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St Savvas The New

Sunday, December 10, 2017

There is a fascinating event from the life of the Holy Prophet Elias recorded in the Bible. Because of his faithfulness to the one true God, Elias was on a run for his life, pursued by the evil Queen Jezebel who was intent on killing him. Elias fled into the wilderness and there the Lord spoke to him and said “Go out tomorrow and stand on the mountain before the Lord; and behold, the Lord will pass by….” Elias is given a promise that he will meet the Lord on that mountain. So the next day there is a great and powerful wind on the mountain…but the Lord was not in the wind….then an earthquake and a fire….but the Lord was not in either of them. Read more...

 

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What does it mean to have a wonderful title, and no real job description? The position of the wife of a priest is exactly this. The various languages or every Orthodox country have titles of honor for the priest’s wife. Some might literally be translated as ‘priestess’, while some mean ‘wife of the priest’, and in at least one language — Russian — the priest’s wife is ‘mother’ or ‘little mother’. Read more...

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