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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
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1 Intro, A,4| of the Messiah. After the death of Christ on the Cross, 2 Intro, A,8| threats nor persecutions nor death itself. The Patristic~explanations 3 I, 1,3 | Christians went to torture and death with joy. Faith is a rock,~ 4 I, 1,11 | world~for suffering and death (in human flesh) His Only-begotten 5 I, 2,6 | and filled all things~with death, and touched heaven while 6 I, 2,9 | and became~obedient unto death” (Phil. 2:7-8). In keeping 7 I, 2,11 | down to~the world and the death on the cross of the Son 8 II, 3,6 | Cor. 6:20). Even with the death of the body, the bond of 9 II, 3,6 | upon himself suffering and death; having a body which is 10 II, 3,6 | question of the~appearance of death in the world, and thus it 11 II, 3,6 | to God without undergoing death (Gen. 5:24). From the Biblical 12 II, 3,6 | condition of the soul after death was expressed in the Old 13 II, 4,2 | preserved them from physical~death. Death was not a necessity 14 II, 4,2 | them from physical~death. Death was not a necessity for 15 II, 5,1 | the Great, sufferings and death itself “cut off the growth 16 II, 5,2 | through the devil's envy death entered the world” (Wis. 17 II, 5,3 | Through the devil's envy death entered the world” (Wis. 18 II, 5,3 | he subjected himself to death; and spiritual adultery, 19 II, 5,3 | diseases, hard labor, and death. These were the~natural 20 II, 5,3 | in which dissolution and~death are active. Nourishment 21 II, 5,3 | John 5:14).~With sin, death entered into the human race. 22 II, 5,3 | says, “God did not make death” (Wis. 1:13). Man's body, 23 II, 5,3 | entered~into the world, and death by sin, and so death passed 24 II, 5,3 | and death by sin, and so death passed upon all men, for 25 II, 5,3 | 5:12). The Apostle calls death the “wages”; that is, the 26 II, 5,3 | sin: “The~wages of sin is death” (Rom. 6:23).~Misfortunes 27 II, 5,3 | 6:23).~Misfortunes and death as chastisements of God.~ 28 II, 5,3 | Incarnation of the Lord”).~Of death, this same Holy Father says, “ 29 II, 5,3 | same Holy Father says, “By death the Giver of the Law stopped 30 II, 5,3 | the~commandment, joined death to the transgression of 31 II, 5,3 | serve for salvation. For~death dissolves this animal nature 32 II, 5,3 | not illness and physical~death, but the loss of Paradise. 33 II, 5,3 | eternal, mankind beheld death, and behind it hell, darkness, 34 II, 5,3 | beyond the~grave: “For in death there is none that is mindful 35 II, 5,3 | subjected~man to physical death so as not to hand him over 36 II, 5,3 | over to final spiritual death — that is, so that~the sinful 37 II, 5,3 | bridle of suffering and death does not uproot the very 38 II, 5,3 | entered~into the world, and death by sin; and so death passed 39 II, 5,3 | and death by sin; and so death passed upon all men, for 40 II, 5,3 | contagion of the ancient~death through his very birth, 41 II, 5,3 | Adam. Moreover, disease and death are characteristic~of this 42 II, 5,3 | falling deeper into sin and death. From this comes a particular~ 43 II, 5,3 | of~fallen mankind after death, remaining in the darkness 44 II, 5,3 | towards sin, together with the death and corruption that are 45 II, 5,3 | is that man has received death and corruption through Adam ( 46 II, 5,3 | all~sinned and have found death” (Archimandrite Chrysostomos, 47 II, 5,3 | Romans 5:12 as: “And so death passed upon all men, for 48 II, 6,2 | his sons just~before his death, uttered an even more definite 49 II, 6,2 | before Christ, until His death and the cessation of the 50 II, 6,2 | declared that he would not see~death until he had beheld Christ 51 II, 6,3 | tears for example, at the death of Lazarus. The Gospels 52 II, 6,3 | exceeding sorrowful, even unto death” (Matt. 26:38) — thus did 53 II, 6,3 | Cross, at the moment~of death, at the Resurrection and 54 II, 6,4 | subject to the law of~bodily death. Therefore, if the Mother 55 II, 6,4 | theologians,~she accepted death voluntarily so as to emulate 56 II, 6,4 | to emulate her Son; but death had no dominion over her.~ 57 II, 6,5 | His innocent sacrificial death, with prayer for His crucifiers. 58 II, 6,5 | beyond description: for~today death and hell are despoiled, 59 II, 6,5 | have peace with God “by the death~of His Son;” we have been “ 60 II, 6,6 | been given over to eternal death,~to eternal torments, according 61 II, 6,6 | all this, in His voluntary death on the Cross, there is a 62 II, 6,6 | reconciled to God by the death of His Son” (Rom. 5:10); “ 63 II, 6,6 | by the Cross, or by the death, or by the righteousness 64 II, 6,6 | world here indicated, the death~of Christ and His subsequent 65 II, 6,6 | significance which comes from the death of~Christ accomplished upon 66 II, 6,6 | Saviour when He accepted death on the Cross: the Saviour 67 II, 6,6 | for Christ’s life and His death~on the Cross.~The term “ 68 II, 6,7 | the order of Aaron, since death did not allow~there to be 69 II, 6,7 | earthly ministry until His~death on the Cross, and in His 70 II, 6,7 | c) in His authority over death, manifested in the~resurrection 71 II, 6,7 | Resurrection and victory~over death; and finally, in the Ascension 72 II, 6,8 | Holy Spirit. Just~as by the death of Christ on the Cross our 73 II, 6,8 | the victory over hell and death;~b) the blessedness of the 74 II, 6,8 | The victory over hell and death.~Human existence after the 75 II, 6,8 | life; and b)~the life after death.~Earthly life ends with 76 II, 6,8 | Earthly life ends with the death of the body. The soul preserves 77 II, 6,8 | its existence after bodily~death also, but its condition 78 II, 6,8 | but its condition after death, according to the word of 79 II, 6,8 | hell was like spiritual death, as is expressed in the 80 II, 6,8 | to the Hebrews, and after death~they languished in expectation 81 II, 6,8 | deliverance.~Christ, after His death on the Cross, descended 82 II, 6,8 | us to God, being put to death in the flesh, but quickened 83 II, 6,8 | was mocked, it was put to death, it was overthrown, it was~ 84 II, 6,8 | inescapability of hell, the power of death~also was annihilated First 85 II, 6,8 | annihilated First of all, death for righteous men became 86 II, 6,8 | of God; secondly,~bodily death itself became only a temporary 87 II, 6,8 | 15:22-23). After this, death will be utterly~annihilated. “ 88 II, 6,8 | that shall be destroyed is death” (1 Cor. 15:26).~The troparion 89 II, 6,8 | the victory over hell and~death: “Christ is risen from the 90 II, 6,8 | the dead, trampling down death by death, and on those in 91 II, 6,8 | trampling down death by death, and on those in the tombs~ 92 II, 7,1 | by His earthly life, His death on the Cross and His Resurrection, 93 II, 7,3 | to~continue by reason of death. But this one, because He 94 II, 7,4 | the impassable abyss of death: they are close~to us in 95 II, 7,4 | bodily life and physical death; there, those who have~attained, 96 II, 7,4 | the faithful~even after death remain members of it?” ( 97 II, 7,5 | His earthly ministry and death on the Cross;~Christloved 98 II, 7,5 | preaching with a martyr’s death The seeds of Christianity 99 II, 8,1 | by His earthly life, His death on the Cross, His Resurrection,~ 100 II, 8,3 | with Him by Baptism into death,~that like as Christ was 101 II, 8,5 | cup, ye do show the Lord’s death till He come.~Wherefore 102 II, 8,5 | the dead, dieth no more; death hath no more dominion over 103 II, 8,5 | shedding of blood, without death, although it is performed 104 II, 8,5 | remembrance~of the sufferings and death of the Divine Lamb.~The 105 II, 8,6 | it speaks of the~sin unto death, for the forgiveness of 106 II, 8,6 | deadly sins: “The sin unto death is when certain ones, after 107 II, 8,6 | sorrow of the world worketh death” (2 Cor. 7:10). That is,~ 108 II, 8,8 | second marriage after the~death of a husband or wife, or 109 II, 8,9 | infirmity and delivereth from~death: Heal also Thy servant ( 110 II, 8,9 | preparation for our Lord’s death and burial, all~present 111 II, 8,9 | persons who were already near death, as a form of preparation 112 II, 8,9 | form of preparation for death,~which is why this Mystery 113 II, 8,9 | given, as a preparation for death, Holy~Communion of the Body 114 II, 8,9 | Departure~of the Soul (when death seems close). If the sick 115 II, 9,2 | ones continue to live after death, only in a different form 116 II, 9,2 | does~not cease. “Neither death nor life... shall be able 117 II, 9,2 | a sin~which is not unto death, he shall ask and He shall 118 II, 9,2 | for them that sin not unto death.~There is a sin unto death; 119 II, 9,2 | death.~There is a sin unto death; I do not say that he shall 120 II, 9,2 | who have sinned not unto death can be given both in the~ 121 II, 9,2 | the~present life and after death is naturally to be concluded 122 II, 9,2 | the keys of hell and of death” (Rev. 1:18); consequently, 123 II, 9,2 | been subjected after his death.~But the prayer of love 124 II, 9,3 | person by miracles after his death when he is remembered in 125 II, 9,3 | which has occurred after his death; he knows of Moses and~the 126 II, 9,3 | witnesses of the~martyric death of St. Ignatius the God-Bearer ( 127 II, 9,5 | special reverence could cause death (2 Kings [2 Sam.] 6:7 — 128 II, 9,6 | through receiving a martyr's death, are worthy of special veneration~ 129 II, 9,6 | special glorification after~death, there were signs from the 130 II, 9,6 | describing the martyr's death of St. Ignatius the~God-Bearer, 131 II, 9,6 | person who witnessed this death states that “of what remained~ 132 II, 9,6 | Likewise, after the martyr's death of St. Polycarp, Bishop 133 II, 9,6 | holy life or the martyric~death of the saint, and all the 134 II, 9,6 | were~incorrupt long after death (whether by some natural 135 II, 9,7 | their life with a martyr’s death.~All believers are called 136 II, 9,7 | persecutions and the martyr’s death of her best servants — what 137 II, 9,7 | awareness that after the Lord’s death on the Cross there followed 138 II, 0,2 | The fate of man after death.~Death is the common lot 139 II, 0,2 | fate of man after death.~Death is the common lot of men. 140 II, 0,2 | Testament Sacred Scripture death is called “the decrease~( 141 II, 0,2 | state of the soul after death, according to the clear 142 II, 0,2 | Lazarus,~Luke 16:19-31). After death man is subjected to a judgment 143 II, 0,2 | reward a man “on~the day of death according to his conduct,” 144 II, 0,2 | follows immediately~after the death of a man, and evidently 145 II, 0,2 | judgment occurs after a~man’s death. We can judge of this only 146 II, 0,2 | the~fate of a man after death is taken both by good and 147 II, 0,2 | tollhouses,~see The Soul After Death, St. Herman Brotherhood, 148 II, 0,2 | Last judgment, when~both death and hell will be cast into 149 Add, 0,3 | Christian soul immediately~after death, as these experiences are 150 Add, 0,4 | into a different life after death.~In the times of the Apostles 151 Add, 0,4 | judgmentwhich awaits us after death. These homilies were intended 152 Add, 0,4 | follows immediately after death the “toll-houses.” The tables 153 Add, 0,4 | that short period after death when the Christian soul 154 Add, 0,4 | breath, and the hour of death, the sentence of God drawing 155 Add, 0,4 | in the fate of man (after death) finds confirmation~in the 156 Add, 0,4 | Lazarus immediately after death was brought by angels to 157 Add, 0,4 | For the soul there is no death. Life in Christ is a world 158 Add, 0,4 | from us now nor after our death: I see thee with my spiritual 159 Add, 0,5 | and endure their earthly~death only during the reign of 160 Add, 0,6 | and became obedient unto death, even the death of the Cross” ( 161 Add, 0,6 | obedient unto death, even the death of the Cross” (Phil. 2:8). 162 Add, 0,7 | This is the~second death” (Apoc. 20:15, 14). Upon 163 Add, 0,7 | resurrection,~however, the second death will have no power.~Chiliastic 164 Add, 0,7 | of faith in life after death, in the blessedness~of the 165 Add, 0,7 | lake of fire.~The “second death” is the judgment of sinners 166 Add, 0,7 | the Theologian the “second death” (Apoc. 20:14).~An attempt 167 Add, 0,7 | that shall be destroyed is death... And~when all things shall 168 Add, 0,7 | Catechetical~Lectures).~Death will have no power in the 169 Add, 0,7 | that shall be destroyed~is death... Then shall be brought 170 Add, 0,7 | saving that is written, Death is swallowed up in victory”~( 171 App, 1 | the Incarnation and the death on the Cross~of the Son 172 App, 5,1 | pray for him. If, after death, he is not deprived of the 173 App, 5,1 | their prayers, even after~death, is so strong and unquestioned 174 App, 5,2 | particular martyr. A martyr's death itself testified to the 175 App, 5,2 | of~the saints after his death and to his veneration; on 176 App, 5,3 | martyrs who were put to~death for their exceptional zeal 177 App, 5,3 | before thee, that after death he hath been glorified by 178 App, 5,4 | majority of cases, or~after death. In the ancient Church, 179 App, 5,4 | virtue; and thus, after death, ceased not to do good unto 180 App, 5,6 | founded on the facts of a death by martyrdom, or upon a 181 App, 5,6 | fifty~years from the date of death for “beatification,” a process 182 App, 5,6 | this life, and after his~death declareth this to His people


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