Martin Luther - Commentary on the Epistle to the Galatians - The best commendation of any work is to know that one has done the work that God has given him well and that God is pleased with his effort.
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The best commendation of any work is to know that one has done the work that God has given him well and that God is pleased with his effort.

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1535
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Translated by Theodore Graebner
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Martin Luther - Commentary on the Epistle to the Galatians - The best commendation of any work is to know that one has done the work that God has given him well and that God is pleased with his effort.
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