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1 Intro, A,5| carefully guarded the inward life of the~Church from those 2 Intro, A,5| belief in~the conscious life of those who had reposed 3 Intro, A,5| very spirit of the Church's life, in the preservation of 4 Intro, A,5| founded upon~the way of life of the ancient Church. Thus, 5 Intro, A,6| private Christian church life, which are called the Church 6 Intro, C,1| hast the words of eternal life. And we believe and are 7 Intro, C,1| believing ye might have life~through His Name” (John 8 Intro, C,2| nature, the study of the life of peoples, and human creativity; 9 Intro, C,2| the higher questions of life; while theology isfounded 10 I, 1,2 | belief usually encountered in life.~ 11 I, 1,4 | one with the source of all life and power — with God.~In 12 I, 1,4 | St. John of Kronstadt (My~Life in Christ, Vol. I, p. 242 13 I, 1,5 | the subject of the inward life in God, and~likewise in 14 I, 1,5 | fabricated by analogy with the life of the human soul. Concerning 15 I, 1,5 | by an elevated Christian life~and made their minds capable 16 I, 1,5 | to the end of spiritual life (“vision” or “contemplation” 17 I, 1,5 | the content of~the Divine Life, and 2) that the very Names 18 I, 1,7 | Cause, and Creator of all life~Reason tells us that God 19 I, 1,10 | Eternity is ever existent life, and this concept is applied 20 I, 1,11 | lovingly concerned over the life and needs of each creature, 21 I, 1,11 | of salvation and eternal life” (St. Chrysostom, Commentary 22 I, 1,13 | calls everyone to eternal~life in Him, in His Kingdom, 23 I, 1,16 | unchanging, His Being is life, filled with power and activity.~ 24 I, 1,16 | activity.~God in Himself is life, and life is His Being.~ 25 I, 1,16 | in Himself is life, and life is His Being.~The unchangeability 26 I, 1,16 | of change in the Divine life or any kind of process; 27 I, 1,17 | since “He giveth to all life, and breath, and all things” ( 28 I, 1,17 | Himself the source of all life and of every good thing; 29 I, 2,1 | fullness of the mystical inward life in God, for God is love 30 I, 2,1 | directed within the Divine~Life also. The dogma of the Three 31 I, 2,1 | things, is the Giver of Life, Life-creator, Comforter, 32 I, 2,1 | speak of~the mystical inward life hidden in the depths of 33 I, 2,5 | inner mystery of the Divine life. Arbitrary conceptions can 34 I, 2,5 | the Persons in God and the life of God~within Himself. One 35 I, 2,6 | the Holy Trinity, in My Life in Christ.~In the quoted 36 I, 2,7 | Trinity, and not to the life of God in~Himself. When 37 I, 2,8 | in Him might have eternal life. To God the Father, inseparably 38 I, 2,9 | the days~of His earthly life was in a condition of voluntary 39 I, 2,9 | the~true God, and eternal life” (1 John 5:20).~“. . . Of 40 I, 2,9 | perish, but have everlasting life” (John 3:16).~c. He is equal 41 I, 2,9 | For as the Father hath life in Himself, so hath He given 42 I, 2,9 | given to the Son to have life in Himself”~(John 5:26).~“ 43 I, 2,10 | the~Lord, the Giver of Life, Who proceedeth from the 44 I, 2,11 | the understanding of the life of God in Himself, his~thought 45 II, 3,2 | the Lord, the Giver of life.” St. Irenaeus of Lyons 46 II, 3,2 | St. John of Kronstadt (My Life in Christ).~ 47 II, 3,4 | a new and higher form of life. Divine~Revelation teaches 48 II, 3,4 | the question: How did the life of God proceed before the 49 II, 3,5 | important influence on the life of men, even though they 50 II, 3,5 | much information on the life of the early Church — though 51 II, 3,5 | revealed to us in~this present life but will become known only 52 II, 3,5 | known only in the future life. This idea is developed 53 II, 3,5 | from himself by an impious life. The Lord Jesus Christ has 54 II, 3,6 | his nostrils the breath of life;~and man became a living 55 II, 3,6 | body, and the~giving of life to it. St. John Damascene 56 II, 3,6 | into his face the breath of life and the man became a living 57 II, 3,6 | has received the breath of life, in this figurative expression, 58 II, 3,6 | in the course of earthly life (2 Cor. 5:10).~An even more 59 II, 3,6 | image and imparted to it His life; because He sent into it 60 II, 3,6 | He breathed the breath of life” (Gen. 2:7) is an anthropomorphic 61 II, 3,6 | everywhere, for every kind of life. The foundation of this 62 II, 3,6 | hand: “He giveth to all life, and breath, and all things” ( 63 II, 3,6 | these commandments” (My Life~in Christ).~The immortality 64 II, 3,6 | the foundation of pious~life, and He accused the Sadducees, 65 II, 3,6 | the joyful hope of eternal life in the~Kingdom of the Son 66 II, 3,6 | of the soul or the future life at all. This is surely understandable. 67 II, 3,6 | from the very Source of life, and if he cuts off his 68 II, 3,6 | to completely cut off~his life and deprive him of the bond 69 II, 3,6 | would not wish him to have life.~One may rightly say that 70 II, 3,6 | system of teaching and in the life of~the Church. The spirit 71 II, 3,6 | awareness, this belief in a life beyond the~grave for the 72 II, 3,6 | bright ray on the whole life's work of an Orthodox Christian.~ 73 II, 3,6 | carelessness towards his spiritual life he may descend to the level 74 II, 3,6 | grace-given form of the life of the human soul is~evidently 75 II, 4,1 | world. God~“giveth to all life, and breath, and all things ... 76 II, 4,1 | the seeming injustices of life, when we see virtuous men 77 II, 4,1 | shown to us in the future life, then it is not worth investigating 78 II, 4,1 | interference~in the course of the life given to the world at its 79 II, 4,1 | intrusions~of God's will into the life of the world. The life of 80 II, 4,1 | the life of the world. The life of the world is constantly 81 II, 4,1 | creatures together, He gives~life and preserves” (St. Athanasius 82 II, 4,1 | hostility and directs the life of~the whole world towards 83 II, 4,2 | Genesis depict for us the life of the first people. God~ 84 II, 4,2 | untested by the experience of life, as was revealed at the 85 II, 4,2 | indication of the Tree of Life, the tasting ofwhich was 86 II, 4,2 | strengthening from the Source of all life, from God, just as do all 87 II, 5,1 | shadowy sides of our human life make us~value and sense 88 II, 5,1 | highly the joyful sides of life. But the word of God itself 89 II, 5,1 | which entered into our life at that time. Of this the 90 II, 5,1 | of it all the days of thy life” (the words spoken to Adam; 91 II, 5,2 | activities of “satan” in the life of the righteous Job are 92 II, 5,3 | long time in the~blessed life of Paradise. Speaking of 93 II, 5,3 | impulses to activity in life. Of~this we read in 1 John 94 II, 5,3 | the eyes, and the pride of life, is~not of the Father, but 95 II, 5,3 | Nourishment from the Source of Life and from the constant renewal 96 II, 5,3 | the fruit of the Tree of Life, of which our firstancestors 97 II, 5,3 | the other bitter things of life as to a kind of bridle. 98 II, 5,3 | restrain himself in that life which was free of labors 99 II, 5,3 | place of the prospect of life~eternal, mankind beheld 100 II, 6,1 | perish, but have everlasting life” (John 3:16).~“But God, 101 II, 6,2 | recalled the goodness of life in his father’s house, himself~ 102 II, 6,2 | difficult periods of its life; they gave support to its 103 II, 6,3 | believ-ing ye might have life through His name” (John 104 II, 6,3 | perish, but have everlasting life” (John 3:16).~Likewise, 105 II, 6,3 | the true God, and eternal life” (1 John 5:20).~Similarly, 106 II, 6,3 | sufferings.Living the physical life natural to a man, the Lord 107 II, 6,3 | the Lord also lived the life of the soul as a man. He~ 108 II, 6,3 | voluntary sin. In His earthly life the Lord was free of any 109 II, 6,3 | ordinary relationships~of life, no matter how much a man 110 II, 6,4 | years of the Lord’s~earthly life proceeded.~c) When, about 111 II, 6,4 | sin of Adam. And since her life was holy from~her birth, 112 II, 6,4 | The pure and immaculate~life of the Virgin Mary up to 113 II, 6,5 | they explain events in the~life of mankind, they place it 114 II, 6,5 | as the foundation of the life of the Church and the future 115 II, 6,5 | the acquirement of eternal life in God, in the Kingdom of~ 116 II, 6,6 | to the loss of eternal~life, to the general loss of 117 II, 6,6 | the further events in the~life of the Lord Jesus Christ. 118 II, 6,6 | baptism in the Jordan, by His life on earth, the very nature 119 II, 6,6 | men unto justification of life” (Rom. 5:18).~This is why 120 II, 6,6 | joined to~the deprivation of life in Paradise of Adam and 121 II, 6,6 | personal rebirth and new life in Christ.~The transition 122 II, 6,6 | according~to the hope of eternal life” (Titus 3:5-7).~“Grieve 123 II, 6,6 | by the Resurrection~new life has been brought into the 124 II, 6,6 | significance for Christ’s life and His death~on the Cross.~ 125 II, 6,7 | offered as a sacrifice for the life~of the world; He is at the 126 II, 6,7 | and 2) the teaching of life~and piety.~The evangelical 127 II, 6,7 | evangelical teaching of life and piety is the high commandment 128 II, 6,8 | His Resurrection~eternal life was given to us. Therefore, 129 II, 6,8 | a) the earthly, bodily life; and b)~the life after death.~ 130 II, 6,8 | bodily life; and b)~the life after death.~Earthly life 131 II, 6,8 | life after death.~Earthly life ends with the death of the 132 II, 6,8 | world above, to a better life, to life in the light of 133 II, 6,8 | above, to a better life, to life in the light of the Kingdom 134 II, 6,8 | those in the tombs~bestowing life.” “Christ ascended up far 135 II, 6,8 | 5:1).~A depiction of the life of the Saints in heaven 136 II, 6,8 | things that pertain unto life and~godliness” (2 Peter 137 II, 7,1 | Jesus Christ, by His earthly life, His death on the Cross 138 II, 7,1 | grace-giving powers, a new life which is capable of great 139 II, 7,1 | good shep-herd giveth his life for the sheep . . . I am 140 II, 7,1 | and I lay down My life for the sheep. And other 141 II, 7,1 | Apostle Paul, comparing the life of the Church of Christ 142 II, 7,1 | Church” (Eph. 5:32). The life of the Church in its~essence 143 II, 7,1 | mystical; the course of its life cannot be entirely included 144 II, 7,4 | here on earth are bodily life and physical death; there, 145 II, 7,4 | to be participants an the life of the militant Church on 146 II, 7,4 | and guide us to eternal life by means of the church services,~ 147 II, 7,5 | performed the inward mystical~life in sanctity of the more 148 II, 7,5 | established tradition. Moreover, life~shows us the possibility 149 II, 7,5 | and the end everlasting life” (Rom. 6:22), as the Apostle 150 II, 7,5 | Christian teaching of faith and~life in the form in which they 151 II, 7,5 | structure of the Church’s life, being~concerned that everything 152 II, 7,5 | and faith, a worthy moral life, a conviction — all the 153 II, 7,5 | enter into the depths of the~life of these confessions, but 154 II, 7,6 | different functions in the life of the~organism, and as 155 II, 7,6 | matter how high a moral life~a man might lead, he cannot 156 II, 7,6 | In general, everywhere in life there~is the principle of 157 II, 7,6 | dictated by the very logic of life itself. The same thing is 158 II, 7,6 | end of their conversation (life)” (Hebrews 13:7).~“Obey 159 II, 8,1 | The life of the Church in the Holy 160 II, 8,1 | the Holy Spirit~The new life.~The Church is surrounded 161 II, 8,1 | creation, and it creates a new life. And every member of it 162 II, 8,1 | create in~himself this new life. This new life should be 163 II, 8,1 | this new life. This new life should be preceded by a 164 II, 8,1 | member~of the Church with the life of “the world.” However, 165 II, 8,1 | to go away totally from life on earth, from the midst 166 II, 8,1 | grace, the birth into a new life “by water and the Spirit,” 167 II, 8,1 | how the growth in this new life subsequently occurs, we 168 II, 8,1 | 26-28). Thus all this new life . if only it is received 169 II, 8,1 | unfelt by him.~The whole life of the Church is penetrated 170 II, 8,1 | good things and Giver of life, come and~abide in us…” 171 II, 8,1 | goodwill to men of worthy life in all ages of~humanity, 172 II, 8,1 | to earth, by His earthly life, His death on the Cross, 173 II, 8,1 | which gives birth, gives life, perfects,~and brings the 174 II, 8,1 | given from above for holy life is found in many places 175 II, 8,1 | of redemption,~is in this life as an individual only “being 176 II, 8,1 | things that pertain unto life and godliness… (do you)~ 177 II, 8,1 | confession,~and a self-belittling life; and if, in giving alms, 178 II, 8,1 | the eyes, and the pride of life” (1 John 2:15-16). It is 179 II, 8,1 | existence of the world, its life, including the existence 180 II, 8,1 | including the existence and life of mankind and of each man;~ 181 II, 8,2 | or Sacraments~The inward life of the Church is mystical ( 182 II, 8,2 | coming~into conflict with the life of the world and the passions 183 II, 8,2 | of the world The inward life of the~Church is the mystical 184 II, 8,2 | natural that in~the Church’s life the series of special and 185 II, 8,2 | mystically born into spiritual life. In Chrismation he receives 186 II, 8,2 | spiritual diseases.”~For the life of the Church itself as 187 II, 8,2 | for the fullness~of the life and sanctity of the Church 188 II, 8,2 | apostates.”~By these facts of life the dignity of the Mysteries 189 II, 8,3 | so as to walk in renewed life; we are “buried with Christ,” 190 II, 8,3 | should~walk in newness of life” (Rom. 6:4). Baptism is 191 II, 8,3 | had, a new existence and~life, and becomes a child of 192 II, 8,3 | an inheritor of~eternal life, it is therefore evident 193 II, 8,3 | guide the child in pious life, is compelled by the bishop 194 II, 8,3 | the foundations of social life compel one to be~on guard 195 II, 8,3 | defilements and communicate a new life. All sins are forgiven, 196 II, 8,3 | way is opened for a new life; opened is the possibility 197 II, 8,3 | in the whole grace-given life of the Church. The~Holy 198 II, 8,4 | and growth in spiritual life.~St. Cyprian writes, “Those 199 II, 8,4 | Milan), “the seal of eternal life” (Leo the Great),~“the confirmation” ( 200 II, 8,4 | begun a~new grace-giving life.~In what way did the grace-giving 201 II, 8,5 | with Christ and eternal~life. This Mystery is composed, 202 II, 8,5 | of heaven and the~Cup of life” or the “Cup of salvation”; 203 II, 8,5 | concerning the Bread of Life on the occasion of the feeding 204 II, 8,5 | which I will give for the life of the world” (John 6:51). 205 II, 8,5 | drink His~blood, ye have no life in you, Whoso eateth My 206 II, 8,5 | drinketh My blood, hath eternal life,~and I will raise him up 207 II, 8,5 | are Spirit and they are life” (John 6:63). By this remark~ 208 II, 8,5 | words about the Bread of Life be understood in any “metaphorical”~ 209 II, 8,5 | and Blood are “spirit and life.” They testify that a) he 210 II, 8,5 | of them will have eternal life, and will be resurrected 211 II, 8,5 | His words speak not of life in the flesh, but of life 212 II, 8,5 | life in the flesh, but of life in the Spirit. “The Bread 213 II, 8,5 | of Heaven~and the Cup of Life; taste and see that the 214 II, 8,5 | is important for eternal life.~The establishment of the 215 II, 8,5 | drink His blood, ye have no life in you.~And indeed, the 216 II, 8,5 | the Cross was shed for the life of the world. Yet again, 217 II, 8,5 | same grace-giving tree~of life planted by God on Golgotha, 218 II, 8,5 | all those who seek eternal life. But~they are also to be 219 II, 8,5 | drink His Blood, ye have no life~in you. Whoso eateth My 220 II, 8,5 | drinketh My Blood, hath eternal life” (John 6:53-54).~The saving 221 II, 8,5 | and growth in spiritual~life: “He that eateth Me, even 222 II, 8,5 | and the eternally~blessed life: “He that eateth of this 223 II, 8,6 | sins, a man again comes to life spiritually and becomes 224 II, 8,7 | good shepherd giveth his life for~the sheep” (John 10: 225 II, 8,7 | upon it for one’s whole life — without the invocation 226 II, 8,8 | another way of personal life which is blessed in Christianity: 227 II, 8,8 | places it above married life, and in actuality, in the 228 II, 8,8 | chosen and a perfect form of life, the Church~blesses also 229 II, 8,8 | Church~blesses also married life for the sake of those exalted, 230 II, 8,8 | raise children in faith and~life according to the Gospel, 231 II, 8,8 | sufferings which visit family life.The central moment of the 232 II, 8,8 | destroyed by conditions of life (for ex-ample, long absence 233 II, 8,8 | a greater~evil . immoral life (as St. Basil the Great 234 II, 8,9 | softening, a bringing to life. Anointment~of the sick 235 II, 9 | Prayer —~as expression of the life of the Church~ 236 II, 9,1 | manifestation of the Church’s life and the spiritual bond of 237 II, 9,1 | part of it into the common life of the body, animating~each 238 II, 9,1 | the form of the~Church's life, b) an instrument or means 239 II, 9,2 | God all are alive. Church life is penetrated by a living 240 II, 9,2 | cease. “Neither death nor life... shall be able to separate 241 II, 9,2 | ask and He shall give him life, for them that sin not unto 242 II, 9,2 | given both in the~present life and after death is naturally 243 II, 9,2 | prayers help the~seeds of new life which our departed ones 244 II, 9,2 | principle of vegetative life. Similarly, powerless would 245 II, 9,3 | the good example of his life~and place him as an example 246 II, 9,3 | indicate that Abraham~knows the life of the Hebrew people which 247 II, 9,6 | who have lived a~righteous life or have become holy through 248 II, 9,6 | tomb, immediately came to life, and~the dead man arose ( 249 II, 9,6 | of respect for the holy life or the martyric~death of 250 II, 9,6 | related to their ascetic life, or by a demonic counterfeit);~ 251 II, 9,7 | moral order of Christian life; it gives to it a true direction. 252 II, 9,7 | Christian. Faith demands~a life that corresponds to faith.~ 253 II, 9,7 | finished the struggle of their life with a martyr’s death.~All 254 II, 9,7 | Gal. 5:24). The moral life cannot exist without~inward 255 II, 9,7 | from the unworthy~manner of life of her members, and in particular 256 II, 0,1 | and the future eternal life.~Paragraph 7: And He is 257 II, 0,1 | dead.~Paragraph 12: And the life of the age to come. Amen.~ 258 II, 0,1 | Kingdom of Glory and. eternal life. The last part of~dogmatic 259 II, 0,2 | path is presented in~the life of St Basil the New (March 260 Add, 0,3 | against flesh and blood.~Our life among a population which, 261 Add, 0,3 | limited conditions of our life we unfortunately are unable 262 Add, 0,3 | joyful,~but always active life of its ranks in its heavenly 263 Add, 0,3 | ennoble and exalt earthly life itself — both the personal 264 Add, 0,3 | itself — both the personal life of its~own children, and 265 Add, 0,3 | its~own children, and the life of mankind. Its chief aim 266 Add, 0,3 | the attainment of eternal life in God, the attainment~of 267 Add, 0,3 | Cor. 15:28). The earthly life of the~Christian should 268 Add, 0,4 | translated into a different life after death.~In the times 269 Add, 0,4 | known to everyone in daily life. The hierarchs of this period 270 Add, 0,4 | instructions for a Christian way of life. As for children who have 271 Add, 0,4 | the essence of our Church life. Our Christian Church life 272 Add, 0,4 | life. Our Christian Church life of prayer~is uninterrupted 273 Add, 0,4 | soul there is no death. Life in Christ is a world of 274 Add, 0,4 | the days of their earthly life. Those who pray can~feel 275 Add, 0,4 | to spend “the rest of our life in peace and repentance,” 276 Add, 0,4 | we must enter into a new life:~will it be light or in 277 Add, 0,4 | attainment of the eternal blessed life in God, overcoming our carelessness 278 Add, 0,5 | into English in Orthodox Life 1970, no. 3.)~d) In the 279 Add, 0,6 | 17); He came “to give~His life (as) a ransom for many” ( 280 Add, 0,7 | unto the resurrection of life; and they~that have done 281 Add, 0,7 | unto the resurrection of life;~and they that have done 282 Add, 0,7 | their souls in this earthly life: “THIS corruptible must 283 Add, 0,7 | infirmities of the present life. They will be spiritual, 284 Add, 0,7 | having earthly, bodily~needs. Life after the resurrection will 285 Add, 0,7 | resurrection will be like the life of the fleshless spirits, 286 Add, 0,7 | good things of temporal life. After this there will follow 287 Add, 0,7 | the word of God came to life and~reigned with Christ 288 Add, 0,7 | found written in the book of life was cast into the lake of 289 Add, 0,7 | sectarianism, of faith in life after death, in the blessedness~ 290 Add, 0,7 | spiritual rebirth into eternal life in Christ through baptism, 291 Add, 0,7 | will enter into the blessed life of the Kingdom of Christ.~ 292 Add, 0,7 | who have experienced the life of grace in the Church can 293 Add, 0,7 | joyful features the eternal life of the righteous after the 294 Add, 0,7 | but the~righteous into life eternal” (Matt 25:41, 46). 295 Add, 0,7 | for thee to enter in to life maimed than having two hands 296 Add, 0,7 | very misleading idea of the life of the future age. With 297 Add, 0,7 | Tortures in Hell?” in Orthodox Life, 1970, no. 5) in order to 298 Add, 0,7 | righteous will go into eternal life, but the satanized sinners 299 Add, 0,7 | believe that just as eternal life~will have no end, so also 300 Add, 0,7 | 6).~The eternal blessed life is presented vividly in 301 Add, 0,7 | attain the future blessed life and become “partakers of~ 302 Add, 0,7 | participants in that most perfect life, whose source is in~God 303 Add, 0,7 | righteous shall go into life eternal” (Matt. 25:46).~ 304 Add, 0,7 | finally to~the eternal blessed life in heaven, so that with 305 App, 1 | the end of the Church's life, being guided by the Holy 306 App, 1 | acquire the eternal blessed life. All these are vitally necessary~ 307 App, 1 | opinions about the inner life in God, such as are to be 308 App, 1 | relation to the spiritual life of the Church. It only studies 309 App, 1 | or decline of spiritual life in the Church at one or 310 App, 1 | the essence of spiritual life. Theological~learning is 311 App, 1 | knowledge of God,~of Divine life and Divine Providence, is 312 App, 1 | immediate~moral application in life. The Apostle teaches us 313 App, 1 | things that pertain unto life and godliness ... giving 314 App, 2 | abstract ideas, but a new life for the~Kingdom of God; 315 App, 2 | raised up to beholding the life within God. The chief area 316 App, 3 | existence,~that is, to the life of God in Himself; and because 317 App, 3 | imagination.~4. In the Divine life there is introduced an essence 318 App, 3 | Sophia.~5. In the Divine life there is introduced a distinction 319 App, 3 | Truth).~6. In the Divine life there is introduced an elemental 320 App, 4 | personal, family,~and public life.~A large part of the ideas 321 App, 4 | John 12:35); the Hypostatic Life (“Thou hast given birth 322 App, 4 | birth to the Hypostatic Life”~— Canon of the Annunciation, 323 App, 5,2 | strictly for their ascetic life, without any particular 324 App, 5,2 | intercessors before God in this~life by their vocation, they 325 App, 5,2 | remain such even in the life beyond the grave. In the 326 App, 5,2 | had~led such an exalted life, he did not prohibit the 327 App, 5,2 | conducted~with solemnity (cf. “Life of St. Symeon the New Theologian” 328 App, 5,2 | of an ascetic's~righteous life in and of itself leads to 329 App, 5,3 | one may deem an ascetic life,~confirmed afterwards by 330 App, 5,3 | number~shone forth... whose life the Lord hath glorified 331 App, 5,4 | relics of the saints. In his Life of St. Anthony, St.~Athanasius 332 App, 5,4 | required, as well as a written~“life.” The ecclesiastical authorities 333 App, 5,4 | There have been cases in the life of the Russian~Church when 334 App, 5,4 | compilation of the~book.~From the life of St. Job of Pochaev, written 335 App, 5,4 | concerning the honorable and pure life of St. Job in detail.~Ascertaining 336 App, 5,4 | for St. Job was in this life~adorned with every virtue; 337 App, 5,4 | the Venerable Job and His Life, Jordanville, NY).~After 338 App, 5,5 | the stichera, canon,~and life of St. Cornelius. The patriarch, 339 App, 5,5 | the stichera, canon, and life of St. Cornelius and found 340 App, 5,5 | Cornelius and found the life to be written “according~ 341 App, 5,5 | shone throughout his earthly life, news of the evangelical 342 App, 5,6 | martyrdom, or upon a righteous~life which is apparent to the 343 App, 5,6 | glorifieth anyone in this life, and after his~death declareth


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