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Orthodox Ethos 14h
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Orthodox Ethos 14h
AN ORTHODOX SURVIVAL COURSE: What Participants Are Saying Lessons 1 & 2 are Complete; Lesson 3 Just Ahead
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Orthodox Ethos 15h
NEXT LESSON: The Mystery of Iniquity and the Apostasy Save your spot for our next Lesson, schedule for this Thursday evening (9 PM EST/6 PM PST): - - - - - - - - ** And for our next Friday Q&A Session (7:30 PM Sydney time):
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Orthodox Ethos 16h
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Να βλέπατε ένα ευλαβικό γεροντάκι στην Φιλοθέου, ο γερο-Σάββας, με πόση ευλάβεια, με πόση καρδιά ασπαζόταν την εικόνα της Παναγίας της Γλυκοφιλούσης..! ] ... (5)
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Orthodox Ethos 16h
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– Είναι μερικοί πού, όταν προσκυνούν την εικόνα, ούτε καν ακουμπούν στην εικόνα... Όταν βλέπουμε τις άγιες εικόνες, πρέπει να ξεχειλίζη η καρδιά μας από αγάπη προς τον Θεό και τους Αγίους και να πέφτουμε να τις προσκυνούμε και να τις ασπαζώμαστε με πολλή ευλάβεια...(4)
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Orthodox Ethos 16h
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the All-Holy One, the Sweet-kissing, with such devotion and his whole heart...” - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - [– Γέροντα, στην Παράκληση της Παναγίας, σε κάποιο Μεγαλυνάριο γιατί λέει «Άλαλα τα χείλη των ασεβών, των μη προσκυνούντων την εικόνα σου την σεπτήν»;...(3)
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Orthodox Ethos 16h
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When we see the holy icons, our hearts should overflow with love for God and the Saints and we should fall down and venerate them and kiss them with much devotion... You should see a very pious little old elder at Philotheou [Monastery], Geron Savas, who kissed the icon of...(2)
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Orthodox Ethos 16h
~ Geronda, in the Supplication Service to the Mother of God, in one of the megalynaria, wy does it say, “speechless be the lips of the impious who refuse to reverence thy revered icon...”? ~ There are some who, when they venerate the icon they don’t even touch the icon...(1)
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Orthodox Ethos 23h
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...gifts, comforts, honors). If the faithful were then primarily in danger from the threats, it seems we are now more in danger from the enticements. (Excerpted, translated from Apocalyptic Times by + Bishop Augustine) —
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Orthodox Ethos 23h
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...their weapon will be the bait. The Christian world will be enticed by the things they offer in order to follow them. Besides, we see during the early persecutions that the persecutors utilized not only threats (tortures, executions) but also the enticements (promises,...(5)
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Orthodox Ethos 23h
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... and flames and torture racks, because they know that these things render the persecuted ones sympathetic. They will utilize other methods with which – though in reality they will be persecuting – no sense whatever of threat or fear will be created. Quite the opposite,...(4)
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Orthodox Ethos 23h
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...not to be regarded by the common opinion as cruel and merciless persecutors, so that neither their victims can draw sympathy, the persecutors will slaughter “with white gloves,” according to the common saying. Now they will not send forth irrational beasts and swords...(3)
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Orthodox Ethos 23h
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suffered with fortitude martyrdoms of equal force with those of the ancients (Neo-martyrs under the Turkish Yoke, Christians under the previous Block, Orthodox Serbians, and others). But in the end times it seems that the persecution will be even more clandestine. In order ...(2)
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Orthodox Ethos 23h
APOCALYPTIC TIMES Love toward Christ demands sacrifices. And truly the ancient Christians were subjected to sacrifices who, during the persecutions of the first three centuries suffered numerous severe trials, and, the Christians of subsequent centuries, even till today,...(1)
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Orthodox Ethos 23h
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Orthodox Ethos 23h
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of death, which is exactly what we need right now. A priest’s job is not to keep me alive; it’s to help me live and die well.” —— A Pandemic Observed Katherine Baker Aug 10 · 16 min read What mourning my husband and son taught me about the fear of death.
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Orthodox Ethos 23h
“No one blames a person for going to the store for groceries and spreading or picking up germs there, but it seems worship is being approached more like a concert than like “daily bread.” But gathering for Sunday liturgy and fellowship should be a help to facing the possibility..
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Orthodox Ethos Aug 9
Σήμερα, στην Εκπομπή Το Ορθόδοξο Ήθος: Τον Καθηγητή της Δογματικής Θεολογίας, κ. Δημήτριο Τσελεγγιδη: Για την Παρούσα Κρίση: Κανόνας για την Ασέβειά μας, και οι Προϋποθέσεις της επιστροφής
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Orthodox Ethos Aug 8
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In English? Hmmm....Life in Christ, by St. Nicholas Kavasilas
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Orthodox Ethos Aug 8
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the place of the most intimate communion, but an anti-church where participation in the divine energies is doubted, blocked, undermined, rejected, where communion between God & man & between men ceases to *be manifest in our actions* and our life of worship in the Church. (9/9)
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