Elizabeth Vandiver and Ralph Keen

’ [Beatam me glorificabunt omnes filii filiorum]. Finally, in the Song of Zachariah, which is read in every morning service and is called the ‘Benedictus,’ where the Church sings, ‘In holiness and righteousness before him, all our days’ [in sanctitate et iustitia coram ipso, omnibus diebus nostris], Luther translates thus: ‘Until we live in holiness and righteousness, which is pleasing to him’ [quo ad vivimus in sanctitate et iustitia, quae ipsi placita est]. These things have been mentioned as examples, from which it is clearly understood that Luther at that time translated

in Luther’s lives