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Re: Oriental Orthodox Prayers
« Reply #90 on: November 10, 2019, 11:30:15 PM »
Twelve Saints, Twelve Prayers, of the Armenian Church, translated by St. Nersess Seminary:

http://www.stsarkis.net/Prayers/12prayers.html

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Re: Oriental Orthodox Prayers
« Reply #91 on: November 11, 2019, 08:55:32 AM »
Twelve Saints, Twelve Prayers, of the Armenian Church, translated by St. Nersess Seminary:

http://www.stsarkis.net/Prayers/12prayers.html

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Re: Oriental Orthodox Prayers
« Reply #92 on: November 11, 2019, 08:22:10 PM »
Twelve Saints, Twelve Prayers, of the Armenian Church, translated by St. Nersess Seminary:

http://www.stsarkis.net/Prayers/12prayers.html

Thank you for sharing!
"As far as possible never do evil to anyone: or it will ruin you, your children and your house. Hold on steadfastly to prayer, fasting and works of charity. Do them with faith and devotion ".
-Saint Gregorios Geevarghese Chathuruthil (Parumala Thirumeni)

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Re: Oriental Orthodox Prayers
« Reply #93 on: December 13, 2019, 12:09:13 AM »
An excerpt from the Promiyon Sedro of the Christmas service, in the Ma'De'Dono:

Glory to the Eternal Child Who, for our salvation, was incarnate of the Virgin full of grace; Whose coming was foretold by the prophets; Whose mysterious conception was was announced by the angel Gabriel; Whose good tidings were proclaimed by the Apostles; for Whose worship the Magi came in haste; by Whose glory the shepherds were illumined; and by Whose manifestation the world has gained life; to Him be glory, honor and majesty at this time of the Nativity celebration, and at all festivals, times, hours, seasons and through all the days of our life. Amen.

Who can adequately praise Your redemptive and life-giving Incarnation, O Christ, God. When You beheld our human race, pulled down from its high estate, completely doomed to destruction and reduced to corruption, You, Eternal Son of the Eternal Father, dwelt in the Holy Virgin’s womb, and after nine full months You were born to her in the flesh supernaturally. You arose and came forth from her by birth true God and true man. You were not known by two but from two natures united into one, divinity and humanity, and were professed in one nature without separation and intermixture. You preserved Your mother’s virginity without harm and after Your divine birth from her You kept her a virgin free from stain.
"As far as possible never do evil to anyone: or it will ruin you, your children and your house. Hold on steadfastly to prayer, fasting and works of charity. Do them with faith and devotion ".
-Saint Gregorios Geevarghese Chathuruthil (Parumala Thirumeni)

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Re: Oriental Orthodox Prayers
« Reply #94 on: December 31, 2019, 11:39:19 PM »
Kasaloki (hymn sung during the Fraction) for January 1st

O Lord of all beings, bless the beginning of the new year. Grant to us a blissful life with the rising sun of every new morning. Increase unto us graces and sprinkle the earth with dew. Make the fields and plants to blossom with bountiful seeds and fruits. May Your power rid us of all kinds of grief and hardship. May Your Cross save our congregation from pain and infirmity.
"As far as possible never do evil to anyone: or it will ruin you, your children and your house. Hold on steadfastly to prayer, fasting and works of charity. Do them with faith and devotion ".
-Saint Gregorios Geevarghese Chathuruthil (Parumala Thirumeni)