The Young Lutheran Company

The Life and Letters of William Passavant by George Gerberding

“The Life of Dr. Passavant should have been given to the Church at least a decade ago. “In the lives of God’s eminent children we have most useful and delightful information for the mind, inspiration for the spirit, braces for our faith, stimuli for our hope and most effective incentives for our love. Such lives are lived for others. They are not over when those who lived them are gone, but being dead they yet speak.

The Autobiography of Rev. Joseph Hamilton Fesperman

Those who struggle with the loneliness of dark days or the isolating pain of chronic illness may find gentle solace in the the thoughts of this dear brother in Christ. Solitude in Suffering “As I sit here in pain, without a single token of sympathy from the human race, I am profoundly grateful to God for my precious Savior. That Christ came to save me, reconciles me to the numerous and depressing afflictions of my life.