Orthodox Christianity

Bible | New Testament | King James Bible

What you see in front of you – is believed to be The New Testament of the Bible – consisting of all 27 Books of it, listed below in full, the well-known 4 Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, pastoral Epistles of Paul, Peter and other Apostles, the First disciples of Jesus Christ, the English translation used – is that of King James Version Bible – translated from old Greek into English during the years 1604 – 1611 – being one of the oldest and most authoritative version of English language Bible up to our days.

Seraphim of Sarov - One of the Greatest Orthodox Christian Saints

Blessed Saint Seraphim of Sarov is undoubtedly one of the most revered Orthodox Christian saints and wonderworkers. His path to God was lying through asceticism and prayers. Saint Seraphim was born on July 19th, 1754 in Kursk, Russia as Prokhor Moshnin in his worldly name.
After 15 years of solitude, Seraphim of Sarov had a vision of Mother of God together with Apostles. After...

John Pechersky - How to Overcome Lust

On July 31 Orthodox Christians are commemorating Saint John Pechersky. He was struggling all of his life with lust. His heroism and ways how he was trying to overcome the lust may be interesting and inspiring also in our times. What we can do, according to St. John Pechersky, to win the lust and acquire a spiritual freedom?!

Icon of Mother of God Tikhvinskaya

Icon of Mother of God Tikhvinskaya appeared during the summer of 1383 in the region of Great Novgorod in Russia. First local fishermen reported seeing it in the air above Ladoga Lake in several places, each time more and more nearer to the city of Tikhvin, and finally people saw it in the town. The icon was hanging in the air and surrounded by indescribable...

Iveron icon of Mother of God

Not far from the Iberian monastery on the shore of the sea a healing fountain has preserved until our days, which broke out at the very moment God’s Mother stepped on the ground of Athos peninsula in Greece. The place is called now Clement’s marina. This was the exact place where miraculously appeared in the pillar of light the world’s famous Iveron icon of Virgin...

Our Lady of Kazan

The story of the icon of Our Lady of Kazan, one of the most famous icons of Russian Orthodox Church, began in 1579. It was in Kazan, the capital of Tatarstan, which has been a separate state of Tatar Muslim Khans yet 25 years ago. In 1579 in Kazan a huge fire started near the Nicholas Church, which later spread to the Kremlin of Kazan...

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