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How did Luther’s life exemplify costly grace?

The Cost of Discipleship

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Although he entered the monastery with a profound sense of piety, it wasn’t until he left that he experienced true grace. The reason was that the world of monasticism was crumbling, so he grasped the outstretched arm of grace as a last resort—realizing no works are of any avail.


The Cost of Discipleship by Dietrich Bonhoeffer