Category: Youth And Faith

I Know My Redeemer Lives and I Will See God

I Know My Redeemer Lives and I Will See God Verse for the day: Job 19: 255, 26 For I know that my Redeemer lives, and at last he will stand upon the earth; and after my skin has been thus destroyed, then from my flesh I shall see God… Reflection: The book of Job starts, “There was a man

“In Silence Our Hearts Become Attentive To The Voice Of God”

“In Silence Our Hearts Become Attentive To The Voice Of God” “Be still and know that I am God!” is the first part of Psalm 46:10. The command to “be still” comes from the stem of the verb (רפה) rapha (meaning to be weak, to let go, to release), which might better be translated as, “cause yourselves to let go” or

Parumala Seminary and Parumala Thirumeni

Parumala Seminary and Parumala Thirumeni Parumala Seminary 1877-95 Pulikkottil Mar Dionysius observed two conflicting situations facing him which weakened the Church as well as affected its future. One was that Mathews Mar Athanasius had strong support in the parishes south of Kottayam and that he encouraged the reform movement there. Secondly, the Old Seminary was

Orthodox Church Administration – A view

Orthodox Church Administration – A view The form of Orthodox Church Government is neither authoritarian (monarchial) nor majority-rule (purely democratic). It believes in sharing of authority, keeping in view the special roles of the Clergy and the Laity – the mind of the community. An exposition of this concept is given by Fr. Dr. K.C. Joseph

Pesaha of the New Testament Tradition

Pesaha of the New Testament Tradition Pesaha is one of the most important feasts of the Jewish religion. The word Pesaha literally means ‘exodus’. Church historians are of the opinion that Pesaha must be the combination of two feasts, which existed before the time of Moses. One was linked with the experiences of the time when

Great Lent: ‘Restore Me To The Paradise From Which I Departed’

Great Lent: ‘Restore Me To The Paradise From Which I Departed’ The center of the liturgical year in the Orthodox Church is Kymtho, the celebration of Christ’s Resurrection.  It is extolled in the services as the Feast of feasts and Triumph of triumphs. Justifiably so, for as the Apostle Paul declares, if Christ be not risen, then is our preaching vain,

Apocryphal Books

Apocryphal Books Definition The Apocrypha and the Churches The Roman Catholic Church The Syrian Orthodox Church The Protestant Churches and Apocrypha The term’ Apocrypha’ The Church Fathers and Apocrypha The books in Apocrypha The predominant thoughts in Apocrypha Conclusion a. Definition The word comes from its counterpart in Greek which means ‘hidden’

Presentation Of Our Lord In The Temple

Presentation Of Our Lord In The Temple Today we celebrate a multi-layered Festival. It is multi-layered because it is both a festival of the Church and an astronomical calendar date marking the half way point between winter solstice and vernal equinox: spring is on the way! It commemorates a scriptural event which combines the Presentation of the

Fast Of Nineveh

Fast Of Nineveh In the first qolo of Thursday evening prayer, we sing: The Ninevites trembled at the voice of Jonah, the son of Mattai, and took refuge in penitence by watching, fasting and prayer; and by tears and groans the sentence of judgment pronounced by Jonah concerning the destruction of Nineveh was

The Twelve

The Twelve Christians have often been called as “ordinary people with extraordinary claims”. And in many ways this appellation is true! The word of God says “But Jesus looked at them and said to them “with men this is impossible, but with God all things are possible”. Mt. 19:26, (Lk 1:37, Jer
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