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Orthodox Evening Prayers in Contemporary English
 
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These Orthodox Evening Prayers in Contemporary English are from the "Orthodox Prayerbook: A Collection of Prayers in the OCA Tradition", prepared and published by St. Herman of Alaska Orthodox Church in Langley, British Columbia, Canada. The first edition of the prayer book edition is available online at http://www.ecuad.ca/sites/www.ecuad.ca/files/users/1754/work/50363/prayer-book-2010.pdf. In the Name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit. Amen. Trisagion Prayers Through the prayers of our holy brothers and sisters, Lord Jesus Christ our God, have mercy on us and save us. Amen. Glory to You, O God, glory to You! O Heavenly King, the Comforter, the Spirit of Truth, everywhere present and filling all things, Treasury of Blessings and Giver of Life: come and abide in us and cleanse us from every impurity and save our souls, O Good One! Holy God, holy Mighty, holy Immortal, have mercy on us! Holy God, holy Mighty, holy Immortal, have mercy on us! Holy God, holy Mighty, holy Immortal, have mercy on us!
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Morning Prayer Orthodox Christian
 
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Having risen from sleep, before any other action, stand reverently, considering thyself to be in the presence of the All-seeing God, and, having made the sign of the Cross, say: In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen. Then pause a moment, until all thy senses are calmed and thy thoughts forsake all things earthly; and then make three bows, saying: The Prayer of the Publican: O God, be merciful to me a sinner. Thrice. The Beginning Prayer: O Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, for the sake of the prayers of Thy most pure Mother and all the saints, have mercy on us. Amen. Glory to Thee, our God, glory to Thee. O Heavenly King, Comforter, Spirit of Truth, Who art everywhere present and fillest all things, Treasury of good things and Giver of life: Come and dwell in us, and cleanse us of all impurity, and save our souls, O Good One. Holy God, Holy Mighty, Holy Immortal, have mercy on us. Thrice. Glory to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit, both now and ever, and unto the ages of ages. Amen. . - O Most Holy Trinity, have mercy on us. O Lord, blot but our sins. O Master, pardon our iniquities. O Holy One, visit and heal our infirmities for Thy name's sake. Lord, have mercy. Thrice. Glory to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit, both now and ever, and unto the ages of ages. Amen. Our Father, Who art in the heavens, hallowed be Thy name. Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread, and forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors; and lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from the evil one.
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Orthodox Christian Jesus Prayer Chant in English
 
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Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, have mercy on me a sinner. Repeat this prayer unceasingly.
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Orthodox Morning Prayers
 
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Orthodox morning prayers read from the Jordanville prayer book.
The Divine Liturgy of the Orthodox Church of Antioch in English
 
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With subtitles soon... The Divine Liturgy of Saint John Chrysostom chanted in English by the Mount Lebanon Choir of Byzantine Music. The text can be found here: http://www.stgeorgenj.com/the-divine-liturgy-of-st-john-chrysostom.html Tracks: [0:00:00] 01-The Great Litany [0:05:40] 02-The First Antiphon [0:06:37] 03-The Little Litany [0:08:13] 04-The Second Antiphon [0:10:36] 05-The Little Litany II [0:12:14] 06-The Third Antiphon & Little Entrance [0:16:15] 07-The Trisagion Hymn [0:19:59] 08-The Epistle Reading & Alleluia [0:23:54] 09-The Holy Gospel [0:27:42] 10-The Cherubic Hymn [0:36:03] 11-The Litany of Supplication [0:40:57] 12-Praise to the Holy Trinity [0:42:59] 13-The Anaphora [0:48:37] 14-The Meghalinarion [0:51:1] 15-Commemoration of Hierarch [0:52:24] 16-The Litany Before the Our Father [0:56:12] 17-Communion Hymn [0:58:11] 18-Communion Hymns [1:03:55] 19-The Prayer at the Ambon [1:04:58] 20-Blessed Be the Name of The Lord [1:06:00] 21-The Dismissal [1:07:56] 22-Lord Have Mercy (The Priest, making three low bows before the Altar, prays quietly:) O heavenly King, O Comforter, the Spirit of truth, who art in all places and fillest all things; Treasury of good things and Giver of life: Come and dwell in us and cleanse us from every stain, and save our souls, O gracious Lord. Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, and good will among men (twice). O Lord, open thou my lips, and my mouth shall declare thy praise. (The Priest kisses the Holy Gospel, lifts it up with both hands, and lowers it, making the sign of the cross over the Antimins, and says aloud:) PRIEST: Blessed is the Kingdom of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit: now and ever, and unto ages of ages. CHOIR: Amen. THE GREAT EKTENIA PRIEST: In peace let us pray to the Lord. CHOIR: Lord, have mercy. PRIEST: For the peace from above , and for the salvation of our souls, let us pray to the Lord. CHOIR: Lord, have mercy. PRIEST: For peace of the whole world; for the good estate of the holy churches of God, and for the union of all men, let us pray to the Lord. CHOIR: Lord, have mercy. PRIEST: For this holy House, and for those who with faith, reverence, and the fear of God enter therein, let us pray to the Lord. CHOIR: Lord, have mercy. PRIEST: For our Metropolitan Philip, for the venerable Priesthood, the Diaconate in Christ, for all the clergy and the people , let us pray to the Lord. CHOIR: Lord, have mercy. PRIEST: For the President of the United States and all civil authorities, and for our Armed Forces everywhere, let us pray to the Lord. CHOIR: Lord, have mercy. PRIEST: That he will aid them and grant them victory over every enemy and adversary, let us pray to the Lord. CHOIR: Lord, have mercy. PRIEST: For this city, and for every city and land, and for the faithful who dwell therein, let us pray to the Lord. CHOIR: Lord, have mercy. PRIEST: For healthful seasons, for abundance of the fruits of the earth, and for peaceful times, let us pray to the Lord. CHOIR: Lord, have mercy. PRIEST: For travelers by sea, by land, and by air; for the sick and the suffering; for the captives and their salvation, let us pray to the Lord. CHOIR: Lord, have mercy. PRIEST: For our deliverance from all tribulation, wrath, danger, and necessity, let us pray to the Lord. CHOIR:Lord, have mercy. PRIEST: Help us; save us; have mercy on us; and keep us, O God, by thy grace. CHOIR: Lord, have mercy. PRIEST: Calling to remembrance our all-holy, immaculate, most blessed and glorious Lady Theotokos and ever virgin Mary, with all the Saints, let us commend ourselves and each other, and all our life unto Christ our God. CHOIR: To thee, O Lord....
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Orthodox Evening Prayers
 
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Evening prayers from the Jordanville prayer book.
Orthodox Christian Morning Prayers
 
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Essential morning prayers for the Orthodox Christian.
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Let my prayer arise - Orthodox Lent chant in English
 
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It is chanted during the Liturgy of the Presanctified Gifts that is done during the Great Lent. Peformed by the parish choir of Saint Philip Antiochian Orthodox Church in USA. With subtitles. Refrain: Let my prayer arise in Thy sight as incense, and let the lifting up of my hands be an evening sacrifice Да исправится молитва моя
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🌸ORTHODOX PRAYER🌸
 
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Orthodox Sisters - The Jesus Prayer (20 minutes)
 
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Православная Сёcтры - Иисусова Молитва Господи Йисусе Христе, Сыне Божий, помилуй мя грешную. Gospodi Yesuse Hriste, Sine Bozhey, pomiluy mya greshnuyu. Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, have mercy on me, the sinner.
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The Lord's Prayer (Our Father) - Orthodox Hymns In English
 
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The Lord's Prayer Sung During An Orthodox Wedding
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Preparation for Holy Communion : Prayers and Canons by the Orthodox Church
 
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Buy the CD here! http://www.holycross-hermitage.com/cgi-bin/commerce.cgi?preadd=action&key=CD0103
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Morning & Evening Prayers : Read in Monotone out of the Jordanville Prayerbook#1/2
 
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These are Morning and Evening Prayers for the Eastern Orthodox Church. This book is of Russian Orthodox Origin and most of the prayer were written by very Holy Men who had attained the Knowledge of God through Theoria. (When we say "knowledge of God" do not think of it in relations to human reasoning. God is known in a man's Nous - Nous is a Greek word which is often wrongly translated as "mind" in english. The Nous is "The Eye of the Soul", or it is, "The Purest Part of the Soul"). These prayers were chanted in monotone by the Russian Monk of the Holy Cross. You can buy the CD with the Prayers on it at their gift-shop online and also the "Psalter", and "The Preparation for Holy Communion". The online text of the PrayerBook is here: myriobiblos.gr/texts/english/prayerbook/main.htm
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Orthodox Christian Teachings: On Prayer
 
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What is true prayer, and how can we acquire it? The Church Fathers give us some advice. Chant from the CD Blessed Optina.
Orthodox morning prayers
 
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Orthodox morning prayer from the prayer book published by Holy Trinity monastery in Jordanville New York
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A Greek Orthodox pray that changed my life for ever
 
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http://www.religion-and-mathematics.com/proini_prosefxi.html Is it possible to pray and change your life in 5 minutes? Yes, this is exactly what has happened to me. As a mathematician, it was not easy to believe it, but it simply has happened! A Greek Orthodox pray that changed my life dramatically. Try it. What can you lose? But, what you can earn...
Orthodox Prayer of the Midnight Office
 
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A prayer chant of the Midnight Office of the Orthodox services.
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Orthodox prayer  to the Holy Spirit  'O Heavenly King'  in different  languages
 
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This hymn begins/opens practically every Eastern Orthodox service. It also the Pentecost stichera. Here is chanted in: English - O Heavenly King Greek - Βασιλεύ ουράνιε Church Slavonic - Царю Небесный (Carju Nebesni) Spanish - Oh Rey celestial Polish - Królu Niebieski Arabic - أيها الملك السماوي Ukrainian - Царю Небесний Romanian - Imparate ceresc French - Roi du ciel Belarussian - Царю Небесний Georgian - მეუფეო ზეცათაო Finnish - Taivaallinen Kuningas Hungarian - Mennyei Király
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Russian Orthodox Chant "Let my prayer arise."
 
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Russian Orthodox chanting famous hymn of Lent Liturgy "Let my prayer arise"
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Eastern Orthodox - Evening Prayer
 
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Evening prayer with St. Aidan's Prayer Book
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Orthodox Night Prayer 正教会の夕べの祈り {英語で}
 
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Me doing my night prayer so as to show those wondering what an Orthodox Prayer looks like.
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Orthodox Christian Healing Service
 
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Respectfully submitted with the permission of Father Edward - the magnitude of this service is unusual even for the Holy Orthodox Church - 7 annointings, 17 priests and 3 deacons.
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Orthodox Celtic Evening Prayer with Saint Aidan's Prayer Book ╰⊰¸¸.•¨* ORTHODOX HEART
 
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Hymns to the Theotokos - Orthodox Christian Prayer Chant in English with Incense
 
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The Hymns to the Theotokos are chanted in English during the Moleben service to the Most Holy Birthgiver of God. "Rejoice O Mother of Christ our God..." St. Elizabeth Orthodox Church is a local parish of the American Carpatho Russian Orthodox Diocese located at 2265 East Cherokee Drive, Woodstock, GA 30188. All services are in English. Come and worship Christ our King and our God.
Orthodox Christian Chant - Let my prayer arise (Boy solo)
 
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Orthodox Christian Chant - Let my prayer arise (Boy solo) by Moscow Boys Cathedral Choir. The chant is used during Lent Divine Liturgy.
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holy song for the dead - christian orthodox - superb
 
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http://www.orthodoxphotos.com/history.shtml How old is The Orthodox Faith? http://www.stanthonysmonastery.org/music/Index.html The Divine Music Projecthttp://www.orthodoxphotos.com/Pascha_Holy_Light/ Miracle in the Orthodox Church: The Ceremony of the Holy Light in Jerusalem Origin of the Eastern Orthodox Church The Orthodox Church began at Pentecost. It was founded by our Lord Jesus Christ, when after His Ascension, He sent down upon His Apostles the Holy Spirit who proceeds from God the Father as is written in the New Testament. The Orthodox Church of today can trace its history back to the New Testament Church in unbroken continuity. The Apostles, as per our Lord's command, preached the Gospel of Jesus Christ and founded churches in Europe, Asia and Africa. Under the direction of the Apostles and their successors, whom they appointed to carry on their mission, the Orthodox Church began to thrive. At each city and town that the Apostles traveled they would appoint a bishop to continue to minister to the faithful, before leaving on their missionary journeys. As the Church grew, the bishops in turn had to appoint priests and deacons to help them with their flock. Jesus Christ Jesus Christ is the Son of God. He came into the world by the Holy Spirit and the Virgin Mary; thus, the Church gave Him the title "Theanthropos" i.e., the God-man. The Orthodox Church clearly teaches that Jesus Christ was fully divine and fully human. The purpose of Jesus Christ's coming to earth was to reconcile mankind to God. In order to do this, God, in the person of Jesus Christ, had to become fully human. He had to experience all the pain, temptations and sufferings that all human beings face. Finally, having preached, taught, healed and performed many miracles, He had to experience the last pain that all people must undergo: death. Thus, He allowed Himself to be crucified. As a human being, He died; but, being God, He rose from the dead, proving that all who believe and follow Him will do likewise. This is why Jesus Christ is called "Savior," for He saves us from death. The Virgin Mary The Virgin Mary is the woman God chose to bear His Son in this world. The Orthodox believe in the ever-virginity of Mary. Since God chose her to manifest His presence among men, she is called, " All Holy" and the bridge between God and man. For this reason, she is highly praised and venerated in the Orthodox Church. The Orthodox always pray to the Virgin Mary, beseeching her to intercede for us to God. The Orthodox do not worship the Virgin Mary-worship is do to God alone. The Orthodox make a distinction between worship and intercessory prayer. Just as we ask other people to pray for us, we ask the Virgin Mary, for she has found favor in God's eyes and has a very unique relationship with God, to pray (intercede) for us. It should be noted that the Virgin Mary and all the saints are ceaselessly praying for all of us.
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Syriac Orthodox Prayer "Abun D'Bashmayo" (The Lord's Prayer)
 
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The Lord's Prayer (Abun D'Bashmayo). Beautifully sung in the language Jesus Christ taught his disciples this exact prayer. Read the english text and the syriac transcription. View beautiful pictures of praying christians, for example syrian orthodox, coptic orthodox and ethiopian orthodox.
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Russian Orthodox Chant: Молитва Иисусова/The Jesus Prayer
 
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This is a Russian Orthodox Chant known as the Jesus Prayer where the line "Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, have mercy on me, a sinner." is repeated many times!
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Ethiopian Orthodox Vesper Prayer in English
 
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A portion of the Ethiopian Orthodox vesper prayer chanted in English with the original Ge'ez melody. www.gennexteo.com
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Metropolitan KALLISTOS Ware - What is Prayer? Orthodox Christian Lecture
 
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Lecture delivered at Seattle Pacific University
Orthodox Christian Matins (in English)
 
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Listen to Orthodox Christian Matins chanted in English. Byzantine choir directed by Gabriel Cremeens. Dormition of the Virgin Mary Greek Orthodox Church, Somerville MA
Orthodox Prayers
 
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A selection of morning, midday and evening Orthodox prayers in English. The Orthodox chant in the background is from Bulgaria.
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Jesus Prayer - Иисусова молитва
 
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The Jesus Prayer is a short, formulaic prayer esteemed and advocated within the Eastern Orthodox and Oriental Orthodox churches. It is, for the Orthodox, one of the most profound and mystical prayers and is often repeated endlessly as part of a personal ascetic practice. In a modern context the continuing repetition is regarded by some as a form of meditation, the prayer functioning as a kind of mantra. Anyway, it is not a mantra or magic formula, but a prayer. The Jesus Prayer according to numerous Church Fathers is "essential" to our spiritual growth. The Jesus Prayer proclaims our faith and humbles us by asking mercy for our sinfulness. The Jesus Prayer is thought to be as old as the Church itself. This prayer song is sung in Church Slavonic language. Phrase is very similar to the Russian language. Church Slavonic is the primary liturgical language of the Orthodox Church in Russia, Bulgaria, Ukraine, Belarus, and some other countries. In this arrangement, one sentence repeated again and again, "Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, have mercy on me." That's all. Very simple and short. But this is very powerful prayer. If you feel you have lost your peace of mind, or your mind is troubled, or if you need forgiveness, in these cases this prayer (song) gives you a peace of mind, it calms down your restless heart and bring you mercy. For my part, I use this prayer almost every day, continually. Jesus Prayer in 21 languages: Arabic: أيها الرب يسوع المسيح ابن الله, إرحمني أنا الخاطئ Belarusian: Госпадзе Ісусе Хрысьце, Сыне Божы, памілуй мяне, грэшнага. Bulgarian: Господи Иисусе Христе, Сине Божий, помилвай мен грешника. Chinese: 主耶穌基督,上帝之子,憐憫我罪人。 Church Slavonic: Господи Ісусе Христе Сыне Божїй помилѹй мѧ грѣшнаго. Czech: Pane Ježíši Kriste, Syne Boží, smiluj se nade mnou hříšným. English: Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, have mercy on me, a sinner. Finnish: Herra Jeesus Kristus, Jumalan Poika, armahda minua (syntistä). Georgian: უფალო იესუ ქრისტე, ძეო ღმრთისაო, შემიწყალე მე ცოდვილი. German: Herr Jesus Christus, Sohn Gottes, erbarme dich meiner, eines Sünders. Greek: Κύριε Ἰησοῦ Χριστέ, Υἱέ τοῦ Θεοῦ, ἐλέησόν με τὸν ἁμαρτωλόν. Hungarian: Uram Jézus Krisztus, Isten Fia, könyörülj rajtam, bűnösön! Japanese: 主イイスス・ハリストス、神の子よ、我、罪人を憐れみ給え。 Polish: Panie Jezu Chryste, Synu Boga, zmiłuj się nade mną, grzesznikiem. Portuguese: Senhor Jesus Cristo, Filho de Deus, tende piedade de mim pecador! Romanian: Doamne Iisuse Hristoase, Fiul lui Dumnezeu, miluieşte-mă pe mine păcătosul. Russian: Господи, Иисусе Христе, Сыне Божий, помилуй мя, грешнаго. Serbian: Господе Исусе Христе, Сине Божји, помилуј ме грешног. Slovak: Pane Ježišu Kriste, Synu Boží, zmiluj sa nado mnou hriešnym. Spanish: Señor Jesucristo, Hijo de Dios, ten piedad de mi, que soy un pecador. Ukrainian: Господи Ісусе Христе, Сину Божий, помилуй мене грішного. More languages: http://www.christianforums.com/t7514228/ Thanks to Nika for assistance (information). I've edited movie clips from our mutual favorite film, one of them. For us, it is the best film about the spiritual life ever made. Please see more details in the end of the video. Blessings! (^—^) Teisuka
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The Lord's Prayer 'Our Father' ~ Russian Orthodox
 
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The Lord's Prayer (Our Father) Russian Orthodox Russian: Ot-che nash, Ee-zhe ye see na nye-bye-sekh! da svya-tee-tsya ee-mya Tvo-ye, da pri-ee-dyet Tsar-stvi-ye Tvo-ye: da boo-dyet vol-ya Tvo-ya, ya-ko na nye-bye-see ee na zem-lee. Khleb nash na-soosch-nui dazhd nam dnyes: ee o-sta-vee nam dol-gee na-shya, ya-ko-zhe ee mui o-sta-vlya-yem dol-zhnee-kom na-shuim: ee nye vvye-dee nas vo ees-koo-shye-ni-ye, no eez-ba-vee nas ot loo-ka-va-go. English: Our Father, Who art in the heavens, hallowed be Thy name. Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread, and forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors; and lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from the evil one. The prayer consists of seven petitions that are asked of our Heavenly Father in Heaven. View at... http://bit.ly/1N5IAay
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Malankara Orthodox - Morning Prayer / Prabhatha Namaskaram
 
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Full Malankara Orthodox Morning Prayer
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Greek orthodox chant (agni parthene)
 
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A beautiful hymn "Agni Parthene"-"O Pure Virgin" this chant was composed by Saint Nectarios of Egina according to the Eastern Orthodox church tradition the melodies of this chant was composed by angels it is said in Greek and i have added English Translation Enjoy =)
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MYSTICAL SUPPER : Ancient Eastern Orthodox Prayers Before Holy Communion
 
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"19For there must be also heresies among you, that they which are approved may be made manifest among you. 20When ye come together therefore into one place, this is not to eat the Lord's supper. 21For in eating every one taketh before other his own supper: and one is hungry, and another is drunken. 22What? have ye not houses to eat and to drink in? or despise ye the church of God, and shame them that have not? what shall I say to you? shall I praise you in this? I praise you not. 23For I have received of the Lord that which also I delivered unto you, that the Lord Jesus the same night in which he was betrayed took bread: 24And when he had given thanks, he brake it, and said, Take, eat: this is my body, which is broken for you: this do in remembrance of me. 25After the same manner also he took the cup, when he had supped, saying, this cup is the new testament in my blood: this do ye, as oft as ye drink it, in remembrance of me. 26For as often as ye eat this bread, and drink this cup, ye do shew the Lord's death till he come. 27Wherefore whosoever shall eat this bread, and drink this cup of the Lord, unworthily, shall be guilty of the body and blood of the Lord. 28But let a man examine himself, and so let him eat of that bread, and drink of that cup. 29For he that eateth and drinketh unworthily, eateth and drinketh damnation to himself, not discerning the Lord's body. 30For this cause many are weak and sickly among you, and many sleep. 31For if we would judge ourselves, we should not be judged. 32But when we are judged, we are chastened of the Lord, that we should not be condemned with the world." (1 Corinthians 11) Jesus said to them, "I am the bread of life; whoever comes to me shall not hunger, and whoever believes in me shall never thirst." (John 6:35 Read here: http://www.oca.org/OCchapter.asp?SID=2&ID=53
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Trisagion Hymn in English and Greek
 
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Holy God, Holy Mighty, Holy Immortal, have mercy on us!
Утренние молитвы (Russian orthodox morning prayers).flv
 
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Утреннее молитвенное правило читает клирик Екатеринбургской Епархии, игумен Флавиан (Матвеев). Православный телеканал http://tv-soyuz.ru/
Arabic Orthodox Prayer Saint John Damaskin   tune  6
 
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Pure Orthodox Chant Prayer Saint John Damaskin tune 6
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Orthodox Prayer
 
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These Orthodox Prayers in English are from the Orthodox Prayer Book. A Collection of Prayers in the Indian Orthodox Tradition. A Prayer Guide to the Orthodox Christians who are brought up outside Kerala. Fr. Bijesh Philip who worked on it. The corrections and suggestions of Fr. Philip Kuruvilla were invaluable. On the one side this book is a short version of prayers written by our fathers and used by our parents. The intention is just to make prayer a habit of the youngsters. Published by St. Thomas Orthodox Theological Seminary, Kalmeshwar, Nagpur. A peep into the Orthodox understanding of prayers which bring heaven to our life situations, experiencing it through the evening prayer of a family. https://youtu.be/UbAlgllgMU0 To download the evening prayer file (pdf) please visit http://www.ossaeokr.org/images/prayerbook/EVENING_PRAYER.pdf
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Greek Orthodox Chant from Mount Athos - The Jesus Prayer
 
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I do not own the chant so I give full credit to the owner, I share this in honor of Greek Orthodoxy! Enjoy!!! :)
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Православные вечерние молитвы / Orthodox evening prayers
 
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Православные вечерние молитвы на русском языке.
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Cappella Romana - Divine Liturgy of the Orthodox Church in English in Byzantine Chant
 
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With subtitles soon... The text can be found in this pdf file(page 20): http://www.cappellaromana.org/DL_in_English_Booklet_Web.pdf Tracks: [0:00:00] 01-Opening Blessing, Litany of Peace & Prayer of the First Antiphon [0:05:13] 02-First Antiphon [0:06:55] 03-Short Litany & Prayer of the Second Antiphon [0:08:20] 04-Second Antiphon [0:11:20] 05-Short Litany & Prayer of the Third Antiphon [0:12:56] 06-Third Antiphon [0:14:36] 07-Entrance with the Holy Gospel [0:15:29] 08-Apolytikia (of the day and of the local church) [0:16:45] 09-Kontakion of the Season [0:18:09] 10-Trisagion [0:22:45] 11-Dynamis/Perisse of the Trisagion after Nileus Kamarados [0:27:49] 12-Prokeimenon [0:30:43] 13-Apostle [0:33:13] 14-Alleluiarion [0:36:22] 15-Gospel [0:39:09] 16-Litany of Fervent Supplication [0:42:27] 17-Litany for the Catechumens [0:44:30] 18-Litanies of the Faithful [0:46:52] 19-Cherubic Hymn in Mode Plagal IV, after Petros Peloponnesios: Opening Section [0:54:50] 20-Cherubic Hymn in Mode Plagal IV, after Petros Peloponnesios: The Great Entrance [0:56:02] 21-Cherubic Hymn in Mode Plagal IV, after Petros Peloponnesios: After the Entrance [0:59:02] 22-Litany of the Precious Gifts and Kiss of Peace [1:02:43] 23-The Creed [1:04:18] 24-The Holy Oblation-Anaphora: The Dialogue before the Anaphora [1:05:38] 25-The Holy Oblation-Anaphora: The Anaphora-the Eucharistic Prayer [1:11:59] 26-Megalynarion & Conclusion of the Anaphora [1:17:28] 27-Litany of the Lord's Prayer [1:20:52] 28-The Lord's Prayer [1:23:54] 29-The Communion of the Clergy and Antiphonal Psalm [1:28:58] 30-Distribution of Holy Communion: Communion of the Laity [1:29:20] 31-Distribution of Holy Communion: 'Praise the Lord from the Heavens' after St. John Koukouzelis [1:39:30] 32-We have seen the true light [1:40:17] 33-Let our mouth be filled [1:41:20] 34-Thanksgiving and Constantinopolitan Dismissal [1:43:18] 35-Prayer behind the Ambo [1:44:24] 36-Final, Monastic Dismissal: Blessed be the name of the Lord [1:45:07] 37-Final, Monastic Dismissal: Final dismissal DISC ONE: THE LITURGY OF THE CATECHUMENS 1 DEACON: Master, give the blessing. PRIEST: Blessed is the Kingdom of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit, now and for ever, and to the ages of ages. CHOIR: Amen. Litany of Peace DEACON: In peace, let us pray to the Lord. CHOIR: Lord, have mercy. And so after each petition. DEACON: For the peace from on high and for the salvation of our souls, let us pray to the Lord. For the peace of the whole world, for the welfare of the holy Churches of God, and for the union of all, let us pray to the Lord. For this holy house, and for those who enter it with faith, reverence and the fear of God, let us pray to the Lord. For all devout and Orthodox Christians, let us pray to the Lord. For our Archbishop Gregorios, for the honoured order of presbyters, for the diaconate in Christ, for all the clergy and the people, let us pray to the Lord. For our Sovereign Lady, Queen Elizabeth, the Royal Family, her Government and all in authority, let us pray to the Lord. For this city, for every city, town and village, and for the faithful who dwell in them, let us pray to the Lord. For favourable weather, an abundance of the fruits of the earth, and temperate seasons, let us pray to the Lord. For those who travel by land, air or water, for the sick, the suffering, for those in captivity, and for their safety and salvation, let us pray to the Lord. For our deliverance from all affliction, wrath, danger and constraint, let us pray to the Lord. Help us, save us, have mercy on us, and keep us, O God, by your grace. Commemorating our all-holy, pure, most blessed and glorious Lady, Mother of God and Ever-Virgin Mary, with all the Saints, let us entrust ourselves and one another and our whole life to Christ our God. CHOIR: To you, O Lord. The Priest, in a low voice, reads the Prayer of the First Antiphon Lord, our God, whose might is beyond compare and whose glory is beyond understanding, whose mercy is without measure and whose love for mankind is beyond all telling, look upon us and upon this holy house, Master, according to your loving kindness, and bestow on us and on those who pray with us your acts of rich mercy and compassion. (aloud) For to you belong all glory, honour and worship, to the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, now and for ever, and to the ages of ages. CHOIR: Amen....
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Romanian Orthodox Prayer to Jesus Christ
 
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An old powerful orthodox prayer.
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