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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
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    Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, A,1| the contemporary~world, we see that the errors which war 2 Intro, A,4| at the coming of Christ (see~Matt.16:18), there was in 3 Intro, A,4| and non-canonical books, see for example~the Slavonic 4 Intro, A,4| David). For their text, see the~Eerdmans Seven Ecumenical 5 Intro, A,5| Canons of the Holy Apostles; (See above~note on the Canons 6 Intro, A,5| the churches. In them we see the confession of the Most 7 Intro, A,5| valuable because from it we see how the whole order of~Church 8 Intro, A,6| Gregory's “Canonical Epistle,” see the~Eerdmans Seven Ecumenical 9 Intro, A,8| and St. Mark of Ephesus, see the article “The Place of 10 Intro, C,1| offense” (1~Peter 2:7-8; see Matt. 21:44).~ 11 I, 1,5 | no man hath seen, nor can see,” instructs the Apostle 12 I, 1,5 | Apostle Paul says, “For now we see through a glass, darkly; 13 I, 1,5 | in heart: for they shall see God”~(Matt. 5:8).~The powerlessness 14 I, 1,7 | in the imperfect world we~see free and rational personal 15 I, 1,12 | unformed Thine eyes did see” (Psalm 138:16). The knowledge 16 I, 1,12 | violated by the fact that we see~what he does. The foreknowledge 17 I, 1,17 | sufficient to behold and see the heights of heaven” ( 18 I, 2,1 | so that we might know and see with our own eyes that God 19 I, 2,2 | Augustine says of this: “Do you see that~Abraham meets Three 20 I, 2,2 | the Fathers of the Church see an indirect reference to 21 I, 2,4 | belittling the Holy Spirit (see the testimonies of Justin 22 I, 2,4 | others~have done before, to see if the first might be analogous 23 I, 2,9 | the Lord Jesus Christ. We see the universality of~this 24 I, 2,10 | go to My Father, and ye see Me no more; of judgment, 25 II, 3,2 | York, 1950, p. 350).~“We see, indeed, that our ordinary 26 II, 3,5 | first days in Paradise; we see a reflection~of this fact 27 II, 3,5 | Eph. 1:20-21). Do~you see that there are some names 28 II, 3,6 | thou suffer Thy holy one to see corruption”~(Ps. 15:9-10; 29 II, 3,6 | corruption”~(Ps. 15:9-10; see also Psalm 48:16).~The Lord 30 II, 3,6 | not difficult, however, to see that in~the first passage 31 II, 3,6 | question in various~ways: some see it (the image) in reason, 32 II, 3,6 | reply that there is. They see the image of God in the~ 33 II, 4,1 | injustices of life, when we see virtuous men suffer while 34 II, 4,1 | fact, we ourselves often see that the~best teachers and 35 II, 4,1 | God and God Himself, as we see at the present time — the 36 II, 4,2 | should be vouchsafed to see God.”~Man came from the 37 II, 4,2 | Theophilus of Antioch; see in Bishop Sylvester,~An 38 II, 5,2 | of Sacred Scripture, we see that the~devil is one of 39 II, 5,3 | Adam's replies to God we see from the beginning his desire 40 II, 5,3 | after the inward man: but I see another law in my members, 41 II, 5,3 | yet in my flesh shall I see God” (Job~19:25-26). “Therefore 42 II, 5,3 | Thou suffer Thy Holy One~to see corruption” (Ps. 15:9-10).~ 43 II, 5,3 | significance. We ourselves~can see the educational effect of 44 II, 5,3 | of Heaven.~One must not see the essence of sinincluding 45 II, 6,2 | comeliness; and when we shall see Him, there is no beauty 46 II, 6,2 | vigilant among pious Jews. We see this in the Gospels. This 47 II, 6,2 | declared that he would not see~death until he had beheld 48 II, 6,2 | concerning the Messiah: “I shall see Him, but not now; I~shall 49 II, 6,2 | longing,~and desire to see the promised Redeemer, Reconciler, 50 II, 6,3 | to two~groups: In one, we see the denial or lessening 51 II, 6,3 | Christ; in the other we see~a denial or lessening of 52 II, 6,4 | by an earlier marriage. See Archbishop John Maximovitch, 53 II, 6,4 | the Immaculate Conception, see~Archbishop John, The Orthodox 54 II, 6,4 | has not seen and does not see any grounds for the establishment 55 II, 6,4 | John.~On the one hand, we see that God did not deprive 56 II, 6,5 | Tone 3).~However, as we see from the writings of the 57 II, 6,5 | without which no man shall see the Lord” (Heb. 12:14).~ 58 II, 6,6 | as the vineyard of God (see Isaiah 5:7, 61:3). The image 59 II, 6,6 | reconciliation”), as we see in the text we have cited 60 II, 6,6 | be like Him; for we shall see Him as~He is” (1 John 3: 61 II, 6,6 | But if we hope for~that we see not, then do we with patience 62 II, 6,6 | of Adam.” It is easy to see that the~foundation of such 63 II, 7,6 | of the Apostle James we see that 1) presbyters perform~ 64 II, 8,1 | Homilies to the Catechumens we see that the~“prayers of exorcism,” 65 II, 8,1 | time of need” (Heb. 4:16; see also Heb. Ch.~10-14).~The 66 II, 8,1 | things is blind, and cannot see afar off, and hath forgotten 67 II, 8,1 | and 127; for English text see Eerdmans Seven Ecumenical 68 II, 8,3 | born from above, he cannot see the~Kingdom of Heaven.” 69 II, 8,3 | Christian Church~From it we see what responsibility the 70 II, 8,3 | reception of other gifts.~As we see from the above-cited statements 71 II, 8,4 | accounts in the book of Acts we see that in certain cases the 72 II, 8,4 | special spiritual gifts (see Ex. 28:41; 1 Kings [1 Sam.] 73 II, 8,5 | you? What and if ye shall see the Son of Man ascending 74 II, 8,5 | the Cup of Life; taste and see that the Lord is good” — 75 II, 8,5 | moment, although our eyes see bread and wine on~the Holy 76 II, 8,5 | Divine Table~we should not see simply the bread and the 77 II, 8,6 | and its commentaries). See the Eerdmans Seven Ecumenical 78 II, 8,6 | often the sinner himself can see in his fate a Divine punishment~ 79 II, 8,6 | above-mentionedtreasury” (See the Catholic Encyclopedia 80 II, 8,7 | together these two passages, we see that Timothy was ordained 81 II, 8,7 | no value whatsoever. We see from the teaching and~practice 82 II, 8,8 | those of other religions~(See Canon 14 of the Council 83 II, 8,9 | bishop,~since one should not see in the words of the Apostle, “ 84 II, 9,2 | desired of Him. And if any man see his brother sin a sin~which 85 II, 9,2 | lifetime is beneficial. We see an~example of this in a 86 II, 9,3 | earth, the~righteous can see and hear and know much that 87 II, 9,3 | Apostle writes: “Now we see~through a glass, darkly, 88 II, 9,3 | before God in heaven. This we see from the ancient Liturgies.~ 89 II, 9,5 | 10). He who is unable to see the difference~between sacred 90 II, 9,5 | treatises on the icons.~See his On the Divine Images, 91 II, 9,6 | most abundant grace! You see many~who have been healed 92 II, 0,2 | understanding of the tollhouses,~see The Soul After Death, St. 93 Add, 0,3 | without which no man shall see the Lord (Heb. 12:14).~Thus, 94 Add, 0,4 | of the toll-houses, as we see in St. Cyril of Alexandria' 95 Add, 0,4 | depicting heavenly things.” (See~Macarius, Metropolitan of 96 Add, 0,4 | now nor after our death: I see thee with my spiritual gaze, 97 Add, 0,5 | likewise ye, when~ye shall see all these things, know that 98 Add, 0,5 | the Lord and Antichrist.” (See, in the Eerdmans translation 99 Add, 0,6 | His glory: “And they~shall see the Son of Man coming in 100 Add, 0,7 | Protestant sects; and finally, we see attempts in certain modernist 101 Add, 0,7 | It is not difficult to see the error of the chiliastic 102 Add, 0,7 | chiliasm was Blessed Augustine; see his discussion of this in 103 Add, 0,7 | strong man” in Mark 3:27 (see also John 12:31, the words 104 Add, 0,7 | satan? We will behold and see this then. But until then 105 Add, 0,7 | satanism. What did satan not see after his fall! How~much 106 Add, 0,7 | vouchsafed like the~angels, to “see God” (Matt. 5:8), to behold 107 Add, 0,7 | and place, and no one will see~the degrees that are higher 108 App, 1 | Spirit, still we do not see in the history of the Church, 109 App, 1 | definitions.In the 1880's we see a different approach to 110 App, 1 | the spiritual world. We see, in the Apostle's words, “ 111 App, 1 | of the Church. (One may see an approximate analogy of~ 112 App, 2 | answer to these speculations. See Father~Alexey Young, A Man 113 App, 4 | the creation of the world (see the Wisdom of~Solomon 9: 114 App, 4 | expressions it is natural to see personifications (a literary~ 115 App, 4 | called the Hypostatic Love (see St.~Symeon the New Theologian, 116 App, 5,2 | Constantinople who occupied~that see between AD 315 (St. Metrophanes) 117 App, 5,2 | patriarchs~occupied their see. In all probability, the 118 App, 5,5 | Wonderworker~on May 19.”~We see from these extracts that 119 App, 5,5 | revered departed if it did not see incontestable and firm proof 120 App, 5,6 | signsexist, the Church does not see the will of God in their


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