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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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    Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 I | attribute of the soul. The power of faith. The source of~ 2 I, 1,2 | remained only a world view, its power to move would vanish. Without 3 I, 1,3 | The power of faith.~The Church of 4 I, 1,3 | mouths of lions,~quenched the power of fire, escaped the sharp 5 I, 1,3 | Apostles, a preaching in the~power of the word, in the power 6 I, 1,3 | power of the word, in the power of the Spirit, in the power 7 I, 1,3 | power of the Spirit, in the power of signs and wonders, was 8 I, 1,4 | is a reality not by the power of imagination and not by~ 9 I, 1,4 | the source of all life and power — with God.~In the expression 10 I, 1,5 | are made, even his eternal power and~Godhead” (Romans 1:20); 11 I, 1,5 | invisible in Him, His eternal power and Godhead, is~made visible 12 I, 1,5 | Lord.” That is, having no power to understand the mysticalNames 13 I, 1,6 | unapproachable light, unutterable power, infinite magnitude, resplen-dent 14 I, 1,9 | handLikewise, every other power and every other action of 15 I, 1,11 | not understand the whole power of God's Goodness, this 16 I, 1,15 | merely~sending down some power from Himself, but in all 17 I, 1,16 | Being is life, filled with power and activity.~God in Himself 18 I, 1,16 | only a manifestation~of the power and thought of God. The 19 I, 1,16 | and thought of God. The power and thought of God are eternal 20 I, 1,18 | unbounded, infinite in power,~simple, uncompounded, incorporeal, 21 I, 1,18 | intellectual and inaccessible; power which is not subject~to 22 I, 1,18 | Essence, one Godhead, one power, one will, one operation, 23 I, 2,1 | in all creation — by His power and grace — is the Holy 24 I, 2,1 | the Son of God, being” one Power, one Essence, one Godhead”~( 25 I, 2,1 | wonderworking, life-giving, saving power of the Comforter, the Holy 26 I, 2,4 | dialects in the world, the power of Tradition is the same. 27 I, 2,4 | others also to the best of my power to worship Father,~Son, 28 I, 2,4 | Spirit, the one Godhead and Power” (St. Gregory the Theologian, 29 I, 2,5 | come upon thee, and the power of the~highest shall overshadow 30 I, 2,6 | as an impersonal divine power); but they sharply contrasted~ 31 I, 2,10 | not an impersonal Divine power, but a Person of the Holy 32 I, 2,11 | everywhere and in everything the power, mind, goodness~and mercy 33 I, 2,11 | are made, even His eternal power and Godhead” (Rom.~1:20).~ 34 II, 3,1 | Most-wise, Almighty, and Good power over us, towards Whom the 35 II, 3,5 | Peter, in their might and power they surpass all earthly 36 II, 3,5 | Principality, and Authority, and Power, and Dominion’~(Eph. 1:21). 37 II, 3,5 | every Principality, and Power, and Might, and Dominion, 38 II, 3,5 | from the altar, which had power over fire, and he cried 39 II, 3,6 | e. that the soul is a power which brings all the members 40 II, 3,6 | participation of the creative power of God which is present 41 II, 3,6 | understandable. A man receives the~power of faith from the very Source 42 II, 3,6 | loses~this stream of living power. Then no rational proofs 43 II, 3,6 | will be able to pour the~power of faith into him.~One might 44 II, 3,6 | be Christian — where the power of faith in the active existence 45 II, 3,6 | seen . . . even His eternal power and Godhead” (Rom. 1:20). 46 II, 3,6 | in the multitude of His power surpasses every understanding.” 47 II, 4,1 | being”~(Acts 17:25,28). The power of God keeps the world in 48 II, 4,1 | without participation in His power;~but everything and in everything, 49 II, 4,2 | nature but, rather, in his power of choice — that is to say, 50 II, 4,2 | that is to say, having the power to~persevere and progress 51 II, 4,2 | grace, as well as having the power to turn~from virtue and 52 II, 5,2 | devil is “the prince of the power of the air” (Eph. 2:2), 53 II, 5,3 | mankind to have a supernatural~power and help which might perform 54 II, 5,3 | perdition for mankind. The power which was to give rebirth, 55 II, 5,3 | deprived of~the nature and power which he had received from 56 II, 5,3 | living and active natural power, so that, according to~nature, 57 II, 5,3 | against Pelagius with great power and proof. He cited (a)~ 58 II, 6,3 | has a naturally acquired power of burning, but because 59 II, 6,3 | creative or providential~power, or His sanctity. All the 60 II, 6,5 | in the majesty, breadth, power, and significance~of the 61 II, 6,5 | and “to give help, to give power on this path~of salvation 62 II, 6,6 | evil.~“Hath not the potter power over the clay? . . . What 63 II, 6,6 | His wrath,~and to make His power known, endured with much 64 II, 6,6 | the divine triumph of Thy power” (Sunday Kontakion, Tone 65 II, 6,6 | hymns, which confess the power of the Resurrection of Christ 66 II, 6,6 | the sinful world, from the power of the devil, the liberation 67 II, 6,6 | before His Ascension: “All power is given unto Me in~heaven 68 II, 6,7 | were strengthened by the power~of the Holy Spirit.~The 69 II, 6,7 | when He said to~them, “All power is given unto Me in heaven 70 II, 6,7 | the underworld.~In all its power, the royal might of the 71 II, 6,8 | inescapability of hell, the power of death~also was annihilated 72 II, 6,8 | granted them the grace-given power of the Holy Spirit with 73 II, 6,8 | Holy Spirit, in His Divine power, is given us “all things 74 II, 7,3 | Shepherd (John 10:16). “All~power as given unto Me in heaven 75 II, 7,3 | Him, with Him, and by the power~of Him that we battle, and 76 II, 7,5 | the world they lit by the power of~their personal faith.~ 77 II, 7,5 | Saviour, has an elevating power there among Protestants~ 78 II, 8,1 | one must depart~from the power of the devil and become 79 II, 8,1 | in him with the mystical power of the Holy Spirit, although 80 II, 8,1 | are called “excellency of power” (lit.,~“superabundant power” 81 II, 8,1 | power” (lit.,~“superabundant power2 Cor. 4:7), “Divine power” ( 82 II, 8,1 | power” 2 Cor. 4:7), “Divine power” (2 Pet. 1:3), or “by the 83 II, 8,1 | of the word, grace is a power sent down from on~high, 84 II, 8,1 | sent down from on~high, the power of God which is in the Church 85 II, 8,1 | with the word dynamis, “power.” The termgrace” in the 86 II, 8,1 | grace” in the sense of “power”~given from above for holy 87 II, 8,1 | New Testament as a Divine power, are important~to keep in 88 II, 8,1 | According as~His divine power hath given unto us all things 89 II, 8,1 | call Christians with all power to the~humble acknowledgment 90 II, 8,1 | accomplished~not by the power of your God, but by your 91 II, 8,1 | own wisdom and your own power, and if your~soul agrees 92 II, 8,1 | Providence is what we call God’s power in the world that supports~ 93 II, 8,1 | man;~while grace is the power of the Holy Spirit that 94 II, 8,2 | an authentic~grace-giving power) from the “effectiveness” 95 II, 8,2 | vouchsafed its grace-giving power). The Mysteries are “means 96 II, 8,2 | their renewing and saving~powerdepends upon whether a 97 II, 8,5 | only by His “activity and~power” (“dynamically”) that Jesus 98 II, 8,5 | the bread and wine~by the power of God into the Body and 99 II, 8,6 | Repentance, in their breadth and power, extend~to all the lawless 100 II, 8,6 | have received from God the power to~loose and bind, to consider 101 II, 8,6 | until it is checked by the power of the physician” (Canon 102 II, 9,1 | its activity, and c) its power of overcoming.~Prayer is 103 II, 9,1 | our prayers to them.The power of prayer for others is 104 II, 9,2 | 18); consequently, He has power to open the gates of hell~ 105 II, 9,2 | prayers of the Church and by power of the propitiatory Bloodless 106 II, 9,2 | John 14:13-14), and by the power of His Sacrifice~on the 107 II, 9,6 | relics, we believe not in the power or the might of the remains 108 II, 9,7 | of Christ: The path and power of the Church.~The dogmatic 109 II, 9,7 | same time it is also the power of the Church. Looking with 110 II, 9,7 | are being~saved, it is the power of God” (1 Cor. 1:17-18). 111 II, 9,7 | he is strengthened~by the power of the Cross of Christ for 112 II, 9,7 | Cross, the Church hymns the~power of the Cross: “O invincible 113 II, 9,7 | incomprehensible and divine power of the precious and~life-giving 114 II, 0,2 | called the “prince of the power of the air” (Eph. 6:12, 115 Add, 0,4| sphere, the prince of the power of the air, the prince of 116 Add, 0,4| according to the prince of the power of the air, the~spirit that 117 Add, 0,5| Father hath~put in His own power” (Acts 1:7). The fact that 118 Add, 0,5| godliness, but denying the power thereof” (2 Tim. 3:1-5). 119 Add, 0,5| working of satan with all power and signs and lying wonders, 120 Add, 0,6| the clouds of heaven with power and great glory” (Matt.~ 121 Add, 0,7| the Scriptures, nor the power (that is, the Almightiness) 122 Add, 0,7| second death will have no power.~Chiliastic views were spread 123 Add, 0,7| the exercise of~his whole power to seduce men.” Orthodox 124 Add, 0,7| His saints and~the limited power of the devil is now.~A related 125 Add, 0,7| himself was struck by the power of the Lord’s~Cross! How 126 Add, 0,7| malice are defeated by this power! But still he is~incorrigible, 127 Add, 0,7| rule, and all authority and power. For He must reign,~till 128 Add, 0,7| Lectures).~Death will have no power in the Kingdom of Glory. “ 129 Add, 0,7| according to the purity of his power of seeing and of the impressions 130 App, 1 | possesses all the fullness of power and action. The whole process 131 App, 1 | According as His divine~power hath given unto us all things 132 App, 3 | of view of the glory and power of God and, as~has been 133 App, 4 | crucified ... Christ the power of God, and the wisdom of 134 App, 4 | in order to present~the power and grandeur of the Divine 135 App, 4 | magnificent image~is equal in power to the prophecies of the 136 App, 4 | Canticle 8); and the Hypostatic Power of God (“We preach...~Christ 137 App, 4 | We preach...~Christ the power of God,” 1 Cor. 1:24).~ 138 App, 5,1| glory of the Lord and the power of their prayers, even after~


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