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praises 2
praiseworthy 1
praising 2
pray 32
prayed 8
prayer 116
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Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Orthodox dogmatic theology

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pray

   Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 I, 1,18 | which art in heaven,” we pray in the words of the Lord' 2 I, 2,2 | sight,~pass not away, I pray Thee, from Thy servant.” 3 I, 2,7 | from the Father.” Also, we pray: “O Lord, who didst send 4 I, 2,7 | Good One, but~renew us who pray to Thee” (troparion of the 5 II, 6,6 | reconciliation . . . We pray you in Christ’s stead, be 6 II, 6,7 | through the truth. Neither pray I for these alone, but for 7 II, 7,6 | the Church, and let them pray over him, anointing him 8 II, 8,6 | is not commanded even to pray (1 John 5:16). Finally,~ 9 II, 8,6 | who entered the church to pray for them. b) The “hearers10 II, 8,7 | priest). Wherefore, let us pray for him, that the grace 11 II, 8,9 | the Church, and let~them pray over him, anointing him 12 II, 9,1 | commandment of~ceaseless prayer: “Pray without ceasing” (1 Thess. 13 II, 9,1 | that men~ought always to pray, and not to faint” (Luke 14 II, 9,1 | members of the Church not only pray for each other, but also, 15 II, 9,1 | of~Christian love, they pray also for those who are departed ( 16 II, 9,1 | heavenly~members likewise pray for those on earth, as well 17 II, 9,1 | heaven with the entreaty to~pray for us and for our brethren. 18 II, 9,1 | often entreats Christians to pray for him:” I trust that through 19 II, 9,1 | Philemon, v. 22). “Brethren, pray for us, that the word of 20 II, 9,1 | Apostle James instructs: "Pray one for another, that~ye 21 II, 9,2 | Prayers for the dead.~“Pray one for another” (James 22 II, 9,2 | do not say that he shall pray for it” (1 John 5:14-16).~ 23 II, 9,2 | do not say that he should pray for it,” for such prayers 24 II, 9,2 | habitations~— that is, might pray for them (Luke 16:9).~Of 25 II, 9,3 | to the Lord. “Brethren, pray for us,” the~holy Apostle 26 II, 9,3 | petitions to him that he might pray for us, for the remission 27 Add, 0,4| has been commanded us: “Pray for one another.”~We live 28 Add, 0,4| our helpers,~those who pray for us. The Most Pure Mother 29 Add, 0,4| earthly life. Those who pray can~feel this, and thus 30 Add, 0,4| Therefore, every day we pray to our angels for the present 31 Add, 0,5| Take ye heed, watch and pray, for ye know not when the 32 App, 5,1| likewise, for~those who pray for him. If, after death,


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