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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
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   Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, A,5| shall find out also?' Sick people also ask for wine, but if 2 I, 1,14 | tolerates evil and evil people in the world, this is not 3 I, 1,18 | polytheism”~in the Hebrew people in certain Biblical expressions, 4 I, 1,18 | expresses only the chosen~Hebrew people as the “inheritor of the 5 I, 2,4 | again there was a fear~lest people should get an idea of composition 6 I, 2,9 | drew after it very~many people. In 325 the First Ecumenical 7 II, 3,1 | creation —~to instill in his people, and through them in the 8 II, 3,6 | opposite ways in which these people~go: some, seizing on the 9 II, 3,6 | and he was gathered to his~people,” it is illogical to understand 10 II, 3,6 | the same land with their people, since each of these Old 11 II, 4,2 | us the life of the first people. God~placed Adam and Eve 12 II, 4,2 | splendid place that the first people must have been involuntarily~ 13 II, 4,2 | original condition of the first people was one of spiritual childhood 14 II, 4,2 | this purity of the first people~as meaning that from the 15 II, 4,2 | which lay before the first people, our first ancestors.~“God 16 II, 5,1 | of moral evil spread from people to the~animal world and 17 II, 5,2 | the tempter of the first people in the third chapter of 18 II, 5,2 | to make a census of the~people, it was because “satan stood 19 II, 5,2 | areconstantly attracting people to evil. Satan dared to 20 II, 5,2 | fall into sin of~the first people, as is related in the third 21 II, 5,3 | and especially His~chosen people; and from this people there 22 II, 5,3 | chosen people; and from this people there came forth great righteous 23 II, 5,3 | Peccato Originale, and a few people~imagine that merely to use 24 II, 6,2 | and then the whole Hebrew people. In His~care for His chosen 25 II, 6,2 | His~care for His chosen people, God led them out of slavery, 26 II, 6,2 | choosiness of the Hebrew people was confirmed by the Lord 27 II, 6,2 | the words of Moses to his people: “Thy Lord thy God will~ 28 II, 6,2 | the~transgression of my people was He stricken... And He 29 II, 6,2 | gave support to the chosen people, especially~during the difficult 30 II, 6,2 | Secondly,~they prepared the people so that they would be able 31 II, 6,2 | Another testimony to it is the people’s~attitude at the time of 32 II, 6,2 | contact with the chosen people by means of mutual visits,~ 33 II, 6,2 | scholars, writers, and educated people in general~made use of it; 34 II, 6,2 | that apart from the chosen people there were other people~ 35 II, 6,2 | people there were other people~also who had preserved faith 36 II, 6,2 | readiness of many of the best people in the pagan world for the 37 II, 6,6 | David, the~chosen Hebrew people, as the representative of 38 II, 6,6 | Forerunner~warn and accuse the people before the coming of the 39 II, 6,6 | was present in the Jewish people. Mankind tried to erase 40 II, 6,6 | to the understanding of people even of the lowest rank 41 II, 6,6 | three forms of ransoming people, namely (according~to Greek 42 II, 6,6 | reconciliation for the sins of the people. For in~that He Himself 43 II, 6,7 | all men, and not for one people alone, as was the Old~Testament 44 II, 6,8 | nations,~and kindreds, and people,” standing before the Throne 45 II, 6,8 | the righteous and pious people of the Old Testament, those 46 II, 7,4 | Olympic games, and~the whole people rejoices and receives him 47 II, 7,4 | with them as with living~people; and you will believe in 48 II, 7,5 | it is not known among the people, it is not~united in one 49 II, 7,5 | consider great numbers of people to be a sign of the Church,~ 50 II, 7,5 | the Father) and they weigh people. They place a~high value 51 II, 7,5 | been~and there always are people of the highest spiritual 52 II, 7,5 | only of righteous and holy people without sin does not~agree 53 II, 7,5 | bishops and uninstructed people.”~The sanctity of the Church 54 II, 7,5 | any place, nor~time, nor people, but contains true believers 55 II, 7,5 | It embraces in itself all people who believe in the Orthodox~ 56 II, 7,5 | is foreordained to bring people to faith “unto the end of~ 57 II, 7,5 | any definite language or people.~The Apostolic Church.~The 58 II, 7,5 | because it consists~of people and has visible forms of 59 II, 7,6 | deacon there were chosen people~“filled with the Holy Spirit 60 II, 7,6 | Bishop is, there should the people~also be, just as also where 61 II, 8,2 | West, especially since few people around them are familiar 62 II, 8,2 | mysteries;”~but Orthodox people often prefer to use the 63 II, 8,2 | him irresistibly. Often people, making use of the Mysteries~ 64 II, 8,2 | it happens that baptized people not only do not fulfill 65 II, 8,4 | of the holy Faith, when people began to turn to Christ 66 II, 8,4 | for the sending down upon people of~special spiritual gifts ( 67 II, 8,5 | from the offerings of~the people, who, without any doubt, 68 II, 8,7 | for oneself,~but also for people. Here we find the guidance 69 II, 8,7 | on behalf of the whole people, offer the Bloodless~Sacrifice 70 II, 8,7 | congregation of clergy and people who are present at the Divine 71 II, 8,7 | elected~and appointed by the people, but do not receive any 72 II, 8,9 | except that if there are many people (and seven priests), the 73 II, 9,2 | 16:26). And indeed, such people usually do not leave behind 74 II, 9,2 | leave behind them on earth people who mightpray sincerely 75 II, 9,3 | knows the life of the Hebrew people which has occurred after 76 II, 9,5 | the first need~was that people be drawn away from pagan 77 II, 9,7 | and in particular of the people who are assigned to serve 78 Add, 0,4 | tempters who surround us:~in people, and in the invisible dark 79 Add, 0,4 | be filled with~masses of people, when the general inspiration 80 Add, 0,7 | gehenna . . . Many foolish people desire only to be delivered 81 Add, 0,7 | that the demons and impious people would suffer in hell only 82 App, 1 | in the~awareness of the people of the Church and in the 83 App, 4 | God-inspired teachers~of the Jewish people. These teachers inspire 84 App, 4 | These teachers inspire the people to be guided by reason, 85 App, 5,1 | confined to a narrow~circle of people, but which is known throughout 86 App, 5,2 | served the Church, as well~as people acclaimed for their personal 87 App, 5,3 | celebrate,~and whereas many people are desirous of such a service — 88 App, 5,3 | witness to true sanctity in people: 1) irreproachable Orthodoxy, 89 App, 5,3 | radiant festival for all the people on the day of his repose, 90 App, 5,4 | company of a multitude of people, they bore the relics with~ 91 App, 5,4 | did a vast~multitude of people afflicted with diverse ailments 92 App, 5,5 | among the Russian Orthodox~people who have streamed to the 93 App, 5,5 | still remembered by certain people, in the last decades before 94 App, 5,6 | expression~of the voice of the people of the Church, to whom the 95 App, 5,6 | death declareth this to His people through many miracles, then


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