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Table of Contents, Volume 7.
Luther's Sermons

Historic St. John Lutheran Church, Milwaukee




Luther's Sermons - Volume Seven - Table of Contents



First Sunday After Epiphany. The Fruits of Faith. Our Spiritual Service. Romans 12:1-6 

Second Sunday After Epiphany. The Gifts and Works of Christ’s Members. Our Christian Duty. Romans 12:6-16 

Third Sunday After Epiphany. Christian Revenge. Romans 12:16-21 

Fourth Sunday After Epiphany. Christian Love and the Command to Love. Romans 13:8-10 

Fifth Sunday After Epiphany. The Glorious Adornment of Christians. Colossians 3:12-17

Septuagesima. Third Sunday Before Lent. The Christian Race for the Prize. 1 Corinthians 9:24-10:5

Sexagesima. Second Sunday Before Lent. Paul’s Glory in His Labor and Sufferings. 2 Corinthians 11:19-12:9

Quinquagesima. Sunday Before Lent. Paul’s Praise of Christian Love. 1 Corinthians 13:1-13

Invocavit. First Sunday in Lent. An Entreaty to Live as Christians. 2 Corinthians 6:1-10

Reminiscere. Second Sunday in Lent. Exhortation to Holiness. 1 Thessalonians 4:1-7 

Oculi.Third Sunday in Lent. Exhortation to be Imitators of God. Ephesians 5:1-9

Laetare. Fourth Sunday in Lent. The Children of Promise. Galatians 4:21-31

Judica. Fifth Sunday in Lent. Christ Our Great High Priest. Hebrews 9:11-15 

Palm Sunday. Christ an Example of Love. Christ’s Humiliation and Exaltation. Philippians 2:5-11

SUMMER PART 1 OF THE EPISTLE POSTIL.

Easter Sunday. Purging Out the Old Leaven and the New Easter Festival of Christians. 1 Corinthians 5:6-8 

Easter Monday. Peter’s Sermon on the Blessings of Christ’s Resurrection. Acts 10:34-43 

Easter Tuesday. Paul’s Sermon on the Power and Blessings of Christ’s Resurrection. Acts 13:26-33.

Second Sermon. The Divine Word and the Resurrection. Acts 13:26-33 

Easter Wednesday. The Fruit That Follows Belief in the Resurrection. Colossians 3:1-7

Quasimodogeniti. Sunday After Easter. The Victory of Faith and the Witness of the Holy Spirit Through Baptism. 1 John 5:4-12 

Miserecordias Domini. Second Sunday After Easter. Exhortation to Patience by Christ’s Example in Suffering. 1 Peter 2:21-25

Jubilate. Third Sunday After Easter. Our Christian Duties. An Exhortation to the New Christian Life. 1 Peter 2:11-20 

Second Sermon. The Resurrection of the Dead. 1 Corinthians 15:20-28 

Cantate. Fourth Sunday After Easter. The Resurrection of the Dead. 1 Corinthians 15:35-50

Second Sermon. Our Gifts and Duties. James 1:16-21 

Rogate.Fifth Sunday After Easter. The Change of Our Mortal Body and the Destruction of Death. 1 Corinthians 15:51-57

Ascension Day. The History of Christ’s Ascension. Acts 1:1-12 

Exaudi. Sunday After Ascension. Soberness in Prayer and Fervency in Love, and the Proper Functions of Church Officers. 1 Peter 4:8-11 

Pentecost. The History of Pentecost. Acts 2:1-13 

Pentecost Monday. Peter’s Sermon on Joel’s Prophecy on the Outpouring of the Holy Spirit. Acts 2:14-28.
Two sermons on John 10:1-11.



PREFACE

All who retain the good old custom of the fathers in reading Luther’s Postil sermons on the Gospel and Epistle texts for each Sunday know what deep missionary thoughts are found in the sermons for Epiphany, Ascension Day and Pentecost.

In one sermon for Ascension Day on “Go ye into all the world and preach the Gospel to the whole creation,” we read, “these words of the Sovereign Ruler commission these poor beggars to go forth and proclaim this new message, not in one city or country only, but in all the world.”

The German text will be readily found in the 12th volume of the Walch and of the St. Louis Walch editions, and in the 8th volume of the Erlangen edition of Luther’s works.

Due acknowledgment is hereby made of aid received from the translation of Pastor Ambrose Henkel, and published in 1869, at New Market, Virginia. Also to Pastor C. B. Gohdes, for comparing the manuscript from the Third Sunday before Lent with the German text and making valuable improvements. J. N. LENKER.

Home for Young Women, Minneapolis, Minn., March 22, 1909.