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221 body
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214 been
213 soul
208 himself
207 even
203 first
Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
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    Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 I | faith as an attribute of the soul. The power of faith. The 2 I, 1,2 | faith as an attribute of the soul.~Christian faith is a mystical 3 I, 1,2 | revelation in the human soul. It is broader, more powerful,~ 4 I, 1,4 | is the penetration of~the soul into the future (“the substance 5 I, 1,5 | with the life of the human soul. Concerning the “fellow-~ 6 I, 1,6 | powerfully strikes the wounded~soul, but cannot worthily be 7 I, 1,9 | spiritual beings~and the soul of man, which manifest in 8 I, 1,10 | for example,~an angel or a soul. Eternal in its precise 9 I, 1,11 | acquire for oneself, for~one's soul, eternal good things.~ 10 I, 1,17 | roof of the house of my soul” (Second Prayer). Again, “ 11 I, 2,4 | identically, as if it had a single soul and a single~heart, and 12 I, 2,11 | Further, turning to one's own soul, looking deep within one' 13 II, 3,1 | command of God, except for the soul~of man, which bears in itself 14 II, 3,3 | 103 (“Bless the Lord, O my soul”), which call on one to 15 II, 3,6 | and man became a living soul” (Gen. 2:7). Two actions, 16 II, 3,6 | notes: “The body and the soul were formed at the same~ 17 II, 3,6 | the man became a living soul. As one who~has received 18 II, 3,6 | even fellow~laborer of the soul. It depends on the soul 19 II, 3,6 | soul. It depends on the soul itself whether to lower 20 II, 3,6 | fellow-laborer. Depending upon the soul, the body can be a vessel 21 II, 3,6 | participating with the soul in the~glorification of 22 II, 3,6 | the body, the bond of the~soul with the body is not cut 23 II, 3,6 | regarding the nature of the~soul. At the creation of the 24 II, 3,6 | At the creation of the soul, God took nothing of it 25 II, 3,6 | the word of God,~the human soul is an essence completely 26 II, 3,6 | high~pre-eminence of man's soul compared to everything earthly 27 II, 3,6 | world, and lose has own~soul? Or what shall a man give 28 II, 3,6 | give an exchange for his soul?” (Matt. 16:26). The Lord 29 II, 3,6 | are not able to kill the soul” (Matt.~10:28).~Concerning 30 II, 3,6 | the exalted dignity of the soul, St. Gregory the Theologian 31 II, 3,6 | expresses himself~thus: “The soul is the breath of God, and 32 II, 3,6 | Divinity” (Homily 7, “On the Soul”).~Nevertheless, one cannot 33 II, 3,6 | foundation for teaching that the soul is “divine” in the full 34 II, 3,6 | very statement that the soul is of heavenly origin does 35 II, 3,6 | origin does not mean that the soul is~divine in essence. “He 36 II, 3,6 | the~conclusion that the soul proceeded from the Essence 37 II, 3,6 | Scripture), dare to say that the soul has proceeded from the Essence 38 II, 3,6 | spoke of the divinity of the soul not in the strict sense 39 II, 3,6 | Vol. I, p. 430-431).~The soul as an independent substance.~ 40 II, 3,6 | the independence of the soul and its value in itself, 41 II, 3,6 | the distinctness~of the soul from the body in order to 42 II, 3,6 | materialistic opinion that the soul is only~an expression of 43 II, 3,6 | is characteristic of the soul to govern the strivings 44 II, 3,6 | of an artist, while the soul is the artist~(Sts. Irenaeus, 45 II, 3,6 | and others).~c. that the soul is not unconditionally subject 46 II, 3,6 | Lactantius).~e. that the soul is a power which brings 47 II, 3,6 | Basil the Great).f. that the soul possesses reason, self-awareness, 48 II, 3,6 | of the very nature of the soul, the Fathers and teachers 49 II, 3,6 | and immateriality of the soul, as opposed to the complexity 50 II, 3,6 | in the activities of the~soul, and that these conditions 51 II, 3,6 | weaken and even corrupt the soul — for example, during illness,~ 52 II, 3,6 | different degrees of the soul's manifestation in the body 53 II, 3,6 | the manifestation of the soul may be compared to a sudden 54 II, 3,6 | the spirituality of the soul as distinct from the body, 55 II, 3,6 | corporality or materiality to the soul. By this supposed attribute 56 II, 3,6 | supposed attribute of the soul~they had in mind to distinguish 57 II, 3,6 | spirituality of the human soul, as also the spirituality 58 II, 3,6 | origin of the souls.~How the soul of each individual man originates 59 II, 3,6 | not establish whether the soul is created from the souls 60 II, 3,6 | of God, or whether each~soul is created immediately and 61 II, 3,6 | Syrian, Theodoret), each soul is created separately by~ 62 II, 3,6 | toward the view that each soul is separately~created; this 63 II, 3,6 | Anastasius the Presbyter), both soul and body receive~their beginning 64 II, 3,6 | and mature together; the soul proceeds from the souls 65 II, 3,6 | follows that in Adam the soul and body of every man~was 66 II, 3,6 | including others — so also the soul, being inbreathed by God, 67 II, 3,6 | of the pipe, so also the soul, appearing powerless in 68 II, 3,6 | intelligence”~(Homily 7, “On the Soul”). St. Gregory of Nyssa 69 II, 3,6 | are~all one and the same soul, one and the same breathing 70 II, 3,6 | heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind, 71 II, 3,6 | The immortality of the soul.~Faith in the immortality 72 II, 3,6 | in the immortality of the soul is inseparable from religion 73 II, 3,6 | in the immortality~of the soul. In the accounts of Moses 74 II, 3,6 | in the immortality of the~soul. Concerning Enoch, Moses 75 II, 3,6 | but the place where the soul dwells. This~condition of 76 II, 3,6 | dwells. This~condition of the soul after death was expressed 77 II, 3,6 | thou wilt not abandon my soul in hades, nor wilt thou 78 II, 3,6 | to the immortality of the soul as the foundation of pious~ 79 II, 3,6 | of the immortality of the soul is the object~of a more 80 II, 3,6 | a Christian, filling his soul with the joyful hope of 81 II, 3,6 | preached the immortality of the soul, with this distinction only: 82 II, 3,6 | that some acknowledge the soul~as being immortal by nature, 83 II, 3,6 | God. “God wishes that the soul might live” (St. Justin 84 II, 3,6 | St. Justin Martyr); “the soul is immortal by the~grace 85 II, 3,6 | in the immortality of the soul has always been inwardly 86 II, 3,6 | in the immortality of the soul. And, on the contrary, the 87 II, 3,6 | of the immortality of the soul.~One who completely loses 88 II, 3,6 | in the~immortality of the soul or the future life at all. 89 II, 3,6 | active existence of the~soul beyond the grave has grown 90 II, 3,6 | of the immortality~of the soul occupies a fitting central 91 II, 3,6 | of an Orthodox Christian.~Soul and spirit.~The spiritual 92 II, 3,6 | significance: “spirit” and “soul.” The use of the~wordspirit” 93 II, 3,6 | wordspirit” in place of “soul,” or both terms used in 94 II, 3,6 | in your body and in your soul, which are God's” (1 Cor. 95 II, 3,6 | writings of this Apostle where soul and spirit are~mentioned 96 II, 3,6 | indicating~that, besides the soul, there is also a “spirit” 97 II, 3,6 | distinction is made~between soul and spirit. The first passage 98 II, 3,6 | the dividing asunder of soul and spirit, and of the joints 99 II, 3,6 | Your whole spirit and soul and body be preserved blameless 100 II, 3,6 | and independent~from the soul, but only as the inward 101 II, 3,6 | most hidden side of the soul. Here the relation of souland 102 II, 3,6 | as the hidden part of the soul~of a man.~In the second 103 II, 3,6 | of the hidden~part of the soul which is formed through 104 II, 3,6 | spiritual man possesses a soul, but being reborn, he cultivates~ 105 II, 3,6 | of the life of the human soul is~evidently what was meant 106 II, 3,6 | man a spirit as well as a soul. This distinction is found 107 II, 3,6 | has two parts: body and soul (Sts.~Cyril of Jerusalem, 108 II, 3,6 | man: the body, the animal soul, and the~rational soul, 109 II, 3,6 | animal soul, and the~rational soul, which he calls the mind. 110 II, 3,6 | Scripture acknowledges only one soul, not~two, and this is clearly 111 II, 3,6 | the dust and breathed a soul into it, showed in this 112 II, 3,6 | may be seen only in the soul, not in the body. According 113 II, 3,6 | refer only to the immaterial soul — many~Fathers of the Church 114 II, 3,6 | higher qualities of the soul, especially in the soul' 115 II, 3,6 | soul, especially in the soul's immortality,~in its freedom 116 II, 3,6 | God gave immortality of soul to man, even though the 117 II, 3,6 | to man, even though the soul is immortal not~by nature 118 II, 3,6 | Man, having received his soul from the breathing of God, 119 II, 3,6 | and capabilities of the soul are~an expression of the 120 II, 3,6 | in the~very nature of the soul, and the likeness in the 121 II, 3,6 | strive towards Him with his soul, to acknowledge Him as his 122 II, 3,6 | to the attraction of his soul, and not by compulsion. 123 II, 5,3 | immaculateness of the human soul was defiled through the 124 II, 5,3 | are deeply hidden in the soul and are not completely conscious.~ 125 II, 5,3 | created immortal in his soul, and he~could have remained 126 II, 5,3 | Thou wilt not abandon my soul in hades, nor wilt Thou 127 II, 5,3 | effect of disease on the soul. God subjected~man to physical 128 II, 5,3 | man himself departed in soul from God and became unreceptive 129 II, 6,2 | father’s house and opened his soul for the father’s love. Thus 130 II, 6,2 | the human race also. “My soul thirsteth after Thee like 131 II, 6,3 | also lived the life of the soul as a man. He~strengthened 132 II, 6,3 | was taken under guard:~“My soul is exceeding sorrowful, 133 II, 6,3 | describe~the state of His soul to His disciples.~The rational, 134 II, 6,3 | that Christ had a human soul and body, but that~His spirit ( 135 II, 6,3 | higher side of the human soul.~In the 5th century there 136 II, 6,3 | very man, of a reasonable soul and (human) body, one in 137 II, 6,4 | height of Her chosenness:~“My soul doth magnify the Lord... 138 II, 6,5 | necessarily requires purity of soul, a garment~of “holiness, 139 II, 6,6 | take upon Himself a human soul and~body, and become the 140 II, 6,7 | also, the human body and soul did~not pass over into the 141 II, 6,8 | the death of the body. The soul preserves its existence 142 II, 6,8 | Cross, descended in His soul and in His Divinity into 143 II, 8,1 | preservation, and~activity in the soul of the Divine gifts.~Concerning 144 II, 8,1 | your own power, and if your~soul agrees with such a thought, 145 II, 8,1 | battle which arises in the soul must be undertaken by the 146 II, 8,1 | must be undertaken by the soul until~our last breath. The 147 II, 8,1 | until~our last breath. The soul must, together with the 148 II, 8,1 | cleaning of the~field of the soul from stones, overgrown weeds, 149 II, 8,2 | aspect communicates to~the soul of a believer the invisible 150 II, 8,3 | subjective side — the state of soul of the person being baptized — 151 II, 8,3 | away the~defilement of the soul, but in itself is the beginning 152 II, 8,4 | the entrances into your soul; by the seal of the anointing 153 II, 8,5 | being, that is, with His soul and with His very~Divinity, 154 II, 8,5 | His being, that is,~in His soul and Divinity, as perfect 155 II, 8,5 | 6:56).~It nourishes our soul and body and aids our strengthening, 156 II, 8,6 | are treated, impurities of soul~are removed, and a Christian, 157 II, 8,6 | sincere~revelation of one’s soul and the manifestation of 158 II, 8,6 | inclinations; and this condition of soul~is united with a petition 159 II, 8,6 | might also enter the opened soul a grace-giving healing~which 160 II, 8,6 | which does not allow the soul again to become immersed 161 II, 8,9 | which heals infirmities of soul and body is called down 162 II, 8,9 | has grown weak in body and soul is not always capable of 163 II, 8,9 | healing of infirmities~of soul and body; but this rite 164 II, 8,9 | for the Departure~of the Soul (when death seems close). 165 II, 9,1 | giving of good things of soul and body, both~heavenly 166 II, 9,1 | conversation with~one's own soul — as, for example, often 167 II, 9,4 | and~mutual influence of soul and body. “What! Know ye 168 II, 9,4 | glorify God not only with his soul and in his body, but everything~ 169 II, 9,5 | Psalmist: “Bless the Lord, O my soul, and all that is within 170 II, 9,5 | the capabilities of the soul. And truly, the capability~ 171 II, 9,7 | with one’s whole heart, soul, mind, and understanding; 172 II, 0,2 | only the separation~of the soul from the body. The truth 173 II, 0,2 | immortality of the human soul is one of the fundamental~ 174 II, 0,2 | decrease~(departure) of the soul” (“I will endeavor that 175 II, 0,2 | called the deliverance of the soul from~prison (2 Cor. 5:1- 176 II, 0,2 | 13:36).~The state of the soul after death, according to 177 II, 0,2 | Thou fool, thisnight thy soul shall be required of thee” ( 178 II, 0,2 | depicted the path of the soul after its separation from 179 II, 0,2 | on the Departure of the Soul,” which is usually printed 180 II, 0,2 | after the~separation of her soul from the body and during 181 II, 0,2 | during the ascent of the soul into the heavenly mansions.~ 182 II, 0,2 | mansions.~The path of the soul after its departure from 183 II, 0,2 | the tollhouses,~see The Soul After Death, St. Herman 184 II, 0,2 | Concerning the state of the soul after the Particular Judgment, 185 II, 0,2 | General Resurrection,~when the soul is reunited with the body 186 Add, 0,3| experience of the Christian soul immediately~after death, 187 Add, 0,3| progress, the ascent of the soul towards heaven. We deeply 188 Add, 0,3| that so-calledpeace of soul” which is present in Western 189 Add, 0,3| convenient~disposition of soul for occupying oneself with 190 Add, 0,3| precisely there, where “peace of soulends, that there is opened 191 Add, 0,3| carelessness are unnatural to the soul; by being passive and careless 192 Add, 0,3| constant vigilance of the soul and, more than this, warfare.~ 193 Add, 0,4| death when the Christian soul must account for its moral 194 Add, 0,4| will forcibly lead out your soul,~bound by sins. Occupy yourself 195 Add, 0,4| dreadful confusion of the soul tormented by its conscience, 196 Add, 0,4| collectors! For this reason, the soul, flying away~from the body, 197 Add, 0,4| shame; seeing an immaculate soul, they were ashamed; seeing 198 Add, 0,4| immediate judgment upon the~soul after its departure from 199 Add, 0,4| on the Departure of the Soul,” which sums up the~images 200 Add, 0,4| memory, might awaken a man's soul. “Behold the Bridegroom 201 Add, 0,4| analyze his own state of soul. In the~instructions of 202 Add, 0,4| general~express the state of soul of a given man, and in special 203 Add, 0,4| Thou fool, this night thy soul shall~be required of thee” ( 204 Add, 0,4| confirmed by the Word of God the soul immediately after its separation~ 205 Add, 0,4| 1 Peter 4:8).~For the soul there is no death. Life 206 Add, 0,4| state we will be in when our soul is separated from the body, 207 Add, 0,4| salvation.”~“When my humble soul shall be loosed from my 208 Add, 0,4| right hand of my wretched soul, bright and~quiet, thou 209 App, 4 | of a~personal Wisdom, the soul of the world, in the sophiological 210 App, 4 | distinct from God Himself, a soul of the~world or idea of 211 App, 4 | itself if it itself is the soul of the created~world. Therefore, 212 App, 5,1| remission of sins, that “his soul be numbered among the righteous,” 213 App, 5,5| praying for the repose of the soul of this hierarch and hoping~


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