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Walk through Luther’s commentaries on the Book of Isaiah with Pastor Brian Kachelmeier, who explains Luther’s interpretation of the conscience and applies it to your life today.
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“My conscience is captive to the Word of God.”
—Martin Luther

Your conscience is that small voice inside that guides your actions and thoughts, convicting you of wrongdoing—but the conscience is more than just a guilty feeling or a moral compass.

The conscience is a gift from God, the faculty of the heart that is to be shaped by what is right or wrong in God’s sight. Only through Christ can you receive a clean conscience, life, salvation, and peace.

Reading Isaiah with Luther offers highlights from Luther’s commentaries on the Book of Isaiah (where Luther explains the conscience), contemporary applications and explanations, and full-color artwork that helps you pause and reflect on key Luther quotes.

“Through the power of the Gospel, Christ comes to assure us that for His sake, we have life, salvation, and the forgiveness of sins. Being justified by faith, we now have peace with God in our hearts through our Lord Jesus Christ.”

“Stellar work for the here and now. . . . Exudes with pastoral concern for God’s people.”

Reed Lessing, Senior Pastor at St. Michael Lutheran Church, Fort Wayne, Indiana

“A much-needed trip that we need to take from fear and uncertainty to faith’s joyful conviction.”

William Weedon, Chaplain, LCMS Director of Worship

“Modern readers can benefit from the words of the prophet as explored by the words of the reformer.”

Gene Edward Veith, co-author of Authentic Christianity

Rev. Brian L. Kachelmeier

Rev. Brian L. Kachelmeier is pastor at Redeemer Evangelical Lutheran Church in Los Alamos, New Mexico. He is a graduate student in the Doctor of Ministry program at Concordia Theological Seminary in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Kachelmeier has a BA in Religious Studies from the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and an MDiv from Concordia Theological Seminary in Fort Wayne, Indiana.

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