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December 1, 2015

Holy Tradition: Divine, Apostolic, and Patriarchal

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Tradition is, basically, the spiritual teaching we have inherited from the Holy Apostles and Church Fathers. Tradition is divine, apostolic or patriarchal. Divine tradition is that teaching given by Jesus Christ directly and by word of mouth to the Holy Apostles. It was not recorded in a book until later through the inspiration and guidance of the Holy Spirit. [1. Patriarch Ephrem Barsoum I, Alhak Alkanoni, chps. 22 & 23. Art. 112-120.] It includes the …

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July 17, 2015

Communal and Individual Worship

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During these difficult days, we are increasingly called upon to worship as a community in unity of Spirit, in one voice. What is communal worship, and how does it differ from individual worship? What is the Biblical basis for communal worship in the body of the the Church? The Differences Between Communal and Individual Worship In prayer, for example, there is individual prayer; you pray in your room to your Father who sees in secret. …

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Tagged: Church, Ecclesiology, Fasting, Prayer
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July 3, 2015

The Body and its Parts

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As the “body of Christ”, the Church is strength to each of its members, and as sons and daughters of the Lord, we all belong to this One “Body”. People often ask why God does not bless them, or why they do not feel His grace in their lives. The answer is always the same, because there is no communication. God is perfect and remains constant, and thus the difference must be in us. When …

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Tagged: Ecclesiology, agape, community, fellowship
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