Martin Luther, the monk God used to shake the world, was spared the agony of a torturous death. When he came to die, his lips were laden with Scripture. As he breathed his last, Luther repeated John 3:16 and this verse from Psalm 68:
“Our God is the God of whom cometh salvation. God is the Lord by whom we escape death.”
With his hands clasped together, and without a finger or a feature being disturbed, this mighty man of God ended his pilgrimage.