Life Together by Dietrich Bonhoeffer: Quotations

Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s classic, Life Together (found here), explores not only the importance of Christian community but how that community should be grounded in and conducted through Jesus Christ. As he often writes, Christian Community can only be found, “in Christ and through Christ.” Below are a collection of quotes that I found to be exemplary in point, precision, and articulation. Of course, another who reads through this work may find a different collection (as the one I currently possess has highlighter marks – though against the rules of borrowing the book – which I didn’t always find helpful.)

919yabqy9klThe following paragraphs may be skipped, but they are provided to add a bit of context to each of the quotes:

Chapter 1 – Christian community can be found in almost any circumstance: for long periods of time or for as short as a prayer. But, in any case, we do not live for the experience of Christian community but will seek to understand what that community means and how it is to function for those who do find it. The central issue everyone in Christian community will face is this: will you view your fellow friend in the eyes of God, and therefore in God’s image, or in your own eyes, and try to form them in your image?

Chapter 2 – We should begin and end each day in the community of believers and in the Word of Christ. What we should be weary of is having our prayer life hinder our work life and our work life hinder our prayer life. They must not only work together, but also understood in proportion to each other. As God worked for six days and rested on the seventh, so we should understand that most of each of our days will be consumed for work, but this work will be as a prayer and unto God.

Chapter 3 – We should dedicate an hour per day to meditation and reflection. This is not to be used for focusing upon other issues or to attempt to understand scripture, but to simply have God’s Word impress our minds. The test of our meditation, of impressing ourselves with God’s Word and making it our own, is how we respond when we are out in the world: do we forsake Christ or further proclaim His Word?

Chapter 4 – We can only be effective ministers of God’s Word if we are effective in all of our ministries. We must understand when and how to hold our tongue, and ensure we do not allow evil to flow from our mouths; We must become meek so we may see the world as God sees the world and our place in it; We must be willing to hear our fellow Christians on their terms, to understand their needs, so we may effectively help them; We must be helpful in every good work, not being too busy or too proud for any task; We must be willing to bear the burdens of others as Christ carried ours on the cross; We must proclaim God’s Word in the fullness of God’s character – showing both mercy and judgement, love and grace;  And we must understand that our authority does not rise or fall upon our attractive characteristics or personality to the church but upon how faithful we are in executing the commands of Christ.

Chapter 5 – We must hear out our fellow Christian’s confessions and forgive them in the name of Christ. This is what makes Christian fellowship so intimate – in seeing each other as Christ sees us, fallen man in need of a savior, we begin to bear the love for each other that Christ has for us. But, in this intimacy, be careful to not use confession as a power over others or make it a pious ritual. Confession should be heard by those who also practice confession.

The culmination of Christian fellowship is found upon the sacrament of Communion: to break bread together, in full community and in the truth of each others’ existence, as Christ broke bread with his disciples.

Chapter 1 – Community

“When Christ calls a man, he bids him come and die.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer

“Not that he believed that everybody must act as he did, but from where he was standing, he could see no possibility of retreat into any sinless, righteous, pious refuge. The sin of respectable people reveals itself in flight from responsibility. He saw that sin falling upon him and he took his stand.” – Bethge, A friend of Bonhoeffer commenting on his retreat from pacifism.

“It is not simple to be taken for granted that the Christian has the privilege of living among other Christians. Jesus Christ lived in the midst of his enemies. At the end of all his disciples deserted him. On the Cross he was utterly alone, surrounded by evildoers and mockers. For this cause he had come, to bring peace to the enemies of God. So the Christian too, belongs not in the seclusion of a cloistered life but in the think of foes.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“The physical presence of other Christians is a source of incomparable joy and strength to the believer.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“It is true, of course, that what is an unspeakable gift of God for the lonely individual is easily disregarded and trodden under foot by those who have the gift every day.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“[T]he Christian is the man who no longer seeks his salvation, his deliverance, his justification in himself, but in Jesus Christ alone. He knows that God’s Word in Jesus Christ pronounces him guilty, even when he does not feel his guilt, and God’s Word in Jesus Christ pronounces him not guilty and righteous, even when he does not feel that he is righteous at all.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“He needs his brother man as a bearer and proclaimer of the divine word of salvation. He needs his brother solely because of Jesus Christ. The Christ in his own heart is weaker than the Christ in the word of his brother; his own heart is uncertain, his brother’s is sure.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“Christian community means community through and in Jesus Christ. On this presupposition rests everything that the Scriptures provide in the way of directions and precepts for the communal life of Christians.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“When God was merciful to us, we learned to be merciful with our brethren. When received forgiveness instead of judgement, we, too, were made ready to forgive our brethren. What God did to us, we then owed to others. The more we received the more we were able to give; and the more meager our brotherly love, the less we were living by God’s mercy and love. Thus God himself taught us to meet one another as God has met us in Christ.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“My brother is rather that other person who has been redeemed by Christ, delivered form his sin, and called to faith and eternal life.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“We have one another only through Christ, but through Christ we do have one another, wholly, and for all eternity.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“In Christian brotherhood everything depends upon being clear right from the beginning, first, that Christian brotherhood is not an ideal, but a divine reality. Second, that Christian brotherhood is a spiritual and not a psychic reality.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“Innumerable times a whole Christian community has broken down because it had sprung from a wish dream. The serious Christian, set down for the first in a Christian community, is likely to bring with him a very definite idea of what Christian life together should be and to try to realize it. But God’s grace speedily shatters such dreams. Just as surely as God desires to lead us to a knowledge of genuine Christian fellowship, so surely must we be overwhelmed by a great disillusionment with others, with Christians in general and, if we are fortunate, with ourselves.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“God is not a God of emotions but the God of truth.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“A community which cannot bear and cannot survive such a crises (the coming to face with ugly and unhappy fellowship), which insists upon keeping its illusions when it should be shattered, permanently loses in that moment the promise of Christian community.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“He who loves his dream of a community more than the Christian community itself becomes a destroyer of the latter, even though his personal intentions may be ever so honest and earnest and sacrificial.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“The man who fashions a visionary ideal of community demands that it be realized by God, by others, and by himself. He enters the community of Christians with his demands, sets up his own law, and judges the brethren and God himself accordingly. He stands adamant a living reproach to all others in the circle of brethren. He acts as if he is the creator of the Christian community, as if his dream binds them together. When things do not go his way, he calls the effort a failure. When his ideal picture is destroyed, he sees the community going to smash. So he becomes, first, the accuser of his brethren, then an accuser of God, and, finally, the despairing accuser of himself.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“Thus the very hour of disillusionment with my brothers becomes incomparably salutary, because it so thoroughly teaches me that neither of us can live by our own words and deeds, but only by that one Word and Deed which really binds us together – the forgiveness of sins in Jesus Christ.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“When the morning mists of dreams vanish,then dawns the bright day of Christian fellowship.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“If we do not give thanks daily for the Christian fellowship in which we have been placed, even where there is no great experience, no discoverable riches, but much weakness, small faith, and difficulty; if on the contrary, we only keep complaining to God that everything is so paltry and petty, so far from what we expected, then we hinder God from letting our fellowship grow according to the measure and riches which are there for us all in Jesus Christ.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“The basis of the community of the Spirit is truth; the basis of human community of spirit is desire.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“Human love is directed to the other person for his own sake, spiritual love loves him for Christ’s sake.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“[H]uman love is by its very nature desire – desire for human community. So long as it can satisfy this desire in some way, it will not give it up, even for the sake of truth, even for the sake of genuine love for others. But where it can no longer expect its desire to be fulfilled, there it stops short – namely, in the face of any enemy. There it turns into hatred, contempt, and calumny.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“It [Spiritual Love] originates neither in the brother nor in the enemy but in Christ and his Word.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“As only Christ can speak to me in such a way that I may be saved, so others, too, can be saved only by Christ himself. This means that I must release the other person from every attempt of mine to regulate, coerce, and dominate him with my love.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“Human love constructs its own image of the other person, of what he is and what he should become. it takes the life of the other person into its own hands.”- Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“[S]piritual love lives in the clear light of service ordered by truth.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“The existence of any Christian life together depends on whether it succeeds at the right time in bringing out the ability to distinguish between a human ideal and God’s reality, between spiritual and human community.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“In other words, life together under the Word will remain sound and healthy only where it does not form itself into a movement, an order, a society, a collegium pietatis, but rather where it understands itself as being a part of the one, holy, catholic, Christian Church, where it shares actively and passively in the sufferings and struggles and promise of the whole Church.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“A purely spiritual relationship is not only a dangerous but also an altogether abnormal thing. When physical and family relationships or ordinary associations, that is, those arising from everyday life with all its claims upon people who are working together, are not projected into the spiritual community, then we must be especially careful.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“Nothing is easier than to stimulate the glow of fellowship in a few days of life together, but nothing is more fatal to the sound, sober brotherly fellowship of everyday life.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“There is probably no Christian to whom God has not given the uplifting experience of genuine Christian community at least once in his life. But in this world such experiences can be no more than a gracious extra beyond the daily bread of Christian community life. We have not claim upon such experiences, and we do not live with other Christians for the sake of acquiring them. It is not the experience of Christian brotherhood, but solid and certain faith in brotherhood that holds us together. That God has acted and wants to act upon us all, this we see in faith as God’s greatest gift, this makes us glad and happy, but it also makes us ready to forego all such experiences when God at times does not grant them. We are bound together by faith, not by experience.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

Chapter 2 – The Day with Others

“Common life under the Word begins with common worship at the beginning of the day.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“Therefore, at the beginning of the day, let all distraction and empty talk be silenced and let the first thought and the first word belong to him to whom our whole life belongs.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“In the Psalter we learn to pray on the basis of Christ’s prayer. The Psalter is the great school of prayer.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“We can and we should pray the psalms of suffering, the psalms of the passion, not in order to generate in ourselves what our hearts do not know of their own experiences, not to make our own lament, but because all this suffering was real and actual in Jesus Christ, because the Man Jesus Christ suffered sickness, pain, shame, and death, because in his suffering and death all flesh suffered and died.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“Is this [Psalm 119 and other reiterations] not an indication that prayer is not a matter of pouring out the human heart once and for all in need or joy, but of an unbroken, constant learning, accepting, and impressing upon the mind of God’s will in Jesus Christ.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“What he [Oetinger] had discerned was that the whole sweep of the Book of Psalms was concerned with nothing more nor less than the [seven] brief petitions of the Lord’s Prayer.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“But there can be equally little doubt that brief verses cannot and should not take place of reading the Scripture as a whole.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“Holy Scripture does not consist of individual passages; it is a unit and is intended to be used as such.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“So perhaps one may say that every Scripture reading always has to be somewhat “too long,” because it is not merely proverbial and practical wisdom but God’s revealing Word in Jesus Christ.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“It is not in our life that God’s help and presence must still be proved but rather God’s presence and help have been demonstrated for us in the life of Jesus Christ. It is in fact more important for us to know what god did to Israel, to His Son Jesus Christ, than to seek what God intends for us today.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“How, for example, should we ever attain certainty and confidence in our personal and church activities if we do not stand on solid Biblical ground? It is not our heart that determines our course, but God’s Word.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“How often we hear innumerable arguments “from life” and “from experience” put forward as the basis for most crucial decisions, but the arguments of Scripture is missing.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“But one who will not learn to handle the Bible for himself is not an evangelical Christian.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“Often the difference between an experienced Christian and the novice becomes clearly apparent. It may be taken as a rule for the right reading f the Scriptures that the reader should never identify himself with the person who is speaking in the Bible. It is not I that am angered, but God; it is not I giving consolation, but God; it is not I admonishing, but God admonishing in the Scriptures. I shall be able, of course, to express the fact that it is God who is angered, who is consoling and admonishing, not by indifferent monotony, but only with inmost concern and rapport, as one who knows that he himself is begin addressed. It will make all the difference between right and wrong reading of Scriptures if I do not identify myself with God but quite simply serve Him. Otherwise I will become rhetorical, emotional, sentimental, or coercive and imperative; that is, I will be directing the listeners’  attention to myself instead of the World. But this is to commit the worst of sins in presenting the Scriptures.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“This song has a different ring on earth from what i has in heaven. on earth it is the song of those who believe, in heaven the song of those who see.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“Where the singing is not to the Lord, it is singing to the honor of the self or the music, and the new song becomes a song to idols.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“No matter what the objections there may be, the fact simply remains that where Christians want to live together under the Word of God they may and they should pray together to God in their own words.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“Prayer, even thought it e free, will be determined by a certain internal order. It is not the chaotic outbursts of a human heart but the prayer of an inwardly ordered fellowship.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“[W]here there is mistrust and uneasiness, one must bear the other in patience. Let nothing be done by force; let everything be done in freedom and love.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“Praying and working are two different things. Prayer should not be hindered by work, but neither should work be hindered by prayer. Just as it was God’s will that man should work six days and rest and make holy day in His presence on the seventh, so it is also God’s will that every day should be marked for the Christian by both prayer and work.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“Prayer is entitled to its time. But the bulk of the day belongs to work. And only where each receives its own specific due will it become clear that both belong inseparably together.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“Thus every word, every work, every labor of the Christian becomes a prayer; not in the unreal sense of a constant turning away from the task that must be done, but in the real breaking through the hard “it” to the gracious Thou. “Whatsoever ye do in the word or deed, do all in the name of the Lord Jesus” (Col. 3:17).”

“A day at a time is long enough to sustain one’s faith; the next day will have its own cares.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“It is an excellent thing if the evening devotion can be held at the actual end of the day, thus becoming the last word before night’s rest.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“When we grow weary, God does his work.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“It is a decisive rule of every Christian fellowship that every dissension that the day has brought must be healed in the evening.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“Most remarkable and profound is the ancient church’s prayer that when our eyes are closed in sleep God may nevertheless keep our hearts awake.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“The person who comes into a fellowship because he is running away from himself is misusing it for the sake of diversion, no matter how spiritual this diversion may appear. He is really not seeking community at all, but only distraction which will allow him to forget his loneliness for a brief time, the very alienation that creates the deadly isolation of man. The disintegration of communication and all genuine experience, and finally resignation and spiritual death are the result of such attempts to find a cure.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“Let him who cannot be alone beware of community. Let him who is not in community beware of being alone” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

Chapter 3 – The Day Alone

“Alone you stood before God when he called you; alone you had to answer that call; alone you had to struggle and pray; and alone you will die and give an account to God.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“We recognize, then, that only as we are within the fellowship can we be alone, and only he that is alone can live in fellowship.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“Each by itself has profound pitfalls and perils. One who wants fellowship without solitude plunges into the void of words and feelings, and one who seeks solitude without fellowship perishes in the abyss of vanity, self-infatuation, and despair.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“The mark of solitude is silence, as speech is the mark of community.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“”Seek God, not happiness” – this is the fundamental rule of meditation.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“Prayer means nothing else but the readiness and willingness to receive and appropriate the Word, and, what is more, to accept it in one’s personal situation, particular tasks, decisions, sins, and temptations.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“A Christian fellowship lives and exists by the intercession of its members for one another, or it collapses.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“Intercession means no more than to bring our brother ito the presence of God, to see him under the Cross of Jesus as a poor human being and sinner in need of grace.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“To make intercession means to grant our brother the same right that we have received, namely, to stand before Christ and share in his mercy.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“He who denies his neighbor the service of praying for him denies him the service of a Christian. It is clear, furthermore, that intercession is not general and vague but very concrete: a matter of definite persons and definite difficulties and therefore of definite petitions.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“Who can really be faithful in great things if he has not learned to be faithful in the things of daily life?” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“Ever day brings to the Christian many hours in which he will be alone in an unchristian environment. These are the times of testing. This is the test of true meditation and true Christian community. Has the fellowship served to make the individual free, strong, and mature, or has it made him weak and dependent? Has it taken him by the hand for a while in order that he may learn again to walk by himself, or has it made him uneasy and unsure? This is one of the most searching and critical questions that can be put to any Christian fellowship.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“Has it [the fellowship] transported him for a moment into a spiritual ecstasy that vanishes when everyday life returns, or has it lodged the Word of god so securely and deeply in his heart that it holds and fortifies him, impelling him  to active love, to obedience, to good works? Only the day can decide.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“Every act of self-control of the Christian is also a service to the fellowship.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

Chapter 4 – Ministry

“Where is there a person who does not with instinctive sureness find the spot where he can stand and defend himself, but which he will never give up to another, for which he will fight with all the drive of his instinct of self-assertion?” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“He finds it only in comparing himself with others, in condemning and judging others self-justification go together, as justification by grace and serving others go together.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“God does not will that I should fashion the other person according to the image that seems good to me, that is, in my own image; rather in his very freedom from me God made this person in His image.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“What does it matter if I suffer injustice? Would I not have deserved even worse punishment from God, if He had not dealt with me according to his mercy?” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“How can I possibly serve another person in unfeigned humility if I seriously regard his sinfulness as worse than my own.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“Just as love to God begins with listening to His Word, so the beginning of love for the brethren is learning to listen to them.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“They forget that listening can be a greater service than speaking.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“Anyone who thinks that his time is too valuable to spend keeping quiet will eventually have no time for God and his brother, but only for himself and for his own follies.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“But Christians have forgotten that the ministry of listening has been committed to them by Him who is Himself the great listener and whose work they should share. We should listen with the ears of God that we may speak the Word of God.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“It is little wonder that we are no longer capable of the greatest service of listening that God has committed to us, that of hearing our brothers’ confession, if we refuse to give ear to our brother on lesser subjects.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“Nobody is too good for the meanest service. One who worries about the loss of time that such petty, outward acts of helpfulness entail is usually taking the importance of his own career too solemnly.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“But it is part of the discipline of humility that we must not spare our hand where it can perform a service and that we do not assume that our schedule is our own to manage, but allow it to be arranged by God.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“Only where hands are not too good for deeds of love and mercy in everyday helpfulness can the mouth joyfully and convincingly proclaim the message of God’s love and mercy.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“The brother is a burden to the Christian precisely because he is a Christian. For the pagan the other person never becomes a burden at all. He simply sidesteps every burden that others may impose upon him.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“To bear the burden of the other person means involvement with the created reality of the other, to accept and affirm it, and, in bearing with it, to break through to the point where we take joy in it.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“The weak must not judge the strong, the strong must not despise the weak. The weak must guard against pride, the strong against indifference.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“He who is bearing others knows that he himself is being borne, and only in this strength can he go on bearing.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“The basis upon which Christians can speak to one another is that each knows the other as a sinner, who, with all his human dignity, is lonely and lost if he is not given help.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“We speak to one another on the basis of the help we both need. We admonish one another to go the way that Christ bid us to go. We warn one another against the disobedience that is our common destruction. We are gentle and we are severe with one another, for we know both God’s kindness and God’s severity. Why should we be afraid of one another, since both of us have only God to fear?” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“The person whose touchiness and vanity make him spurn a brother’s earnest censure cannot speak the truth in humility to others; he is afraid of being rebuffed and of feeling that he has been aggrieved. The touchy person will always become a flatter and very soon he will come to despise and slander his brother. But the humble person will sick both to truth and to love…. Because he seeks nothing for himself and has no fears for himself, he can help his brother through the Word.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“Nothing can be more cruel than the tenderness that consigns another to his sin.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“Our brother’s ways are not in our hands; we cannot hold together what is breaking’ we cannot keep life in what is determined to die. But God binds elements together in the breaking, creates community in the separation, grants grace through judgement.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

Chapter 5 – Confession and Communion

“The final break-through to fellowship does not occur, because, though they have fellowship with one another as believers and as devout people, they do not have fellowship as the undevout, as sinners.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“You do not have to go on lying to yourself and your brothers, as if you were without sin; you can dare to be a sinner. Thank God for that; He loves the sinner but He hates sin.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“We cannot find the Cross of Jesus if we shrink from going to the place where it is to be found, namely, the public death of the sinner.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

“Confession as a routine duty is spiritual death; confession in reliance upon the promise is life.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Life Together

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