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Christoph Blumhardt and his Message

Christoph Blumhardt and His Message


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He was an embarrassment to Christians and non-Christians alike. He seemed to challenge and disconcert everyone. And yet he possessed a strange confidence in God’s history; a confidence that inspired hope in many, and continues to do so even today.


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Christoph Friedrich Blumhardt (1842-1919) was an original. He was at home nowhere – he belonged neither to church circles nor to secular ones. He was an embarrassment to Christians and non-Christians alike. He seemed to challenge and disconcert everyone. And yet he possessed a strange confidence in God’s history; a confidence that inspired hope in many, and continues to do so even today. In this newly revised volume, Lejuene gives a short summary of Blumhardt’s life followed by nineteen of his thought-provoking sermons.

From Karl Barth:

Blumhardt can do something which most of us cannot do: represent God’s cause in the world yet not wage war on the world, love the world and yet be completely faithful to God, suffer with the world and speak a frank word about its need while simultaneously going beyond this to speak the redemptive word about the help it awaits.

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Table of Contents

  1. Christ the Lord
  2. The Power of God
  3. God’s Allies
  4. Behold, I Make All Things New
  5. When God Hid His Face
  6. The Lampstand of God’s People
  7. A New Foundation
  8. “Our Jehovah”
  9. The Light of the World
  10. God’s Kingdom
  1. People of Zion
  2. The Church of Jesus Christ
  3. Christ in the Flesh
  4. I Am the Lord
  5. Jesus among the Wretched
  6. “I Am with You”
  7. Our Human Right
  8. The Savior Is Coming
  9. The New Reality

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