Sixteenth century translation of the Commentary on the Galatians, probably the very same of which John Bunyan found the well worn copy, which seemed “as if it had been written out of his heart.”
Ft2 Elsewhere he says, “Faith, confession, and the cross make a true Christian.”
Ft3 Alluding to the death of his infant child, Elizabeth, of whom he wrote in 1528 to Hausmann:” My little daughter is dead; my darling little Elizabeth.
It is strange how sick and wounded she has left my heart, almost as tender as a woman’s, such pity moves me for that little one. I never could have believed before what is the tenderness of a father’s heart for his children.
Do thou pray to the Lord for me, in whom, farewell.”
Ft4 V.Page 27.