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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
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1 Intro, A,1| the Reader.) in the first~Divine Service of the daily cycle, 2 Intro, A,1| history of the Christian Divine services, the Church~has 3 Intro, A,4| John Damascene, is the “Divine Paradise” (Exact Exposition 4 Intro, A,5| organization, the canons, the Divine Services and rites are rooted 5 Intro, A,6| which is sung at every Divine Liturgy of the Orthodox 6 Intro, A,6| other places in the daily Divine services.) and they forbade 7 Intro, A,9| The truths of faith in the Divine services.~The Catholic consciousness 8 Intro, A,9| expressed in the Orthodox Divine Services which have been 9 Intro, A,9| into the content of the Divine service books we make ourselves~ 10 Intro, A,9| composers and~compilers of the Divine services were often great 11 Intro, A,9| content of the Orthodox Divine services is the culminating 12 Intro, C,1| dwelling of one's thought in Divine truths, a directing of the 13 Intro, C,2| theology isfounded upon Divine Revelation. They must not 14 I, 1,5 | world is the kingdom of the~Divine thought” (St. John of Kronstadt).~ 15 I, 1,5 | true God” (1 John 5:20).~Divine Revelation is given to us 16 I, 1,5 | given us in the light of Divine Revelation, we~must follow 17 I, 1,5 | theologian and worthy of the Divine, keep the laws;~by means 18 I, 1,5 | the laws;~by means of the Divine laws go towards the high 19 I, 1,5 | the heights from whence Divine Truths are contemplated. ( 20 I, 1,5 | expressed by the Church, in the Divine~Services: “At a loss for 21 I, 1,5 | fullness of the content of~the Divine Life, and 2) that the very 22 I, 1,5 | very Names of God in the Divine ScriptureJehovah, Elohim,~ 23 I, 1,7 | and in the texts of the Divine~services, there is a preponderance 24 I, 1,8 | God may be derived~from Divine revelation? Answer: That 25 I, 1,9 | beloved, what~is said by the Divine Scripture, and let us not 26 I, 1,9 | Since we find that in the Divine Scripture much is said symbolically 27 I, 1,9 | think or speak about the Divine, lofty and immaterial actions 28 I, 1,10 | precise meaning belongs to the Divine Essence, which is why it~ 29 I, 1,13 | How can one harmonize the Divine Love with God's justice, 30 I, 1,16 | any kind of change in the Divine life or any kind of process; 31 I, 1,16 | Hypostasis, in the oneness of the Divine Hypostasis, human~nature 32 I, 1,16 | nature, but preserved~Its Divine Nature unchanged.~The unchangeability 33 I, 1,18 | another being loses his divine dignity.~The whole of the 34 I, 2,1 | the Church Fathers~and the Divine services, the Trinity is 35 I, 2,1 | love is directed within the Divine~Life also. The dogma of 36 I, 2,1 | Him, Who for the sake of Divine love has manifested~Himself 37 I, 2,1 | pre-eternal existence, the Three Divine Persons were manifested 38 I, 2,4 | expressions which~are used in the Divine services. Thus, St. Basil 39 I, 2,4 | the Holy Spirit, as three Divine Persons, and has accused~ 40 I, 2,5 | personal attributes of the Divine Persons.~The Personal or 41 I, 2,5 | the inner mystery of the Divine life. Arbitrary conceptions 42 I, 2,5 | Essence~of God can only be Divine and eternal; therefore the 43 I, 2,6 | Holy Fathers and in the Divine service texts the Son of 44 I, 2,6 | With the help of this Divine name, the Holy Fathers make 45 I, 2,6 | world, or as an impersonal divine power); but they sharply 46 I, 2,7 | Council”).~In the Orthodox Divine services also, we often 47 I, 2,9 | from the Father's, is not Divine.~This heretical teaching 48 I, 2,9 | belittlementForeseeing Thy divine self-emptying upon the cross, 49 I, 2,9 | speaks similarly of the other Divine attributes of the Lord Jesus 50 I, 2,10 | heretics tried to lessen the Divine dignity of~the Son of God, 51 I, 2,10 | Spirit is not an impersonal Divine power, but a Person of the 52 I, 2,10 | Oneness in Essence and equal Divine dignity with the First and 53 I, 2,10 | Savior Himself expressed the Divine dignity~of the Holy Spirit: “ 54 II, 3,4 | and higher form of life. Divine~Revelation teaches that 55 II, 3,4 | what then occupied the Divine thought before the Almighty,~ 56 II, 3,5 | their immortality is not a divine immortality; that is,~something 57 II, 3,6 | a cave, but still it is divine and inextinguishable …~The 58 II, 3,6 | teaching that the soul is “divine” in the full sense of the 59 II, 3,6 | not mean that the soul is~divine in essence. “He breathed 60 II, 3,6 | he gave something of His Divine substance.~After all, man' 61 II, 3,6 | generally, the nature of the Divine and the nature of the earthly 62 II, 3,6 | are~not identical. In the Divine nature, both existence itself 63 II, 3,6 | typicon, the content of the Divine services and separate~prayers, 64 II, 3,6 | calls the mind. But the Divine Scripture acknowledges only 65 II, 4,2 | in good with the help of Divine grace, as well as having 66 II, 5,2 | angelic world? From this same Divine Revelation we~can conclude 67 II, 5,3 | cited (a)~testimonies from Divine Revelation concerning original 68 II, 5,3 | ceased to listen to the divine voice addressed to him,~ 69 II, 5,3 | guilt, which so clouds the divine potential~in man that the 70 II, 6,3 | offering~it to us at the Divine Liturgy on the day of holy 71 II, 6,3 | strivings in~submission to the Divine will in Himself. A strikingly 72 II, 6,3 | only~the “bearer” of the Divine principle, and therefore 73 II, 6,3 | and two different persons, Divine and human,~which touched 74 II, 6,3 | mind”) was not human but Divine, and that this comprised 75 II, 6,3 | comprised the Saviour’s Divine~nature, which abandoned 76 II, 6,3 | had lessened the Saviour’s Divine nature. The Monophysites 77 II, 6,3 | principle,~the human by the Divine, and therefore they acknowledged 78 II, 6,3 | Monothelites acknowledged only one Divine will in Christ. But,~as 79 II, 6,3 | of the human will to~the Divine will: “Not thy will, but 80 II, 6,3 | Jesus Christ in two~Natures, Divine and Human, and with two 81 II, 6,3 | and with two wills, the Divine will and the human will, 82 II, 6,3 | Unconfusedly and immutably.” The Divine and Human Natures in Christ 83 II, 6,3 | rather as subject to His Divine and omnipotent will” (from 84 II, 6,3 | Godhead, was enriched by Divine powers without losing anything 85 II, 6,3 | became a participant of the Divine dignity but not of the Divine 86 II, 6,3 | Divine dignity but not of the Divine nature. The flesh,~being 87 II, 6,3 | was not changed into the Divine will and~was not destroyed, 88 II, 6,3 | completely subjected it to the~Divine will, which in Him is one 89 II, 6,3 | His own Divinity~nor the Divine prerogatives belonging to 90 II, 6,3 | and when the fleshwas made Divine it certainly did not change 91 II, 6,3 | flesh was enriched with the Divine operations but in no way 92 II, 6,3 | operation does the flesh do Divine works, but by the Word~united 93 II, 6,3 | only-begotten God the Word…” The Divine Hypostasis is inseparable 94 II, 6,3 | belonging to Christ as God, and~Divine attributes are indicated 95 II, 6,3 | Hypostasis of Christ as a Divine Hypostasis is explained 96 II, 6,4 | of His Incarnation — the Divine Hypostasis.~A. The Ever-Virginity 97 II, 6,4 | the conversation of the Divine Mother~with the twelve year-old 98 II, 6,4 | she was entrusted by her Divine Son to His disciple John; 99 II, 6,6 | unceasingly sing of~the divine triumph of Thy power” (Sunday 100 II, 6,6 | Church in the language of~the Divine Services, “slaves (servants) 101 II, 6,7 | Theodoret, “Brief Exposition of Divine Dogmas”).~The law of the 102 II, 6,7 | Divinity, participated~in Divine qualities and was enriched 103 II, 6,7 | did~not pass over into the Divine nature, but were only united 104 II, 6,8 | the Holy Spirit, in His Divine power, is given us “all 105 II, 7,2 | develops in the spheres of Divine services and~the canons; 106 II, 7,4 | Church and the Orthodox Divine Services”).~The Church in 107 II, 7,4 | shine upon the faithful, O divine Martyrs, warriors of Christ” ( 108 II, 7,5 | faith, in the oneness of Divine services and Mysteries, 109 II, 7,6 | always citing the idea of the Divine institution of the hierarchy. 110 II, 7,6 | as it is now, with the Divine~services and the giving 111 II, 8,1 | superabundant power2 Cor. 4:7), “Divine power” (2 Pet. 1:3), or “ 112 II, 8,1 | also Heb. Ch.~10-14).~The Divine grace.~The wordgrace” 113 II, 8,1 | of the New Testament as a Divine power, are important~to 114 II, 8,1 | activity in the soul of the Divine gifts.~Concerning this cooperation 115 II, 8,1 | says: “According as~His divine power hath given unto us 116 II, 8,2 | rites and prayers of the Divine services.~In the Mysteries, 117 II, 8,3 | It was pleasing to our divine instructors to allow infants 118 II, 8,3 | would instruct him well in divine subjects and then take care 119 II, 8,3 | beginning and source of the Divine gifts which cleanse~and 120 II, 8,4 | instructions from their Divine Teacher. The~Apostle Paul 121 II, 8,5 | Council confessed: “At the Divine Table~we should not see 122 II, 8,5 | offer a single inseparable Divine worship, both~according 123 II, 8,5 | sufferings and death of the Divine Lamb.~The significance of 124 II, 8,6 | Chrysostom, having in mind the Divine institution of the authority 125 II, 8,6 | be~present at the public Divine services and, stretching 126 II, 8,6 | himself can see in his fate a Divine punishment~for sins); b) 127 II, 8,7 | Bloodless~Sacrifice in the Divine Liturgy. And if in every 128 II, 8,7 | people who are present at the Divine service. It is called~likewise 129 II, 8,7 | this aim, and an act of Divine grace.~In the same book 130 II, 8,7 | down upon this person the Divine~grace which sanctifies and 131 II, 8,7 | cheirotonia~is the following: “The Divine grace which always healeth 132 II, 8,7 | included in the rite of the Divine Liturgy. Distinct~from the 133 II, 8,8 | preserving the dogmas, the Divine services, and~other foundations 134 II, 8,8 | and honor.”~Marriage as a divine Institution.~That marriage 135 II, 8,9 | by a single priest.~The divine institution of the mystery.~ 136 II, 8,9 | the Apostle James, has a Divine institution.~In ancient 137 II, 9,2 | according to the word of the Divine Apostle.”~ 138 II, 9,4 | of various objects in the Divine~services, and all the outward 139 II, 9,4 | outward actions of the public Divine services of Orthodox Christians.~ 140 II, 9,4 | 4:23-24). The Christian Divine services are incomparably 141 II, 9,4 | the Lord Jesus Christ. The Divine services of the New Testament 142 II, 9,4 | by the Orthodox Christian~Divine services, taken in their 143 II, 9,5 | which pertains alone to the Divine nature; but to these . . . 144 II, 9,5 | the icons.~See his On the Divine Images, tr. by David Anderson, 145 II, 9,6 | upon which is performed the Divine Liturgy.~This very natural 146 II, 9,6 | is accepted as one of the Divine signs of their sanctity ( 147 II, 9,7 | of~Man, according to the Divine words of the Lord Himself ( 148 II, 9,7 | and incomprehensible and divine power of the precious and~ 149 II, 0,1 | age to come. Amen.~In the Divine economy there is a plan 150 II, 0,2 | with additions from the Divine services). A pictorial depiction 151 Add, 0,4 | prayers and also in public~Divine Worship, we never lose sight 152 Add, 0,4 | whole cycle~of the Church's Divine services of every day, of 153 Add, 0,4 | Typicon of the Church's Divine service, we are given a 154 Add, 0,7 | become “partakers of~the Divine Nature” (2 Peter 1:4), will 155 App, 1 | teaching and the scope of Divine Revelation are unchanging. 156 App, 1 | that to our spiritual gaze Divine revelation has revealed 157 App, 1 | The knowledge of God,~of Divine life and Divine Providence, 158 App, 1 | God,~of Divine life and Divine Providence, is given to 159 App, 1 | writes: “According as His divine~power hath given unto us 160 App, 2 | preparatory stage in paganism for Divine Revelation. Apart from this, 161 App, 2 | faith on the foundation of Divine~Revelation and not on rational, 162 App, 2 | source of theologizing is Divine Revelation, which is contained 163 App, 2 | above” is the sphere of Divine~Revelation.~In this point 164 App, 2 | thinker;~“be faithful to Divine Truth,” whispers to him 165 App, 3 | natural science, so also the Divine Principle~is gradually revealed 166 App, 3 | gradual manifestation~of the Divine Principle in the world — 167 App, 3 | upon imagination.~4. In the Divine life there is introduced 168 App, 3 | the boundary between the~Divine and the created world; this 169 App, 3 | called Sophia.~5. In the Divine life there is introduced 170 App, 3 | of the Truth).~6. In the Divine life there is introduced 171 App, 3 | Adam united in himself the Divine and human nature, in~a way 172 App, 3 | man, who as a being both divine and earthly iscommensurable 173 App, 4 | power and grandeur of the Divine wisdom. Here also he makes 174 App, 4 | speaks of the grandeur of the Divine plans which, according to 175 App, 4 | contains in Himself all the Divine attributes~in the same fullness 176 App, 5,2 | which were read aloud at the divine services, and every year, 177 App, 5,2 | because of the Grace of the divine priesthood.~In the Greek 178 App, 5,3 | before God to render unto divine men the honor that befitteth 179 App, 5,3 | in accordance with the divine fathers~that were before 180 App, 5,4 | began with a special, solemn divine service in the~church at 181 App, 5,4 | revered are included in the~divine service books. It is true


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