One theologian said Ecclesia semper reformandum est, the church is always to be reformed. That’s why we observe the Reformation under Martin Luther on October 31, the day he mailed 95 theses against the sale of indulgences onto the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany. Because all of us have a sin nature, we will have a tendency to be like sheep going astray, typically in the wrong direction. We need these “R’s” all the time: Reflect on our condition. Are we faithful to the Word of God? Renewal of our faith, commitment and fellowship; Reform where we are getting off the track; Remember those who have gone before us, leaving a legacy of faith. This last the Church observes on November 1, known as All Saints Day.