Luther for the Busy Man is once more in print, thanks to Ambassador Publications, which I believe is the publisher for the Association of Free Lutheran Congregations (AFLC). I can’t say I know much about the collection of congregations, but I do know this book follows the historic one-year lectionary as guidance for daily devotions.
One person commented that this devotion reads “like mini sermons, a perfect way to begin or end each day.” I also know that professors who influenced me were influenced by Lutheran for the Busy Man during their own college days.
Here’s the blurb:
Luther for the Busy Man breaks up Luther’s commentary on the standard Gospel texts into manageable daily content, organized according to the Church Year. It is our prayer that readers will become enthralled with Luther’s wise interaction with, and passionate application of, the biblical texts. Some will meet the Reformer for the first time, with others gaining a deeper appreciation for Luther’s ethos. Each one will receive daily nourishment through reminders of justification through faith in Christ and all of its implications for life.
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Together, we have enjoyed a full year of Luther’s Works, all in daily, bite-sized chunks. We are excited that we now have the softcover edition available and are looking forward to having the hardcover edition in hand shortly.
Here’s a website: Luther for the Busy Man.