Every Easter Orthodox churches around the world read this sermon by John Chrysostom (349-407) the early church's famed preacher and archbishop of Constantinople at the great Church of Holy Wisdom (Hagia Sophia).
"No temptation is irresistible, says Origen."
IN GOD'S PRESENCE CONSIDER . . . Just in the past day, which of my failings have I made excuses for - either to other people or to myself?
CLOSING PRAYER: Father, may all the beauties and attractions of this ever-changing world serve only to bring me closer to your Kingdom.
"The Poorest of the Poor. The Hardest of the Hardcore." Where we came from; Where we were; Where we are; Where we are going." The Zine of Death to the World - No. 3 - 1994". VryRevDrGODJr.++
Death to the World - No. 2; a rendition from Martyrius Hope entitled "Accept All Cultures -- Embrace None" and indeed, an incredible and pertinent addition applicable to the society of this day from Monk Justin Martyr.