Reformation Day

Yesterday was October 31st, you know what that means.

That’s right Reformation Day!

What were you thinking of something else?

Anyways that’s the day Martin Luther nailed his Ninety Five Theses onto the door of the All Saints Church. 

There is of course the exaggeration that this behavior was a huge demonstration but in reality it was common practice to nail messages to the church door. 

Nevertheless it is one the most important days in church history. Believe it or not the Catholics even acknowledge the day now. Which I find odd but I’m not going to go down that rabbit hole right now.

The point of this entry is to acknowledge and focus on Reformation Day.

I am certainly no expert on the subject so im going to leave some links of some articles and a book I found that may interest you on the Reformation.

Here they are…


A Book on Martin Luther:

Ninety-Five Theses:

Have a Blessed Week,


Daily Bible Readings:

Monday – Ruth 3:1-5; 4:13-17

Tuesday – Psalm 127

Wednesday – Hebrews 9:24-28

Thursday – Mark 12:38-44

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