Dear Reader, I shared a story recently about how Christ can sometimes communicate to us through many ways, and in normal life these things stand out and change the way we are living, or remind us of something we must do or say. This is my example. About two months ago I was struggling to … Continue reading When Christ speaks.
Dear Reader, I was recently asked by a fellow Orthodox Brother for notes on the great "I Am" contained in Exodus 3:14. So I compiled this into one place so it is easier to read. All notes are taken from the Orthodox Study Bible. Exodus 3:14 says: 'Then God said to Moses, "I AM the … Continue reading On ‘I AM the Existing One’ (Exodus 3:14).
Dear Reader, Today (6th January) is the Feast of the Theophany, and thus the official end of the Christmas season, and Nativity Cycle (25th December/6th January. On this Feast Day we celebrate the appearance of God through the Baptism of Jesus Christ, the Son of God by Saint John the Forerunner/Baptist in the River Jordan. … Continue reading End of the Nativity Cycle: Theophany.
Dear Reader, We should pray for those of our Nation who are enlisted, would serve our Nation no matter the cost, and those who are called to war, especially those wars which seem to us pointless and for evil ends. Not so we win the war, but so that our soldiers are protected, and guided … Continue reading How we should pray for soldiers.
Dear Reader, Happy New Year everyone! Today is eight days after the Nativity, and is thus the Circumcision and naming of our Lord. 'On the eighth day, when it was time to circumcise the child, he was named Jesus, the name the angel had given him before he was conceived.' (Luke 2:21) 'Additionally, he received … Continue reading Happy New year: The Circumcision and Naming of our Lord.