Αναζήτηση αυτού του ιστολογίου

Δευτέρα, 18 Μαρτίου 2019

Αγιος Εφραίμ:Ιερα Μονή - Σπύρος Σιγούρος


ΑΚΑΘΙΣΤΟΣ ΥΜΝΟΣ ΣΤΟΝ ΛΙΒΑΝΟ


Celebrating Sunday of Orthodoxy in St Irene Orthodox mission and orphanage Kenya 1


Κυριακή της Ορθοδοξίας στον Αγ.Νικόλαο Χαμζάουι - Το κήρυγμα του Μέμφιδος Νικόδημου (17.3.19)


ΕΙΠΕ ΓΕΡΩΝ. Προσευχήσου και μη νομίζεις ότι είσαι δυστυχισμένος άνθρωπος. Ο Κύριος είναι μαζί σου, και ο σταυρός σου δεν είναι ο πιο δύσκολος.


Celebrating Sunday of Orthodoxy in St Irene Orthodox mission and orphanage Kenya


Για πρώτη φορά μετά από 97 χρόνια, εορταστηκε στη Σμύρνη, στην εκκλησία του Αγίου Βουκολου, η Κυριακή της Ορθοδοξιας!


Ιεραποστολή στο Κονγκό - Σοφία Χατζή, συνέντευξη στο NgRadio


Γιατί δεν γονατίζουμε την Κυριακή στην Θεία Λειτουργία!Με τον γέροντα Γαβριήλ Κολιβιάτη


Τι είναι η μάνα!!!Με τον γέροντα γαβριήλ Κοβιλιάτη Ιερόν Κάθισμα Δολών Μάνης


We do not realize how deep and divine the Orthodox Faith is. It is the original and only Christianity; the Orthodox Church is not a human congregation, it's the Body of Christ; the Holy Spirit dwells in her.


ΜΟΝΑΧΟΙ. Ἐμεῖς οἱ Μοναχοί εἴμεθα νεκροί ἄταφοι. (Ἱερομόνάχος Ἀκάκιος Καψαλιώτης) Από το βιβλίο του Κώστα Παπαγεωργίου "ΚΥΠΡΙΑΚΟΝ ΓΕΡΟΝΤΙΚΟΝ"


Becoming Like Christ What does the Lord require of me?


As we examine how we live our lives as Christians, we look to those who leave an impression of goodness, kindness, and humility, as examples of the person we would like to become. That saintly person, by their every example, exudes the humbleness of the Lord, and love seems to be palpable when we are in their presence. Such a person didn't just appear, for these are not the natural traits one finds in most people. Such humility and kindness are developed over time, for this person has sought out the grace of God, and has made, sometimes since childhood, every attempt at giving back the love and goodness they received from the Father of Lights.

Such a person desires, on a daily basis, to become more like Christ. The humility of the Lord becomes their personal standard, for such a person is quick to forgive, quick to grant justice, and desires to be kind to everyone who comes into their presence. This person does not fabricate such sweetness of soul as though he were a politician running for office, for it is the Lord Himself Who dwells in them, and it is Christ in them Who is full of justice, kindness, love, and full of mercy. "He has shown you, O mortal what is good; and what does the LORD require of you? but to do justice, to live kindness, and to walk humbly with your God (Micah 6:8)."

With love in Christ,
Abbot Tryphon



On Silence:

On Silence:

Practicing silence and the act of listening are all but lost arts. It seems that man would much rather fill up his silence with noise and enjoys talking as opposed to listening. Yet St. Gregory Nazianen offers this sage advice on the subject: "Speak when your words are more desirable than silence, but love silence when it is better than words." The intricate relationship between silence and listening, therefore, is perhaps the reason why SILENT and LISTEN are spelled using the same letters.

Fr. John