ft1 The following Luther preached on another occasion, Translator.
ft2 § 34 to § 39 is found in Edition c and pamphlets.
ft3 §§ 47 to 72 are found only in edition c. and pamphlets.
ft4 See the miscellaneous sermons of Luther.
ft5 6-36 paragraphs inclusive are the same as paragraphs 6-36 in the preceding sermon as will appear from a critical examination. The paragraphing is a little different, but the matter is the same and it is not necessary, but rather confusing to repeat it here.
fta1 Instead of “the whole vessel” etc. d. has: “Destroy all men just as he ruins many souls through false doctrine.”
fta2 Instead of “and said to him” etc. d. has “that he might overthrow him through the greatest weakness of flesh and blood and bring shame upon him. This angers” etc.
fta3 Instead of “Moses and Peter” etc. d. has: “Moses also had a great and strongfaith, so that he led the people of Israel through the midst of the sea and through death; but afterwards he and his brother fell; although God soon afterwards raised them up again.”
fta4 Instead of “this parable” etc. d. has: “Therefore we should not be too certain, although we have made a beginning in faith, nor deceive ourselves” etc.
fta5 The following words, concerning the newly regulated mass at Wittenberg, are found in the last of the above-mentioned separate publications, at the close of the sermon. Cf. Erl. Ed., 14, 278 f.