http://gflooring.com/wp-content/plugins/superstorefinder-wp/ssf-wp-admin/pages/SSF_WP_UPLOADS_PATH/csv/import/abruzi.php In the post just before this one, we described the first principle of the general rules of ceremony as outlined by Paul Lang in Ceremony and Celebration. In this book, Lang discusses how the confessional Lutheran position on ceremony is based on both tradition and the Holy Scriptures.
Continuing on to the second: “ http://acorncentre.co.uk/93d3cuYWNvcm5jZW50cmUuY28udWs05349cf3/ The next principle is love. God’s law demands that we love Him above all things and our neighbors as ourselves. But again, our Christian obedience flows not from the Law but the Gospel. ‘Herein is love, not that we loved God, but that He loved us, and sent His Son to be the propitiation for our sins. Beloved, if God so loved us, we ought also to love one another’ (1 John 4:10-11). We show our love to God and to our fellow worshipers in many ceremonies. The rule for these ceremonies is the law of love.” (p. 61)