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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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    Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, A,1| testifying that this is the~true grace of God wherein ye stand,” 2 I, 1,4 | into it: this water is the~grace of God. “Faith is the key 3 I, 1,5 | to the One Who gave~this grace? Therefore, let you also 4 I, 2,1 | for we are His children by grace.~With us is God the Son, 5 I, 2,1 | creation — by His power and grace — is the Holy Spirit, Who 6 I, 2,3 | Corinthians 13:14: “The grace of the Lord Jesus Christ, 7 I, 2,10 | Spirit” (Matt. 28:19).~“The grace of the Lord Jesus Christ, 8 II, 3,5 | those who have received grace might be as many as possible ( 9 II, 3,5 | Theologian in the Apocalypse: “Grace be unto you, and peace from 10 II, 3,6 | that it is immortal by the grace~of God. “God wishes that 11 II, 3,6 | soul is immortal by the~grace of God Who makes it immortal” ( 12 II, 3,6 | which is formed through the grace of the Holy Spirit in a 13 II, 3,6 | in himself the seeds of grace; he grows and brings forth 14 II, 4,2 | without His Providence.~The grace of God dwelt constantly 15 II, 4,2 | man towards the good. The grace of God cooperates and strengthens 16 II, 4,2 | with the help of Divine grace, as well as having the power 17 II, 5,3 | completely annihilated, unless grace~comes to his aid.~Out of 18 II, 5,3 | supernatural~gift of God's grace, after which man remained 19 II, 5,3 | supernatural gifts of~God's grace; and (d) the removal of 20 II, 5,3 | and (d) the removal of grace drew after itself the submission 21 II, 5,3 | became unreceptive to the~grace of God which was opened 22 II, 5,3 | mankind of His mercy, help, grace, and especially His~chosen 23 II, 5,3 | from~above, not without the grace of God. The book of Acts 24 II, 5,3 | David that he “found favor (grace) before God, and desired 25 II, 6,1 | praise of the glory of His grace, wherein He hath made us 26 II, 6,1 | according to the riches of His grace, wherein He hath abounded 27 II, 6,3 | of the Father), full of grace and truth” (John~1:14, 1: 28 II, 6,4 | of a supernatural gift of grace. But here there arosea theological 29 II, 6,4 | deprived of the gifts of grace, then how is one to understand~ 30 II, 6,4 | Rejoice, thou that art full of grace, the~Lord is with Thee. 31 II, 6,4 | women . . . Thou hast found grace with God?” One~could only 32 II, 6,4 | law of~the “deprivation of grace” and of the guilt of the 33 II, 6,4 | a supernatural gift, a grace of~sanctity, even before 34 II, 6,4 | herself and the abundance of~grace that was poured out upon 35 II, 6,4 | upon her. “Thou hast found grace with God,” the Archangel 36 II, 6,5 | accomplished~by the activity of the grace of Christ in the Holy Spirit. 37 II, 6,6 | that being justified by His grace, we might be made heirs 38 II, 7,2 | homeland.~As to how, by the grace of God, spiritual rebirth 39 II, 7,5 | statement) do not deny the grace of the Mysteries of the 40 II, 7,5 | and with special gifts of grace . martyrs,~virgins, ascetics, 41 II, 7,5 | under the activity of the grace which is~present in the 42 II, 7,5 | Church, and especially the grace which is given in the Mysteries 43 II, 7,6 | with special gifts of the grace of the Holy Spirit. The 44 II, 7,6 | services and the giving of grace.~At the Council of Neo-Caesarea 45 II, 8,1 | entrance into the~Kingdom of grace, the birth into a new life “ 46 II, 8,1 | are signified by the wordgrace.” Those who enter the Church 47 II, 8,1 | entered into the Kingdom of grace, and they are invited to “ 48 II, 8,1 | boldly unto the throne of grace,~that we may obtain mercy, 49 II, 8,1 | may obtain mercy, and find grace to help in time of need” ( 50 II, 8,1 | Ch.~10-14).~The Divine grace.~The word “grace” is used 51 II, 8,1 | Divine grace.~The wordgrace” is used in Sacred Scripture 52 II, 8,1 | God is the God of all grace” (1 Pet~5:10). In this, 53 II, 8,1 | this, its broadest meaning, grace is God’s goodwill to men 54 II, 8,1 | meaning, the concept of grace refers to the New Testament. 55 II, 8,1 | this concept. First, by the grace of~God, the grace of Christ, 56 II, 8,1 | by the grace of~God, the grace of Christ, is to be understood 57 II, 8,1 | Ascension into heaven: “For by grace are ye saved through faith; 58 II, 8,1 | Eph 2:8-9). Secondly,~grace is the name applied to the 59 II, 8,1 | Testament meaning of the word, grace is a power sent down from 60 II, 8,1 | the Greek word charis, “grace,” as identical~in meaning 61 II, 8,1 | dynamis, “power.” The termgrace” in the sense of “power”~ 62 II, 8,1 | The Lord said unto me, My~grace is sufficient for thee; 63 II, 8,1 | two meanings of the wordgrace,” and the predominant understanding~ 64 II, 8,1 | become established about grace only inits general significance 65 II, 8,1 | accordance with the general grace of redemption,~is in this 66 II, 8,1 | access by faith into this grace wherein~we stand” (Rom. 67 II, 8,1 | How, then, does the saving grace of God act?~Both the spiritual 68 II, 8,1 | principles. One of these is the grace of the Holy Spirit; the 69 II, 8,1 | everything is given you by the grace of God. “Except the Lord 70 II, 8,1 | Whosoever should say that the grace of God, by which a man is 71 II, 8,1 | him be anathema. For the grace of Christ gives not only 72 II, 8,1 | infirmity, so that the saving grace of God might act. Very~expressive 73 II, 8,1 | agrees with such a thought, grace departs from it. The struggle 74 II, 8,1 | and men: “Not I, but the grace of God which is with me.”~ 75 II, 8,1 | all have confessed this grace of the Holy Spirit, and 76 II, 8,1 | the conviction that the grace of God, given for faith, 77 II, 8,1 | the aim of receiving the grace of God, first of all through 78 II, 8,1 | moistened from above by the grace of God.~The providence of 79 II, 8,1 | The providence of God and grace.~From what has been set 80 II, 8,1 | of~God’s Providence and grace. Providence is what we call 81 II, 8,1 | mankind and of each man;~while grace is the power of the Holy 82 II, 8,2 | spiritual vessels~by which the grace of the Holy Spirit is scooped 83 II, 8,2 | a believer the invisible grace of God.”~The name of “mystery” 84 II, 8,2 | Chrismation he receives grace~which gives growth and strengthens. 85 II, 8,2 | Priesthood he receives the grace spiritually to regenerate~ 86 II, 8,2 | In Matrimony he receives~grace which sanctifies marriage 87 II, 8,2 | appointed for the giving of grace to individual believers, 88 II, 8,2 | which unfailingly~act by grace upon those who come to them,” 89 II, 8,2 | justification, but condemnation. Grace does not interfere with 90 II, 8,2 | are not open to re-ceive grace, or else they have not preserved 91 II, 8,2 | only are deprived of the grace of God already given to 92 II, 8,2 | action of the invisible grace of God, received in~baptism 93 II, 8,3 | leading into the Kingdom of grace, or the Church, and it grants 94 II, 8,5 | not by an abundance of grace, as in the other Mysteries, 95 II, 8,6 | The invisible effects of grace in the Mystery of Repentance, 96 II, 8,6 | a sin be forgiven by the grace of the Holy Spirit, when 97 II, 8,6 | forth against this very grace? But one must believe that, 98 II, 8,7 | one: it is a ministry of grace. Here we find the shepherding 99 II, 8,7 | the invocation of God’s grace which blesses~this labor, 100 II, 8,7 | bears by succession the grace of the priesthood, accompanied 101 II, 8,7 | aim, and an act of Divine grace.~In the same book of the 102 II, 8,7 | communicates to them the active grace~of God which is indispensable 103 II, 8,7 | evidently of the gift of grace received through their ordination. 104 II, 8,7 | Eerdmans, p. 598). Thus the grace given in the~cheirotonia 105 II, 8,7 | and ineffaceable as the~grace given in Baptism. However, 106 II, 8,7 | in Baptism. However, the grace of cheirotonia is special 107 II, 8,7 | special and distinct from the grace~which is given in Baptism 108 II, 8,7 | upon this person the Divine~grace which sanctifies and ordains 109 II, 8,7 | the following: “The Divine grace which always healeth that 110 II, 8,7 | us pray for him, that the grace of the All-Holy Spirit may 111 II, 8,9 | is anointed with oil, the~grace of God which heals infirmities 112 II, 8,9 | Testament times oil signified grace, joy, a softening, a bringing 113 II, 9,4 | and in the bestowing of grace in the~Holy Mysteries.~However, 114 II, 9,6 | the earth a most abundant grace! You see many~who have been 115 II, 9,6 | invaluable treasure of the grace which dwelt in the~martyr, 116 Add, 0,7 | beginning of the kingdom of grace of the Church of Christ,~ 117 Add, 0,7 | Christ and purified by the grace of God in the Church will 118 Add, 0,7 | experienced the life of grace in the Church can well~understand 119 Add, 0,7 | to an end the Kingdom of Grace, the existence of the Church 120 Add, 0,7 | looking on the surpassing grace of another and upon~his 121 Add, 0,7 | everyone according to the grace~proper to him in his measure 122 Add, 0,7 | and with the help of Thy grace “we should live soberly~ 123 App, 3 | deification only as a receiving~of grace. St. John Damascene writes: “ 124 App, 4 | in wisdom~and stature and grace” (Luke 2:25); “But wisdom 125 App, 5,2 | the saints, because of the Grace of the divine priesthood.~ 126 App, 5,2 | closeness to God and the Grace of~the Holy Spirit which 127 App, 5,5 | says: “The memory of His Grace~Tikhon, Bishop of Voronezh ... 128 App, 5,5 | have been glorified by the~Grace of God through the fragrance 129 App, 5,5 | saints glorified by the Grace of God.”~As is well known,


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