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Life of Our Holy Father Sava I / Православие.RuИскать в Источникеpravoslavie.ru
... Life of Our Holy Father Sava I Enlightener and First Archbishop of the Serbs (+1235) Seek ye first the kingdom of God, and His righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you. Matthew 6: 33 He Serbian Grand Zhupan (Patriarchal leader) Stephen Nemanja had two sons, Stephen and Vukan; yet, he and his wife Anna desired, if it be God s will, to have another child. Their pious prayers ascended before God, Who heard their petition and blessed them with their last child, a son who was born in the year of our Lord 1175. At baptism the child was given the name Rastko, a name derived from the Old Slavonic verb " rasti " which means " to grow. " And grow divinely he did. There were many special things about Rastko: he was a lovely child, with pronounced features and smooth skin, and possessed, already in his childhood, an unusually alert and pious demeanor. Little did Rastko s parents and all those of the Royal Court (and even the entire Serb nation) realize that his birth and baptism into Orthodoxy would providentially set in motion their own historical and spiritual journey, which would result in the blossoming of their Christian faith, nation hood and total Christian ... далее ...

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       Девочка родилась в срок, головку не держала, есть сама не могла. Не поползла, не села, не пошла, не говорит. Отставание в развитии колоссальное. Требуется систематическая реабилитация у разных врачей (эпилептолог, ортопед, невролог, дефектолог, логопед, ЛФК и др). Кроме того, необходимы средства на комплексные реабилитации, которые стоят весьма не дёшево.

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«Отче наш» вместе с детьми: домашний урок / ...Искать в Источникеpravoslavie.ru
... вещами. В подростковом возрасте все «домашнее» может стать синонимом «неинтересного» Если греческий текст – это первоисточник, это «древность» и «глубина», то другой полюс «разворачивания смыслов» текста – обращение к английскому языку. Это движение в сторону «современности», актуальности. И это больше вопрос к пониманию переводов, значения слов. Ведь греческий доступен далеко не всем, а английский изучают как минимум в любой школе, а то и на всяческих курсах. И к шестому, а тем более к девятому-десятому классу подростки уже хоть немного владеют этим языком. И мы переводим: Отче наш – «Our Father». И вдруг – реально вдруг! – оказывается, что «Отче наш» ‒ это обращение к нашему Отцу. «Give us this day our daily bread» ‒ английская лексика на уровне четвертого класса, а то и третьего. Привычное, неосознаваемое, слившееся в одну беспробельную фразу «Хлеб-наш-насущный-даждь-нам-днесь» оказывается просьбой дать нам daily bread. Все это, на мой взгляд, очень нужная для «церковного» ребенка вещь. Молитва, как и все прочие составляющие православной культуры, воспринимается «церковным» ребенком в рамках «своего» и «домашнего» ‒ и это здорово. Но в определенный момент, в ... далее ...
The Vision of Our Holy Father John, Wonderworker ...Искать в Источникеpravoslavie.ru
... Vision of Our Holy Father John, Wonderworker of Kronstadt St. John of Kronstadt Photo: LogoSlovo. Ru The Holy and Righteous John of Kronstadt recalled this vision, which he had in January of 1901: After evening prayers I laid down to rest a little in my dimly lit cell since I was fatigued. Hanging before the icon of the Mother of God was my lit lampada. Not more than a half hour had passed when I heard a soft rustle. Someone touched my left shoulder, and in a tender voice said to me, “Arise servant of God John and follow the will of God! ” I arose and saw near the window a glorious starets (elder) with frosty grey hair, wearing a black mantia, and holding a staff in his hand. He looked at me tenderly, and I could scarcely keep from falling because of my great fear. My hands and feet trembled, and I wanted to speak, but my tongue would not obey me. The starets made the sign of the cross over me, and calm and joy soon came over me. Then I made the sign of the cross myself. He then pointed to the western wall of my cell with his staff in order that I should notice a certain spot. The starets had inscribed on the wall the following numbers: 1913, 1914, 1917, 1922, 1924, and 1934. ... далее ...
We Must Pray for All: The Salvation of the World ...Искать в Источникеbogoslov.ru
... to offer repentance not only on their own behalf but also on behalf of their neighbour, for without active love they cannot be made perfect.... In this way the whole universe is held together in unity, and through God’s providence we are each of us assisted by one another. [11] ‘Adam, our father’ St Silouan’s consuming desire for the salvation of all stands out in yet sharper relief when we take into account his teaching about what may be termed the ‘total Adam’. This is not, I think, a phrase that he himself employs, but it accurately sums up his point of view. For St Silouan, Adam is ‘our father’ (451) , the ‘father of all mankind’ (448) . Following St Paul ( 1 Corinthians 15: 22, 45 ) , the Starets sees Adam the first-formed man as the collective head of the human race, containing and recapitulating within himself the whole of humankind. There are obvious parallels here between St Silouan and St Irenaeus of Lyon, even though the Starets was probably unfamiliar with the Irenaean writings. This solidarity and recapitulation in Adam renders all human persons ‘consubstantial’ and ‘ontologically one’, as Fr Sophrony puts it (123, 51, 217) . This ontological unity is not ... далее ...
The Life of Our Holy Father Saint Herman of ...Искать в Источникеpravoslavie.ru
... Life of Our Holy Father Saint Herman of Alaska Commemorated November 15, December 13 25, and July 27 August 8 (1751–1836) The following Life is based on the original Valaam Life commissioned in 1864 by Abbot Damascene, and incorporates changes based on recent research. Saint Herman of Alaska was born in 1751 in a village of the province of Voronezh, Russia, into a very devout peasant family. His name before monasticism was Yegor Ivanovich Popov. It is known that one of his relatives ended her days as a nun of the well-known Monastery of the Passion in Moscow. From his early youth Yegor was a pious boy, and he made several pilgrimages to the Sarov Monastery. During his childhood he stayed for a time in the cell of the elder and asceticVarlaam of Sarov (†1764) , the spiritual father of Hieromonk Nazarius, the future abbot of Valaam Monastery. Little is known ofthe early period of Fr. Herman’s life. A story about him was told by his friend, monk Theophan. [1] “Fr. Herman (he is now in America) at a young age lived in the wilderness with Fr. Varlaam. Fr. Varlaam once departed for a short time, leaving the youngster—he was twelve years old—alone. It happened that some people ... далее ...
Orthodox Christian Women Vs. Muslim Women / ...Искать в Источникеpravoslavie.ru
... men is UP TO 4 WIFES! And to make that even properly there are many conditions to follow and it is not the mans choise alone, like any other desicion, islamicly he has to consult his wife. And of all the religions in the world, im sorry to break it ti you but ortodox chridtianity and islam is most similar. your knowledge is narrow. i recommend you learn morw about islam wich will only make you more in peace. allahfis abebe. birhanu 5 27 2013 1: 09 pm orthodox chiristian always folow the bible rather than any kind of tradisional practice. fimales are created or originated from male, that is our father adam. as adam himself said your body is also my body, you are some part of our body. so, comper with muslim folower female have equal with male, in ortodox. generaly the natural risours, the tradisional practice like that of learning, teaching, speaking, wiaring, leading, adminestwering and also wht ever in this world are allowed equaly. by theway one thing is ther touching, eating, visiting, playing etc, dont have sin any person since all of them pasese sequantialy, but god is always with you dont afriade any practice since you are created to do and eat what you done. dont be wory ... далее ...
The Life of Our Holy Father Saint Herman of ...Искать в Источникеpravoslavie.ru
... The Life of Our Holy Father Saint Herman of Alaska Commemorated November 15, December 13 25, and July 27 August 8 (1751–1836) The following Life is based on the original Valaam Life commissioned in 1864 by Abbot Damascene, and incorporates changes based on recent research. Saint Herman of Alaska was born in 1751 in a village of the province of Voronezh, Russia, into a very devout peasant family. His name before monasticism was Yegor Ivanovich Popov. It is known that one of his relatives ended her days as a nun of the well-known Monastery of the Passion in Moscow. From his early youth Yegor was a pious boy, and he made several pilgrimages to the Sarov Monastery. During his childhood he stayed for a time in the cell of the elder and asceticVarlaam of Sarov (†1764) , the spiritual father of Hieromonk Nazarius, the future abbot of Valaam Monastery. Little is known ofthe early period of Fr. Herman’s life. A story about him was told by his friend, monk Theophan. [1] “Fr. Herman (he is now in America) at a young age lived in the wilderness with Fr. Varlaam. Fr. Varlaam once departed for a short time, leaving the youngster—he was twelve years old—alone. It happened that some ... далее ...
Homilies on the Gospel of John, Homilies 40 -88 ...Искать в Источникеazbyka.ru
... but from this expression it is probable that this had been often asserted by them. You have a devil, says some one. Who is it that has a devil? He that honors God, or he that insults Him that honors Him? What then says Christ, who is very meekness and gentleness? I have not a devil, but I honor Him that sent me. Where there was need to instruct them, to pull down their excessive insolence, to teach them not to be proud because of Abraham, He was vehement; but when it was needful that He being insulted should bear it, He used much gentleness. When they said, We have God and Abraham for our Father, He touched them sharply; but when they called Him a demoniac, He spoke submissively, thus teaching us to avenge insults offered to God, but to overlook such as are offered to ourselves. John 8: 50 I seek not My own glory. These things, He says, I have spoken to show that it becomes not you, being murderers, to call God your Father; so that I have spoken them through honor for Him, and for His sake do I hear these reproaches, and for His sake do ye dishonor Me. Yet I care not for this insolence; to Him, for whose sake I now hear these things, you owe an account of your words. For ... далее ...
The Fourth Sunday of Lent: Feast of our Righteous ...Искать в Источникеpravoslavie.ru
... The Fourth Sunday of Lent: Feast of our Righteous Father John (Climacus) of Sinai, Author of The Ladder of Divine Ascent Introduction On March 30 and on the Fourth Sunday of Holy Lent the Orthodox Church commemorates our Righteous Father John Climacus. He is called Climacus due to his authorship of the great spiritual work The Ladder of Divine Ascent. His commemoration is designated by the Church on one of the Sundays of Lent as his life and writings affirm him as a supreme bearer and proponent of Christian asceticism. The ascetic example of this great Saint of the Church inspires us in our Lenten journey. Life Of The Saint Icon of Saint John Climacus and the Ladder of Divine Ascent provided by Athanasios Clark and used with permission Saint John Climacus was probably born in the second half of the sixth century; but his country and origins are alike unknown because, from the beginning of his renunciation of the world, he took great care to live as a stranger upon earth. " Exile, " he wrote, " is a separation from everything, in order that one may hold on totally to God. " We only know that, from the age of sixteen, after having received a solid intellectual formation, he ... далее ...
“Father, there’s no firewood, and no money!" / ...Искать в Источникеpravoslavie.ru
... Hilarion, Archbishop of Verea Bless! I, Elena Egorova, in Baptism Maria, want to tell the world and you, honorable fathers, about the miraculous help of our father Hilarion (Troitsky) —the wonderworker. In 2005 I was sent by the church to work not for money, but for the glory of God. I served in a hospice near St. Petersburg and spent the nights in a women’s skete outside of town. The skete had wood heating, but the sisters had no firewood for the winter. The fathers blessed me to find a load of firewood “for the sake of Christ”. I went to Fr. Hilarion’s grave and said, “Father, there’s no firewood, and no money. Help! ” I left the monastery gates and waved down car going my way, because I didn’t have a penny for the bus. Then a car stopped, with a woman driver. She asked me why I was hailing a car, and did I need any help. I told her that I had no money, that I needed to buy firewood, but I didn’t know where I would find the money. She gave me four thousand rubles, and even drove me to the skete. The second miracle I buried my entire family, five people, over the course of three years and was left all alone. When I left Tiumen [Siberia] for St. Petersburg to see my ... далее ...
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