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Great Lent: Our Journey To Meet Our Heavenly Bridegroom

by St. John Chrysostom

When the fast makes its appearance, like a kind of spiritual summer, let us as soldiers burnish our weapons, and as harvesters sharpen our sickles, and as sailors order our thoughts against the waves of extravagant desires, and as travelers set out on the journey towards heaven, and as wrestlers prepare for the contest. For the believer is at once a harvester and a sailor and a soldier, a wrestler and a traveler.

The Infallibility of the Holy Bible

By H.G. Bishop Moussa The holy bible can never be destroyed for many reasons, among which are the following: 1. The Testimony of The Unity Of The Bible. More than 40 writers contributed to The Bible throughout a period of time that amounts to 1600 years. Moses wrote his books around 1500 B.C., and John wrote his Gospel in 100 A.D. these writers differed in qualities, circumstances, residence and the age they lived in.

Respect to Others

By H.H. Pope Shenouda Respect others, others will respect you. Respect everyone’s humanity, whatever his age is, or whatever his position or his rank in the society, for he is a human being, just like you. Almost all people respect elders and feel it is a duty that everyone must do and only an insubordinate would avoid, whereas respecting youngsters is a matter of nobility.