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    Evangrek63 has posted:

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    Saint Jegudiel the Archangel also Jhudiel or Jehudiel (Hebrew: יהודיאל‎ Yehudiel "laudation of God" or "God of the Jews") is one of the seven Archangels in Eastern Orthodox tradition He is often depicted in iconography holding a crown and a three-thonged whip[2] in hand, which symbolizes reward from God for the righteous and punishment for the sinners. The classic Eastern Orthodox depiction usually shows him standing upright, holding a crown in his right hand, and a rod or staff in his left hand.

    Jegudiel is the patron of all who work in some field of endeavor, and the crown he holds symbolizes the reward for successful spiritual labors.Along with his subordinate angels, he is the advisor and defender of all who work in positions of responsibility to the glory of God, and as such is resorted to by kings, judges, and others in positions of leadership. Jegudiel is also known as the bearer of God's merciful love and also angel over Friday. Considered as one of the seven archangels in a variant Catholic system, which pairs each archangel with a specific day of the week and attribute. With regard to the history of the archangel's name, it is thought to have first been mentioned in the Book of Enoch between 130 BCE and 68 CE. Shortly thereafter and depending on the nationality of first Christians, he was called Jegudiel or Jehudiel.

    O merciful Archangel, St. Jehudiel, dispenser of God’s eternal and abundant Mercy. Because of our sinfulness, we do not deserve God’s forgiveness. Yet, He continually grants us forbearance freely and lovingly. Help us in our determination to overcome our sinful habits and be truly sorry for them. Bring each one of us to true conversion of heart. That we may experience the joy of reconciliation which it brings, without which neither we, as individuals, nor the whole world can know true peace. Thou who dost continually intercede for us, listen to our prayers. Present to God the Father all of these petitions. We ask this through our Lord Jesus Christ, Who lives and reigns with the Father, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, forever and ever. Amen.

    Evangrek63 has posted:

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    Saint Jegudiel the Archangel also Jhudiel or Jehudiel (Hebrew: יהודיאל‎ Yehudiel "laudation of God" or "God of the Jews") is one of the seven Archangels in Eastern Orthodox tradition He is often depicted in iconography holding a crown and a three-thonged whip[2] in hand, which symbolizes reward from God for the righteous and punishment for the sinners. The classic Eastern Orthodox depiction usually shows him standing upright, holding a crown in his right hand, and a rod or staff in his left hand.

    Jegudiel is the patron of all who work in some field of endeavor, and the crown he holds symbolizes the reward for successful spiritual labors.Along with his subordinate angels, he is the advisor and defender of all who work in positions of responsibility to the glory of God, and as such is resorted to by kings, judges, and others in positions of leadership. Jegudiel is also known as the bearer of God's merciful love and also angel over Friday. Considered as one of the seven archangels in a variant Catholic system, which pairs each archangel with a specific day of the week and attribute. With regard to the history of the archangel's name, it is thought to have first been mentioned in the Book of Enoch between 130 BCE and 68 CE. Shortly thereafter and depending on the nationality of first Christians, he was called Jegudiel or Jehudiel.

    O merciful Archangel, St. Jehudiel, dispenser of God’s eternal and abundant Mercy. Because of our sinfulness, we do not deserve God’s forgiveness. Yet, He continually grants us forbearance freely and lovingly. Help us in our determination to overcome our sinful habits and be truly sorry for them. Bring each one of us to true conversion of heart. That we may experience the joy of reconciliation which it brings, without which neither we, as individuals, nor the whole world can know true peace. Thou who dost continually intercede for us, listen to our prayers. Present to God the Father all of these petitions. We ask this through our Lord Jesus Christ, Who lives and reigns with the Father, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, forever and ever. Amen.

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    Evangrek63 has posted:



    Τα Σεραφείμ είναι υψηλόβαθμα αγγελικά πλάσματα,ανήκουν στην πρώτη αγγελική τριάδα της Ουρανίου Ιεραρχίας κατά τον Άγιο Διονύσιο Αρεοπαγίτη...πολύ κοντά στο Θρόνο του Θεού.
    η Εβραϊκή λέξη "σεραφείμ" ερμηνεύεται στα Ελληνικά σαν "καίω" ή "καθαρίζω μεφωτιά". Γι αυτό και στην Ορθόδοξη εικονογραφία, τα χερουβείμ εμφανίζονται ως «εξαπτέρυγα», δηλαδή ως αγγελική μορφή με έξι πτέρυγες,με τις δύο πετούν,με τις δύο καλύπτουν τα πρόσωπα και με τις άλλες δύο καλύπτουν τα πόδια τους, Αναφέρονται μάλιστα συχνά ως «εξαπτέρυγα Σεραφείμ».Άδουν τον θεοπρεπή ύμνο του ΓΕΛ.

    ΕΟΡΤΗ: 8 ΝΟΕΜΒΡΙΟΥ ΜΑΖΙ ΜΕ ΟΛΟΥΣ ΤΟΥΣ ΑΓΓΕΛΟΥΣ

    The Serafim are senior angelic creatures , belonging to the first angelic triad of the Celestial Hierarchy according to St. Dionysius the Areopagite ... very close to the Throne of God.
    The Hebrew word "sarafim" is interpreted in Greek as "burning" or " clean with fire". This is why in the Orthodox iconography, the serafim appear as "six winged" ie angelic form with six wings;with the two they fly,with the two they cover their faces and with the other two wings they cover their legs. Indeed there are often refered as 'six-winged serafims' .They sing the godly hymn of YEL .

    FEAST: 8TH OF NOVEMBER TOGETHER WITH ALL ANGELS

    Evangrek63 has posted:



    Τα Σεραφείμ είναι υψηλόβαθμα αγγελικά πλάσματα,ανήκουν στην πρώτη αγγελική τριάδα της Ουρανίου Ιεραρχίας κατά τον Άγιο Διονύσιο Αρεοπαγίτη...πολύ κοντά στο Θρόνο του Θεού.
    η Εβραϊκή λέξη "σεραφείμ" ερμηνεύεται στα Ελληνικά σαν "καίω" ή "καθαρίζω μεφωτιά". Γι αυτό και στην Ορθόδοξη εικονογραφία, τα χερουβείμ εμφανίζονται ως «εξαπτέρυγα», δηλαδή ως αγγελική μορφή με έξι πτέρυγες,με τις δύο πετούν,με τις δύο καλύπτουν τα πρόσωπα και με τις άλλες δύο καλύπτουν τα πόδια τους, Αναφέρονται μάλιστα συχνά ως «εξαπτέρυγα Σεραφείμ».Άδουν τον θεοπρεπή ύμνο του ΓΕΛ.

    ΕΟΡΤΗ: 8 ΝΟΕΜΒΡΙΟΥ ΜΑΖΙ ΜΕ ΟΛΟΥΣ ΤΟΥΣ ΑΓΓΕΛΟΥΣ

    The Serafim are senior angelic creatures , belonging to the first angelic triad of the Celestial Hierarchy according to St. Dionysius the Areopagite ... very close to the Throne of God.
    The Hebrew word "sarafim" is interpreted in Greek as "burning" or " clean with fire". This is why in the Orthodox iconography, the serafim appear as "six winged" ie angelic form with six wings;with the two they fly,with the two they cover their faces and with the other two wings they cover their legs. Indeed there are often refered as 'six-winged serafims' .They sing the godly hymn of YEL .

    FEAST: 8TH OF NOVEMBER TOGETHER WITH ALL ANGELS

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  • 07/19/18--01:33: Angel
  • Joe, Son of the Rock has posted:

    Kilkerran Cemetery, Campbeltown

    Joe, Son of the Rock has posted:

    Kilkerran Cemetery, Campbeltown

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    Joe, Son of the Rock has posted:

    "An extension to the cemetery around St. Andrews Cathedral, the Eastern Cemetery overlooks the East Sands and St. Andrews Harbour, a quarter-mile (0.4 km) east of the town centre." Quoted from 'The Gazetteer for Scotland'.

    Joe, Son of the Rock has posted:

    "An extension to the cemetery around St. Andrews Cathedral, the Eastern Cemetery overlooks the East Sands and St. Andrews Harbour, a quarter-mile (0.4 km) east of the town centre." Quoted from 'The Gazetteer for Scotland'.

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  • 07/22/18--23:38: Angel Campbeltown Cemetery
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    Ghislaine Girardot has posted:

    Belle journée à tous

    Ghislaine Girardot has posted:

    Belle journée à tous

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  • 09/03/18--08:29: Prague,Strahov Monastery
  • Evangrek63 has posted:


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    Evangrek63 has posted:


    ~ Vita mortuorum in memoria est posita vivorum. ~
    Marcus Tullius Cicero

    ~ Η ζωή των νεκρών αναπαύεται στη μνήμη των ζωντανών~
    Μάρκος Τούλλιος Κικέρων

    ~Τhe Life of the Dead is placed in the memory of the alive ~
    Marco Tullio Cicero

    Evangrek63 has posted:


    ~ Vita mortuorum in memoria est posita vivorum. ~
    Marcus Tullius Cicero

    ~ Η ζωή των νεκρών αναπαύεται στη μνήμη των ζωντανών~
    Μάρκος Τούλλιος Κικέρων

    ~Τhe Life of the Dead is placed in the memory of the alive ~
    Marco Tullio Cicero

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    Joe, Son of the Rock has posted:

    Spreading over the valley between the Castle and the Church of the Holy Rude the Old Town Cemetery is of outstanding importance within the historic landscape of Stirling. Quoted from the Old Town Cemetery website.

    "We know of no sweeter cemetery in all of our wanderings than that of Stirling." (William Wordsworth)

    Joe, Son of the Rock has posted:

    Spreading over the valley between the Castle and the Church of the Holy Rude the Old Town Cemetery is of outstanding importance within the historic landscape of Stirling. Quoted from the Old Town Cemetery website.

    "We know of no sweeter cemetery in all of our wanderings than that of Stirling." (William Wordsworth)

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    Joe, Son of the Rock has posted:

    Margaret Wilson (c. 1667 – 11 May 1685) was a young Scottish Covenanter, from Wigtown in Scotland executed by drowning for refusing to swear an oath declaring James VII (James II of England) as head of the church. She died along with Margaret McLachlan. The two Margarets were known as the Wigtown Martyrs. Wilson became the more famous of the two because of her youth. As a teenager, her faith unto death became celebrated as part of the martyrology of Presbyterian churches. Quoted from Wikipedia.

    Joe, Son of the Rock has posted:

    Margaret Wilson (c. 1667 – 11 May 1685) was a young Scottish Covenanter, from Wigtown in Scotland executed by drowning for refusing to swear an oath declaring James VII (James II of England) as head of the church. She died along with Margaret McLachlan. The two Margarets were known as the Wigtown Martyrs. Wilson became the more famous of the two because of her youth. As a teenager, her faith unto death became celebrated as part of the martyrology of Presbyterian churches. Quoted from Wikipedia.

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  • 12/11/18--22:55: Christmass 6

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