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Wilhelm Busch (pastor)

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"Wherever he emerged, there was always something going on. The essential at him was however, that he was a credible and all reservations penetrating ambassador of his Lord."
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"Wo er zugegen war, passierte immer etwas. Das Eigentliche aan ihm aber war dieses, dass er ein glaubhafter und aller Vorbehalte durchstoßender Bote seines Herrn war." by Gustav Heinemann, later President of the Federal Republic of Germany (1966, funeral oration)

 
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