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A slogan of the Reformation was “Semper Reformanda”—always reforming. The Church and therefore Christians must always be reforming. To do so, like the chief reformer, our consciences must be captive to the Word of God. Daily Bible reading and meditation in the scriptures is a primary way to keep your conscience in the Word. Daily Reformwas written with this idea in mind. It springs from the writings of a variety of Reformers. I provide supporting scriptures and pull the two together with my own thoughts.

 —Mark Ryman

Daily Reform

This daily devotional is found on Pastor Ryman’s blog. It begins with two scripture references—one verse from Galatians and supporting verses from elsewhere in the Bible. Next is a paragraph or so from Martin Luther's Commentary on the Epistle to the Galatians. Lastly, Pastor Ryman pulls together the scriptures and Luther with thoughts of his own.

Daily Reformation

This daily devotional is also found on Pastor Ryman’s blog. It follows the same structure as above but uses writings of a variety of Reformers instead of only Luther. This devotional uses Sunday Lectionary passages and is arranged by Bible reference.


 






“Study to show yourself approved to God, a worker who needs not be ashamed, rightly handling the Word of Truth.”

—2 Timothy 2:15 (ESV)

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