Through the blood He trampled death by His death. He passed-over with those who were in the graves to eternal life. Such is the journey of the Passover that was intended by God. It took various forms throughout the breadth of time, yet each time the Passover did not occur except through the blood.
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The expression churchianity was coined by C. S. Lewis. Isn t it a word that describes the parable of Christ or rather, the event in which the Lord Jesus Christ pronounced his condemnation on the barren fig tree? Had it been barren, leafless, dead, Christ would not have condemned it. He might even have spoken [...]
Here is a selection from the simple and profound words of one of the greatest spiritual writers in the Orthodox tradition. This book should throw fresh light on the spiritual path. The Daily Reading Series presents selections from the spiritual classics in a form suitable for daily reading and meditation. These pocket size books are [...]
Thoughts for Each Day of the Year By St. Theophan the Recluse Saint Theophan the Recluse (1815–1894) was one of the most prolific and beloved spiritual writers of nineteenth-century Russia. His works, which comprise over twenty volumes, include such classics as The Path to Salvation and A Commentary on Psalm 118, as well as many [...]
The Philokalia – a collection of the best writings from Orthodox spiritual masters across many centuries – is a treasure trove of direction for the spiritual life. But it can be overwhelming at first glance. Popular author and podcaster Angela Doll Carlson set herself the mission of reading through The Philokalia in a year and [...]