Friday, March 30, 2018

Lazarus Saturday and Palm Sunday

Advance General Sharing: The Raising of Lazarus: -Lazarus Saturday: "Thy friend Lazarus has died!": ........"Jesus wept."..... AND, Palm/'Willow' Sunday-Entry of Our Lord Into Jerusalem-HOSANNA!

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Dan Everiss

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Wed, Mar 28, 2018 at 3:58 PM



Troparion, tone 1:
"In confirming the common Resurrection, O Christ God, Thou didst raise up Lazarus from the dead before Thy Passion. Wherefore, we also, like the children bearing the symbols of victory, cry to Thee, the Vanquisher of death: HOSANNA IN THE HIGHEST; BLESSED IS HE THAT COMETH IN THE NAME OF THE LORD!"

Kontakion, tone 2:
"Christ, the joy of all, the Truth, the Light, the Life, and the Resurrection of the world, hath of His goodness, appeared to those on earth and become the archetype of the Resurrection, granting divine forgiveness  unto all."


      
   


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Palm Sunday, The Entry of Our Lord Into Jerusalem-(Finnish language)-
HOSANNA! HOSANNA! BLESSED IS HE THAT COMETH IN THE NAME OF THE LORD! HOSANNA IN THE HIGHEST!
                                        


Another Troparion, tone 4:
"As by baptism we were buried with Thee, O Christ our God, so by Thy Resurrection we were deemed worthy of immortal life; and praising Thee, we cry: HOSANNA IN THE HIGHEST; BLESSED IS HE THAT COMETH IN THE NAME OF THE LORD!"

Kontakion, tone 6:
Being borne upon a throne in heaven, and upon a colt on the earth, O Christ God, Thou didst accept the praise of the angels and the laudation of the children as they cried to Thee:
BLESSED IS HE THAT COMETH TO RECALL ADAM!"

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