his subjects to his own throne and palace instead of to the tabernacle of God in Heaven; by turning their attention away from the city of God, Jerusalem above, and pointing them to Rome, as the eternal city. And he blasphemes them that dwell in Heaven, by assuming to exercise the power of forgiving sins, and so turning away the minds of men from the mediatorial work of Christ and his heavenly assistants in the sanctuary above. („Daniel and the Revelation“ by Uriah Smith, p. 506)