Maybe you want to start praying, but you don’t know how. Perhaps you've ordered an Orthodox prayer book online, but you don’t know which prayers you should be saying. You keep reading about prayer rules, but don’t know what that means. How do you start a prayer life? What is a prayer corner? V. Rev. Fr. Elie Estephan answers these questions in the first episode of "Ask an Orthodox Priest". 249 High Street, Pawtucket, Rhode Island V. Rev. Fr. Elie Estephan Website: https://stmarypawtucket.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stmarypawtucket/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/stmaryorthodox
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Having risen from sleep, before any other action, stand reverently, considering thyself to be in the presence of the All-seeing God, and, having made the sign of the Cross, say: In the name. Full Malankara Orthodox Morning Prayer. Orthodox morning prayers read from the Jordanville prayer book. I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor ( These are Morning and Evening Prayers for the Eastern Orthodox Church. This book is of Russian Orthodox Origin and most of the prayer were written by very Holy Men who had attained the.
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How did Islam come to adopt the prayer postures of the Fertile Crescent? Probably because Islam began in that area. It is my contention Islam began in Petra. The very first chapter of St. Benedict’s Rule (a rule that was hugely influential in Western monasticism) is about the different kinds of monks. After discussing Cenobites (who live together), Anchorites or hermits (who live by themselves), and “Sarabaites” (who live for themselves), the chapter ends with the worst kind of monks, the “Gyrovagues.” [The kind I believe Muhammad was] "These spend their whole lives tramping from province to province, staying as guests in different monasteries for three or four days at a time. Always on the move, with no stability, they indulge their own wills, succumb to the allurements of gluttony, and are in every way worse than the Sarabaites. Of the miserable conduct of all such, it is better to be silent than to speak." Sneaker's Corner seeks to comment on and share some of the key moments from Speaker's Corner. Another goal is to explore in a critical way the origins of Islam, and in this regard, I must credit the work of Dan Gibson, Patricia Crone, Angelika Neuwith, Jay Smith, Hatun Tash, David Wood, Robert Spencer, Douglas Murray, Tommy Robinson, and many more who from different backgrounds have been asking challenging questions and contributed to my current understanding of Islam. Thank you for hitting the like, share and subscribe buttons! I really appreciate your support. If you would like to support my work: https://www.patreon.com/sneakerscorner -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "A Complicit Pope?" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UUk_Pm6R4C8 Did Pope Francis lie about his handling of an abuse case in Argentina? -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Here are the first 5 decades of the prayer rule to the Theotokos. I decided to break it up into shorter sections so that one would be able to pray the entire prayer rule but spaced out in intervals at 3 different times during the day. May our sweet most holy blessed Mother of God of Iveron protect you, love you and keep you under her blessed veil of protection. May St Seraphim of Sarov pray and intercede for the salvation of your soul. Here's part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T1vE5DFuHtU Here's part 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ZnSLxJFbJo&t=53s
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It's one thing to talk about why Church services and prayer are important, and another to do them. How do we start? The key is something simple, and something very easy to overlook: silence. Support the creation of more great Orthodox Christian content: www.patreon.com/y2am Thanks to our Patreon supporters: Bijoy Thomas, Michael & Maria Mason, Chris Ingram, William Gereny, Elaine & Stephen Harris, Pauline &Ted Koinis, Barbara Kuvshinoff, Chrysanthe Patestos, Patricia O'Drudy, Jim Gabriel, Constantina Dedes, Stephen Anderson Connect with us at the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese's Department of Youth & Young Adult Ministries! y2am.org bethebee.goarch.org Facebook: facebook.com/Y2AMorthodox Instagram: @Y2AM_officia Twitter: @Y2AM_official Y2AM Gear at Orthodox Marketplace: bethebee.goarch.org/merch Co-written by Christina Andresen Music: "Cloud Patterns," by Silent Partner, YouTube Digital Library "Parasail," by Silent Partner, YouTube Digital Library "Magic Marker," by Silent Partner, YouTube Digital Library End Theme: "Noahs Stark," by krackatoa http://freemusicarchive.org/music/krackatoa/krackatoa_-_Singles_1002/Krackatoa_-_Noahs_Stark Links: Be the Bee #94 - Why Church Matters https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T-4aG3h5i5Y Be the Bee #95 - Why Prayer Matters https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hnaY_2xC_uE The Trench 17 - Having a Spiritual Father https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3HtV4GFZlPg Be the Bee #79 - Habits https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=giVILS5P1yE Video and Gif Credits: Prayer GIF http://giphy.com/gifs/shakira-rovio-love-rocks-xTiTnr8ezQUxSJt1PW Simpsons GIF http://giphy.com/gifs/the-simpsons-tired-homer-simpson-vXeeHUPxgBtp6 Bruce Almighty GIF http://giphy.com/gifs/G3fPad8N68GfS Typing Video http://www.videvo.net/video/fingers-typing/4432 Family Crossing the Street Video http://www.videvo.net/video/family-crossing-the-street-in-brooklyn/4621 People Walking in Street Video http://www.videvo.net/video/people-walking---street/3429 Catching the Subway Video http://www.videvo.net/video/catching-a-new-york-city-subway-train/2591 Anchorman GIF http://giphy.com/gifs/anchorman-loud-whqlS9qH34xwc Church Aisle Video http://www.videvo.net/video/interior-church-aisle/3692 Flipping Through Book Video http://www.videvo.net/video/flicking-through-book-1/3491 Flowers in Field Video http://www.videvo.net/video/poppies-in-a-field/411 Candles Video http://www.videvo.net/video/candles-pull-focus/2177 Photo Credits: Bookshelves https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/25079230604/ Prayer Beads https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Tasbih,_Islamic_prayer_beads.jpg Prophet Elijah/Elias https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Prophet-Elias-Grk-ikon.png Elijah in the Wilderness https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Washington_Allston_-_Elijah_in_the_Desert_-_Google_Art_Project.jpg Man Thinking https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/23099769755/ Picture of Steve Metropolis of San Francisco Youth & Young Adult Ministries Woman with Eyes Closed (cover photo) https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/11373423505/ Thanks for watching! God bless you!
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The 27 texts of St. Isaiah, on guarding the intellect. From the Philokalia, a collection of texts written between the 4th and 15th centuries, by Eastern Orthodox (Christian) monks.
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What a prayer rope is, and how it can help us. Best viewed in HD 1080p. Connect with us at the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese's Department of Youth & Young Adult Ministries! youth.goarch.org Music: "Cloud Patterns," by Silent Partner, YouTube Digital Library "Magic Marker," by Silent Partner, YouTube Digital Library End Theme: "Noahs Stark," by krackatoa http://freemusicarchive.org/music/krackatoa/krackatoa_-_Singles_1002/Krackatoa_-_Noahs_Stark Links: Prayer Rope https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prayer_rope Jesus Prayer https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jesus_Prayer Saying the Jesus Prayer http://www.svots.edu/content/rossi-jesus-prayer Prayer Book (online text) http://www.goarch.org/chapel/liturgical_texts/daily_prayers Daily Prayers for Orthodox Christians http://www.amazon.com/Daily-Prayers-Orthodox-Christians-Synekdemos/dp/0917651219 Photo credits: Prayer Rope (cover) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Chotki_vervitsa.jpg Egyptian Pyramids https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:All_Gizah_Pyramids.jpg Pile of Rocks https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Rock_pile,_Robben_Island_Prison.jpg St. Pachomius https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:StPakhom.jpg Publican and Pharisee https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Tissot_The_Pharisee_and_the_publican_Brooklyn.jpg Wool https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Wool.www.usda.gov.jpg Sheep https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Flock_of_sheep.jpg Christ, the Good Shepherd https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Shep01.jpg Mourning Family https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Princess_Beatrice_mourning.jpg St. Anthony the Great https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Saint_Anthony_The_Great.jpg Knot https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:EdioHalveknoop.jpg Theotokos https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Feofan_Donskaja.jpg Christ https://secure.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/846419629/ Vitruvian Man https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Da_Vinci_Vitruve_Luc_Viatour.jpg Orthodox Cross https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Orthodox_cross.svg Thanks for watching! God bless you!
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(Prayer ropes are available at: https://www.monasteryicons.com/category/prayer-ropes) This video is an introduction to the Prayer of Jesus (the Jesus prayer, Hesychasm, the Holy Name of Jesus) and the use of the prayer rope (chotki or komboskini). “I felt there was no happier person on earth than I, and I doubted if there could be greater and fuller happiness in the kingdom of heaven. The whole outside world seemed to me full of charm and delight. Everything drew me to love and thank God: people, trees, plans, and animals. I saw them all as my kinfolk; I found on all of them the magic of the Name of Jesus.” These are the words of an unknown Russian peasant who wandered as a pilgrim through 19th century Russia, with only his Bible, his rosary, and some dried bread, visiting monasteries, shrines, and churches, seeking to know the way to fulfill Saint Paul’s exhortation to “pray without ceasing.” The account of his spiritual journey is immortalized in the book “The Way of a Pilgrim,” in which we discover how he learned the Jesus Prayer – “Lord Jesus Christ, have mercy on me” – and how this prayer became the center of his life. From apostolic times to the present day, Christians throughout the world have experienced for themselves the blessing, protection, and presence of Christ that can be found through repeated invocation of Holy Name of Jesus. This simple prayer, more than any other, could right be considered Christian meditation. It is known as interior prayer, the prayer of the heart, or among the Greek fathers as “hesychasm,” which simply means “the silence,” referring to the inner peace that those who pray the Jesus Prayer can experience in their hearts and minds. The Jesus Prayer has been the center of the spiritual lives of countless saints in the Church – the fathers of the Egyptian desert, great fathers of the Church like Saint John Chrysostom, well-known saints of the Greek Orthodox Church such as Saint Nectarios of Aegina, and the most beloved saints of the Russian Orthodox Church: Saint Seraphim of Sarov and Saint John of Kronstadt. Saint John Chrysostom: "Abide constantly with the Name of our Lord Jesus Christ, so that the heart swallows the Lord and the Lord the heart, and the two become one." Saint Nectarios: "Seek God every day, but in your heart, and not outside of it." Saint Seraphim: "Only those who have interior prayer and watch over their souls receive the gifts of grace." Saint John of Kronstadt: "In the Name of Jesus Christ dwells Christ Himself, wholly, His soul and body, united to the Godhead." Devotion to the Holy Name of Jesus, and meditation upon it, can also be found in Western Christianity. Outstanding examples of saints who practiced and preached this are Saint Augustine, Saint Bernard of Clairvaux, Saint Bernardine of Siena, and Saint Richard Rolle. The more common form of this prayer in the West was simply the name of Jesus, repeated singly, or in groups of two or three repetitions: Jesus, Jesus, Jesus. The Jesus Prayer is not limited to monks and nuns only, and has been used to great benefit by lay people of all classes. [Saint Ignatius Brianchaninov: "The Jesus Prayer is suitable for all people of God without exception, whether monks or lay people. It is a safe way for beginners, that is open to all." To keep the mind from wandering and to keep count of their repetitions of the Jesus prayer, it is customary to use a rosary known as a prayer rope, which is commonly made of knotted wool or satin. In fact, the terms used for prayer ropes in Russian - “chotki” - and in Greece - komboskini -- simply mean knot string, or string of knots. Monastery Icons now offers a selection of high quality prayer ropes. These are hand made by Orthodox Christian nuns in a convent near Athens, Greece. The sisters use a traditional method of intricately weaving strands of wool or satin, with their minds at prayer while their hands are at work. The 100-knot and 50-knot prayer ropes are favorites for private prayer at home or in church. The 33-knot rosary bracelet and the 12-knot finger rosary are convenient ways of literally having the Prayer of Jesus at hand -- helpful reminders to pray without ceasing, as Saint Paul exhorted us. 3
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The sixth segment of a workshop given by Father Aris Metrakos from the Holy Trinity Orthodox Church in Columbia South Carolina. The ... all » workshop was presented at the Saint George Greek Orthodox Cathedral in Greenville, SC. http://www.stgeorgegreenville.org/
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May the holy cross be my light. May the dragon never be my guide. Step back, Satan! Never tempt me with your vanities. What you offer me is evil. Drink your own poison. -The power of resurrection of Messiah, destroyed the deceiving tactics of satan!
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https://www.orthodoxtalks.com/ Description: In the writings of the Holy Fathers we often read fearful statements regarding prayer, such as: “Whoever refuses to pray rejects his salvation”; “There can be no progress in the spiritual life without prayer”; “Without prayer there can be no victory over the demons”; “There is nothing more important than prayer”; and “Prayer is food for the soul – it is better to let the body starve than for the soul to go hungry.” Despite these warnings, Orthodox Christians frequently either do not know how to pray or, even worse, refuse to pray. Using mainly the writings of Saint Theophan the Recluse, Father Kosmas offers simple and practical advice on the topic of prayer. He emphasizes the importance of always considering oneself a beginner with regard to prayer, and explains how such humility draws the grace of God into our souls. The following questions are also discussed: what effect does technology, especially the Internet, have on one’s prayer life? Why did one drunken deacon’s face shine with God’s grace? Is Saint Paul’s commandment to pray without ceasing unrealistic for those in the world? Why is it unfruitful to take on too many prayers? How does one deal with wandering thoughts? What is meant by ‘time distortion’ in prayer? Are prayer ropes only for monastics? Is it beneficial to form mental images during prayer? Other points covered in this talk include: a fearful story of one young man’s spiritual disaster due to false prayer; a saint’s attitude towards those who do not pray; coldness and deadness in prayer; the danger of rushing through one’s prayers; how bows and prostrations help one to pray; demonic temptations during prayer; the importance of the morning and evening prayers from the prayer book; a very short prayer rule given by Saint Seraphim of Sarov; boredom during prayer; and the dangers of expecting an instant prayer life.
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This video series was originally produced by “The Christian Activist” group. This video is part of the second series titled, “The Inner Life of the Church,” a fourteen part series on the teachings of the Orthodox Church. These lectures were given by Fr. David Anderson to a group of Catechumens at Sts. Peter and Paul Orthodox Church in Ben Lomond, California. Each lecture is followed by a question and answer time.
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Morning Prayers. The Prayer Rule of the Russian Orthodox Church. The Prayer of the Publican; The Beginning Prayer; Prayer to the Holy Spirit; Trisagion; Prayer of the Most Holy Trinity; The Lord's Prayer; Troparia to the Holy Trinity; Prayer of Saint Basil the Great to the Most Holy Trinity; PSALM 50; The Symbol of the Orthodox Faith; The first Prayer, of Saint Macarius the Great; The second Prayer, of Saint Macarius the Great; The third Prayer, of Saint Macarius the Great; The Fourth Prayer, of Saint Macarius the Great; The first Prayer, of Saint Basil the Great; The second Prayer, of Saint Basil the Great; Prayer to the Most Holy Theotokos; Prayer to our Lord Jesus Christ; Prayer to the Holy Guardian Angel; Prayer to the Most Holy Theotokos; Prayerful Invocation of the Saint, Whose Name we bear; Song to the Most Holy Theotokos; Troparion to the Cross; For the Living; For the Departed; Hymn to the Theotokos; The dismissal;
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Presbytera Irene Matta MTh presents the Orthodox Christian Faith which has existed by the grace of the Holy Spirit, from Pentecost until today. The Orthodox Christian Church, found throughout the world from the time of the Apostles, give every believer in Christ in-depth teachings from experienced Elders regarding prayer, worship and our service to the Lord Jesus Christ! Please contact us at Orthodox Mission, POBox 2395 Santa Maria CA 93457 for free information and times of classes on Baptism: Entering the Orthodox Faith.
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Evening Prayers. The Prayer Rule of the Russian Orthodox Church. The Beginning Prayer; Prayer to the Holy Spirit; Trisagion; Prayer of the Most Holy Trinity; The Lord's Prayer; Troparia; Prayer to the Heavenly Father of St. Macarius the Great; Prayer to our Lord Jesus Christ of St. Antiochus; Prayer to the Holy Spirit; Prayer of St. Macarius the Great; | Prayer to the Lord our God; || Prayer to the Lord our God; Prayer of St. John Chrysostom; Prayer to our Lord Jesus Christ; Prayer to the Most Holy Theotokos of Peter Studiyskiy; Prayer to the Most Holy Theotokos; Prayer to the Holy Guardian Angel; Kontakion of the Most Holy Theotokos; - (Kontakion of the Annunciation;) Prayer to the Most Holy Theotokos; Prayer of St. Ioannicius; Hymn to the Theotokos; The dismissal;
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"Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, have mercy on me, a sinner" Trisagion Films presents a piece of Orthodoxy which is undeniably one of our most sacred weapons in spiritual warfare! The Holy Prayer rope has been used since the time of the desert fathers. A prayer rope (Greek: κομποσκοίνι, Russian: вервица, Romanian: mătănii, Serbian: бројаница, Bulgarian: броеница) is a loop of knots, usually made of wool but sometimes of wood, that is used during praying to keep track of the number of prayers which have been said. If you enjoy our videos, please consider supporting our effort on Patreon. We hope to upgrade our technology as well as recruit artists and musicians for future works. Follow and support us on: Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/trisagionfilms Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/TrisagionFilms Website - https://www.trisagionfilms.com/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/trisagionfilms Trisagion Films is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization whose mission is to bring the Orthodox faith to all by presenting tangible theology through original videos and articles, all to the glory of God. We cover aspects of Orthodox worship and practice, pilgrimage, the lives of the saints, iconography and the sacred arts, and recordings of homilies, interviews, and special events.
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Very rare recording with Saint Paisios the Athonite speaking about Mental Prayer and the Prayer of Jesus. In English subtitles
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Morning Prayers in St. Sophia Ukrainian Orthodox Church in Waterloo Ontario Canada
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Use prayer as a tool not as a rule/ htt[://stmarkatl.church
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What better way to prepare for Lent and Easter than to listen to conferences from a monk about prayer? In fact, a Benedictine monk is uniquely qualified to teach this valuable skill, since he spends so many hours a day in prayer. noceasing In early October 2013, Fr. Cassian traveled to St. Benedict's Abbey in Still River, MA to give ten conferences to their monastic community. A common thread through his talks is "praying without ceasing", but we can all learn much from his great wisdom and experience. Treat yourself to these free talks and use them as a way to improve your prayer life this Lent. For more please visit http://osbnorcia.org/blog & please say a Hail Mary for the priest For more information, contact our Director of Development: [email protected]
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These are our prayer walls/ icon walls/ corners. My children do not keep incense or candles in their rooms for obvious reasons.We are Eastern Orthodox converts from Roman Catholicism. Theotokos of Perpetual Help- https://www.pinterest.com/pin/190277152982324364/ Pantokrator of Sinai- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v0dVnUJkT2A Saint Nazarius Abbot of Valaam- http://logismoitouaaron.blogspot.com/2010/03/theologian-by-virtue-of-thy-life-in.html Saint Irene of Chrysovalantou- http://www.stirene.org/life-of-st-irene---beta943omicronsigmaf-tauetasigmaf-alphagamma943alphasigmaf.html Saint Savva of Serbia- http://www.serfes.org/lives/stsavva.htm Saint Hilarion- http://oodegr.co/english/biographies/arxaioi/Hilary_Poitiers.htm Saint Paisius Velichkovsky- http://www.johnsanidopoulos.com/2013/11/saint-paisius-velichkovsky-great.html Saint Nicholas- http://www.stnicholascenter.org/pages/wonderworker/ Saint Herman of Alaska- http://www.pravoslavie.ru/english/st-herman-alaska.htm Saint Seraphim of Sarov- http://www.pravoslavie.ru/english/47866.htm Saint Seraphim of Sarov- prayer rule to Theotokos- http://www.bombaxo.com/blog/files/rule.pdf Saint Anna, Grandmother (Yiayia) of Our Lord- http://www.johnsanidopoulos.com/2010/07/relics-of-saint-anna-grandmother-of-our.html Panagia of Jerusalem- http://www.johnsanidopoulos.com/2011/08/miraculous-panagia-of-jerusalem-icon.html I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (https://www.youtube.com/editor)
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We welcome you to our 90minutes with Jesus Prayer.
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LATEST UPLOAD: TRUTH IS IN THE STONES https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpz1S84700sno_lfdxmbOtQ --~-- The Archangel Saint Sela-phiel the "Prayer of God", sometimes identified with Sala-thiel from the Second Book of Esdras. He is one of the seven archangels in the Byzantine Catholic and Eastern Orthodox traditions. Selaphiel appears in verse 31:6 of the apocryphal Jewish and Christian text . The Conflict of Adam and Eve, which describes how God sends him and Suriyel to help rescue Adam and Eve from Satan’s deception, commanding Sela-phiel “to bring them down from the top of the high mountain and to take them to the Cave of Treasures.” Some Christian traditions consider Selaphiel as the angel in Revelation 8:3-4 in the New Testament, who presents the prayers of people on Earth to God in heaven: "Another angel, who had a golden censer, came and stood at the altar. He was given much incense to offer, with the prayers of all God’s people, on the golden altar in front of the throne. The smoke of the incense, together with the prayers of God’s people, went up before God from the angel’s hand." Selaphiel is often seen as the Patron Saint of prayer and worship for members of the Eastern Orthodox Church and some Catholic traditions. In some Orthodox traditions, he is said to help people interpret dreams, break addictions, protect children, preside over exorcisms, and rule over music in heaven. Please watch the video for more information on the Archangel Selaphiel or visit the channel for other videos on God, the Angels, Archangels and Fallen Angels at mythology explored by ANCIENT MYSTERY on Youtube. Photo Credits: 109.Ezra_Reads_the_Law_to_the_People-United States public domain tag- Archangel-St Michael-3929422-cco- BC_St._Ignatius_apse_window_3-Workman at the English language Wikipedia-cca by sa 3.0-GNU free 1.2- angel-church-498502-cco- BC_St._Ignatius_apse_window_3-Workman at the English language Wikipedia-cca by sa 3.0-GNU free 1.2- Heaven-angels-3731017-cco- Incensegennep-cca by sa 3.0-GNU free 1.2-by-LooiNL- prayer-book-115252-cco- rome-1328074-cco- Saint--2410445-cco- Temptations_of_Christ_(San_Marco)-United States public domain tag- +Pixabay images/video all CC0- Music Credit: Kingdom Come by Jay Man https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEXX5i6961zc4-L8thTctBg https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/wiki/info Channel: mythology explored by ANCIENT MYSTERY
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Fr Matthew the Poor talks to his children, the monks, about the first step to having your prayers answered. This is taken from a sermon given on Monday of Holy Pascha Week, April 1974, titled 'The Fig Tree & Spiritual Fruit'. Fr Matthew the Poor (Matta El-Meskeen) (1919 - 2006) was a Coptic Orthodox monk & spiritual father to the monks of the monastery of St Macarius the Great in Wadi El Natroun, Egypt. He is the author of numerous books & articles, his most notable English titles being: The Orthodox Prayer Life, The Titles of Christ and The Communion of Love. This video aims to enrich the English speaking world through the voice of this great contemporary desert father.
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Fr. Jeremy Davis is a priest/monk at St. Elijah Antiochian Orthodox Church in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. He gave this symposium on the subject of Death and the Afterlife. PDF handouts are available for download with each of the four talks. Two, 24-hour streaming radio channels: http://www.ancientfaith.com/radio Like Ancient Faith on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ancientfaithradio Follow Ancient Faith on Twitter: http://twitter.com/ancientfaith Subscribe to the Ancient Faith newsletter: http://www.ancientfaith.com/newsletter
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www.lightbook.org/?p=27054 Stay with Me, Lord – Prayer of St. Padre Pio after Holy Communion – Lyrics and Music SOCIAL TWITTER: https://goo.gl/ZDaxi1 FACEBOOK: https://goo.gl/G2tWep TUMBLR: https://goo.gl/RGDnpj PINTEREST: https://goo.gl/y6to3Z GOOGLE +: https://goo.gl/4sw5TC WEBSITE: https://goo.gl/qjskUb Words From The Heart To The Heat Stay with Me, Lord – Prayer of St. Padre Pio after Holy Communion – Lyrics and Music Prayer of St. Pio of Pietrelcina after Holy Communion Stay with me, Lord, for it is necessary to have You present so that I do not forget You. You know how easily I abandon You. Stay with me, Lord, because I am weak and I need Your strength, that I may not fall so often. Stay with me, Lord, for You are my life, and without You, I am without fervor. Stay with me Lord, for You are my light, and without You, I am in darkness. Stay with me, Lord, to show me Your will. Stay with me, Lord, so that I hear Your voice and follow You. Stay with me, Lord, for I desire to love You very much, and always be in Your company. Stay with me, Lord, if You wish me to be faithful to You. Stay with me, Lord, for as poor as my soul is, I want it to be a place of consolation for You, a nest of love. Stay with me, Jesus, for it is getting late and the day is coming to a close, and life passes; death, judgment, eternity approaches. It is necessary to renew my strength, so that I will not stop along the way and for that, I need You. It is getting late and death approaches, I fear the darkness, the temptations, the dryness, the cross, the sorrows. O how I need You, my Jesus, in this night of exile! If you would like more Prayer follow these Links: Thankfulness for Health and Strength https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tS47_RqhEzo A Prayer When You’re Feeling Loneliness and Depression https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bc9MyLQrdns O Lord Send the Power Just Now https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eP1XPFr0-IM Jesus Paid It All https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kXfwbRPQ5SY I Must Tell Jesus all of My Trials https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nO87lx3yFgY Glory to His Name - Down at the Cross https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JLXXxIinOLI He Leadeth Me By His own Hand https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mVVnsf6iVVU There Is a Fountain Filled With Blood https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zRjEiJW4zCA You Are My All In A https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=22AfJdKCnTg I Need Thee Every Hour; Most Gracious Lord https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SDRlqKSgl4s I'm Going Through; I’ll pay the price, whatever others do https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cElpW9zRxb4 © Copyright lightbook.org/en
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Psalm 30 of A Spiritual Psalter by St. Ephraim the Syrian. Orthodox Christian prayers from the 4th century. Published by The St. John of Kronstadt Press. Available for purchase at: https://sjkp.org
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Lecture by Archimandrite Irenei Steenburg titled "Prayer in our Daily Life" given at the 7th Annual St. Herman's West Conference.
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