Yesterday’s sermon on Acts 14 has been posted. You can listen to it or download it at the following link.
On Martin Luther after refusing to retract his writings when called before Charles V:
For Luther, it was the word of God that had freed him and saved him. He had no other security. But with it he had the courage to stand . . . When he got there [back to his quarters], he raised his hands, smiled and shouted, ‘I’ve come through! I’ve come through!’; then, turning to a friend, he told him that, even if he had a thousand heads, he would rather have them all lopped off than abandon his gospel.
– Michael Reeves in The Unquenchable Flame: Discovering the Heart of the Reformation
Here is the exact quote of Luther’s words referenced above:
If I had a thousand heads I would lose them all rather than to recant.
Two Christian evangelists in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, have been arrested after Muslims invited them to debate religion but instead called in security agents who charged the evangelists with illegal preaching. — via Compass Direct News