Heinrich Müller was a prolific Lutheran writer during the period of Luther orthodoxy. His most popular and highly esteemed work is his devotional volume, Hours of Spiritual Refreshment. These short and poignant devotional writings resonate with the wisdom and style of Ecclesiastes and Proverbs. In his preface to this edition, Maximilian Geneste calls Müller’s work “. . . at once brief, pointed, and energetic, as well as lively, diversified, and serious.” This edition of the treasured volume contains Müller’s 73 devotions and a brief memoir of Müller.
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- 73 devotions from the influential Lutheran theologian
- Brief memoir of Heinrich Müller
- Seventeenth-century devotional literature
- Title: Hours of Spiritual Refreshment
- Author: Heinrich Müller
- Translator: Maximilian Geneste
- Publisher: Religious Tract Society
- Publication Date: 1841
- Pages: 283
About Heinrich Müller
Heinrich Müller (1631–1675) was a German devotional author and Lutheran theologian. He was a professor at the University of Rostock until his death at the age of 43.