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Why do Orthodox Christians Have Prayer Corners? Infographic!
Many Mercies: Why do Orthodox Christians Have Prayer Corners? Infographic!
The Prayer of Lent: The Prayer of St. Ephraim - Ideas, Prayers, Sunday School, Bible Study For Kids, Holy Week, Christ Is Risen, Sunday School Crafts, Holy Friday, Catholic Religion
The Prayer of Lent: The Prayer of St. Ephraim - Orthodox Motherhood
The Prayer of Lent: The Prayer of St. Ephraim -
The icon corner is a very special part of an Orthodox Christian home. It is a "little church" where we are free of all earthly care just like when we go to Divine Liturgy on Sundays. We're encouraged to stand before our Icon corner and pray and meditate in the morning and in the evening or any time you are able to do so. Icon Corner, Sacred Space Altar, Family Altar, Catholic Altar, Greek Tradition, Eastern Orthodox Church, Sacred Spaces
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The icon corner is a very special part of an Orthodox Christian home. It is a "little church" where we are free of all earthly care just like when we go to Divine Liturgy on Sundays. We're encouraged to stand before our Icon corner and pray and meditate in the morning and in the evening or any time you are able to do so.
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Why Do We Use Incense in the Greek Orthodox Church
We find the use of incense as far back as the Old Testament, such as Psalm 141:2, “Let my prayer be set forth before you as incense; and the lifting up of my hands be as an evening sacrifice.”
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When we are humble, we judge ourselves and not our neighbor. The spiritual fathers of the church teach us that we need to be hard on ourselves and easy on others. This is true humility; this is true repentance. We are invited to master this humility and repentance during Lent. - Archimandrite Vassilios Papavassiliou
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From the moment you judge someone and do not look at things spiritually, dozens of spirits gather and we are weakened. And when we are weakened, we are sleepy or have insomnia. - Elder Paisios
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"It is of great significance if there is a person who truly prays in a family. prayer attracts God's grace and all the members of the family feel it, even those whose hearts have grown cold. pray always." Elder Thaddeus of Vitovnica
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OrthPhoto - Churching - africa
After Churching Fr. Anastasiso Isabirye blesses the mother and the child right below the icon of the virgin Mary. St nicholas cathedral Kampala
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In Defense of the Holy Fire. Deacon Giorgi Maximov
The miracle of the Holy Fire! Each year on Orthodox Holy Saturday, the Patriarch of Jerusalem enters the altar of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre and "prays with tears for the sins of the people done in ignorance, raiding his hands on high, doing this three times; those around him do the same thing." A flame ignites in a niche by God's will. The Patriarch lights a candle from it, and the Deacons light additional candles from the Patriarchs. The fire is passed to all. Christ is Risen!
Orthodox Easter: Baltimore's Greek Orthodox faithful unite for ...
Baltimore's Greek Orthodox faithful unite for Easter celebration
Orthodox Easter: Baltimore's Greek Orthodox faithful unite for ...
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Faith of children
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Orthodoxy Prayer Times, Rosary Beads, Crucifix
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Let my prayer arise as incense
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Marriage and Possible Alternativees: The Pursuit of Wholeness and Holiness
Orthodoxy teaches that marriage is an act of sacrificial love, a representation of Christ and His Church. Not only do bride and bridegroom become king and queen of their home, priest and presbytera to their family, but they also willingly accept crowns of martyrdom in their love for God and one another. We must not neglect to prepare our children for the possibility of marriage, so that if they marry, they may live in love and harmony with their spouses and live lives well-pleasing to God.
there is more mercy in god than there are sin's in us confers your sin's at once, whatever they may be
Father Nektarios Serfes
St. Tikhon of Zadonsk
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Lord, I call upon Thee, hear me. Hear me, O Lord. Let my prayer arise in Thy sight as incense. And let the lifting up of my hands be an evening sacrifice. Hear me, O Lord. (Psalm 141:1-2).
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Forgiveness - Do We Know What We're Doing? - Glory to God For All Things
Forgiveness - Do We Know What We're Doing?
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Orthodox Bible Reading Plan - 15 min. per day/1-Year: Designed to be used with the Orthodox Study Bible published by Thomas Nelson (2008). Each day consists of 4 readings. The first is a passage from the OlT books of history, wisdom, or the prophets. Passages 2 and 3 are from the Psalms and Proverbs. Passage 4 is from the NT. Psalms and Proverbs are read 2x per year. All four readings will take 15–20 minutes per day. http://michaelhyatt.com/myresources/osb-bible-reading-plan.pdf
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Orthodox on Purpose Blog
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Work, Rest, and Holy Week | A Russian Orthodox Church Website
Work, Rest, and Holy Week
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SS. Peter & Paul Russian Orthodox Cathedral
If you want a better priest, then pray for the one you have". Every priest carries not only the burden of his own sins, which are countless, but also the sins of everyone whom God has entrusted to his spiritual care. At the Dread Judgement Seat of Christ, priests will have much to answer to.
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that your prayer be acceptable…
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Nothing comes without effort
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united to neighbor and God