Chapter 2, Part 5 - The Fruits of the Sacrament (p. 87).
Luther always viewed the Sacrament as of great importance, granting God’s forgiveness to all who believe that Jesus gave himself, body and blood, for us. This sacrament gathers us into unity with one another and unity with God. The literal physicality brought Luther into conflict with Zwingli and other more radical reformers. Sasse will continue his dicussion in that vein as he moves into a much briefer chapter 3.