Young Otto is sad when his father forbids him to walk in the procession honoring Tetzel, the indulgence peddler. Later on, grief strikes the whole family because of their wholehearted support for Martin Luther and the cause of the Reformation.
Clinging to the convictions that God does all things well, the family passes through a period of sadness and tension. In the end, there is a joy when God works conversion in the heart of an enemy of the church of Jesus Christ.
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