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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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1 Intro, A,1| petition in the priestly prayers (the Prayers at Lamplighting. 2 Intro, A,1| the priestly prayers (the Prayers at Lamplighting. The “Prayers 3 Intro, A,1| Prayers at Lamplighting. The “Prayers at Lamplighting” are the 4 Intro, A,1| Lamplighting” are the silent~prayers read by the priest before 5 Intro, A,5| Baptism, and in other ancient prayers;~• in the ancient Acts of 6 I, 1,17 | good things. Thus, in~the prayers before Communion we read: “ 7 I, 2,1 | Tri-hypostatical~Unity. In most cases, prayers addressed to one person 8 II, 3,6 | Divine services and separate~prayers, all support and animate 9 II, 5,3 | corruption is in me” (Evening Prayers).~The common faith of the 10 II, 7,3 | the Church. In our daily prayers also~we read, “O Jesus, 11 II, 7,3 | Prayer of St. Antioch in the Prayers Before~Sleep of the Orthodox 12 II, 7,4 | Services”).~The Church in its prayers to the apostles and hierarchs 13 II, 7,5 | visible hierarchy; it performs~prayers and sacred actions visibly; 14 II, 7,5 | Against the Arians).~In the prayers of the Church are contained 15 II, 7,5 | We cannot say that their prayers are totally fruitless if 16 II, 8,1 | Catechumens we see that the~“prayers of exorcism,” signifying 17 II, 8,1 | fasting, performing vigils, prayers, and the~rest, he thinks 18 II, 8,2 | the remaining rites and prayers of the Divine services.~ 19 II, 8,2 | services.~In the Mysteries, prayers are joined with blessings 20 II, 8,5 | saints, adding: “by their~prayers visit us, O God;” and then 21 II, 8,6 | which is set for everyone; prayers of repentance together with 22 II, 8,8 | Church, although in the prayers for those being married 23 II, 8,9 | presbyters of the Church, prayers, anointment; and he joins 24 II, 8,9 | Chrysostom, who have left prayers for the healing of the infirm 25 II, 8,9 | the hands, accompanied by prayers and by the reading~of specific 26 II, 8,9 | Holy Communion, and the Prayers for the Departure~of the 27 II, 9,1 | breathing of the Church. Prayers are the threads of the~living 28 II, 9,1 | the angels over us and our prayers to them.The power of prayer 29 II, 9,1 | trust that through your prayers I shall~be given unto you” ( 30 II, 9,1 | together with me in your~prayers to God for me” (Rom. 15: 31 II, 9,1 | incense, “which are the prayers of saints” (Rev. 5:8); that 32 II, 9,1 | that is they raised up the prayers of the~saints on earth to 33 II, 9,2 | Prayers for the dead.~“Pray one 34 II, 9,2 | are not even vouchsafed prayers, as follows from the above-mentioned 35 II, 9,2 | should pray for it,” for such prayers would be without purpose.~ 36 II, 9,2 | the gates of hell~by the prayers of the Church and by power 37 II, 9,2 | deliverance of all. These fervent prayers help the~seeds of new life 38 II, 9,2 | develop under the influence~of prayers and with the mercy of God, 39 II, 9,2 | Similarly, powerless would be prayers for the dead~who have died 40 II, 9,2 | prayer for~us. And if our prayers are powerless to he1p them, 41 II, 9,3 | 14:3). When this happens, prayers for the forgiveness of the 42 II, 9,3 | the raising up by them of prayers~for the Church on earth 43 II, 9,3 | and by~Her pure and holy prayers spare and have mercy on 44 II, 9,3 | martyrs, so that by their prayers and intercession God might 45 II, 9,3 | records, mentioning the prayers and intercession for us 46 II, 0,2 | and even taken away by the~prayers of the Church (Epistle of 47 Add, 0,4 | why, in our daily personal prayers, we beg~God not to allow 48 Add, 0,4 | evil one” (from the Morning Prayers), that is, that we be not 49 Add, 0,4 | general, in our private prayers and also in public~Divine 50 Add, 0,4 | with the Heavenly Church. Prayers are the threads of the living 51 Add, 0,4 | incense, “which are the prayers~of saints” (Rev. 5:8); that 52 Add, 0,4 | our protection. Our very prayers are the prayers of saints,~ 53 Add, 0,4 | Our very prayers are the prayers of saints,~written down 54 Add, 0,4 | to us. Such are our daily prayers; such also is the whole 55 Add, 0,4 | must have faith, and our prayers must be fervent and sincere. 56 App, 5,1 | Lord and the power of their prayers, even after~death, is so 57 App, 5,1 | towards~requesting their prayers for us.~In witness to the 58 App, 5,1 | blessing for the change~from prayers for the reposed to prayer 59 App, 5,4 | Photius to use it in his cell prayers until~the celebration of 60 App, 5,5 | saints Metrophanes in his prayers to God, and the~placing 61 App, 5,6 | consists of turning from prayers “for the dead” to requests~ 62 App, 5,6 | miracles worked through the prayers or at the tombs of the righteous


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