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Best Sandals Church podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Brother Lawrence was born Nicholas Herman around 1610 in Herimenil, Lorraine, a Duchy of France. His birth records were destroyed in a fire at his parish church during the Thirty Years War, a war in which he fought as a young soldier. It was also the war in which he sustained a near fatal injury to his sciatic nerve. The injury left him quite crippled and in chronic pain for the rest of his life. The details of his early life are few and sketchy. However, we know he was educated both at home ...
 
How to live on 5 cents a day! How to survive financial ruin without losing your house! How to keep to a bare bones budget and still have money left over to buy books! Tough questions! They were tough questions even in the 1870’s, when Sarah Elizabeth Harper Monmouth penned her quirky memoir, the subtitle of which was “How a Lady, Having Lost a Sufficient Income from Government Bonds by Misplaced Confidence, Reduced to a Little Homestead Whose Entire Income is But $40.00 per Annum, Resolved t ...
 
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The Samaritan woman, whom Jesus Christ met at the well, became equal to the apostles Photini (Svetlana, Claire, Clara). She was not living a righteous life, but that is not the most important prerequisite for finding salvation. The most necessary thing is to have a heart that is able to open to God, with holy desire, honesty, humility, and zeal. St…
 
With all of the uncertainty in this world and the restrictions we are experiencing, we can be encouraged that we are all doing better than we think we are. We all hold ourselves hostage to the failures of our day. Instead of having a list of all that we do wrong, we are encouraged to have instead a list of all we have done right. God is about growt…
 
With all of the uncertainty in this world and the restrictions we are experiencing, we can be encouraged that we are all doing better than we think we are. We all hold ourselves hostage to the failures of our day. Instead of having a list of all that we do wrong, we are encouraged to have instead a list of all we have done right. God is about growt…
 
With all of the uncertainty in this world and the restrictions we are experiencing, we can be encouraged that we are all doing better than we think we are. We all hold ourselves hostage to the failures of our day. Instead of having a list of all that we do wrong, we are encouraged to have instead a list of all we have done right. God is about growt…
 
This is what we are celebrating during the time of Pascha: “As One Who loveth Mankind, desiring to save from deception all whom Thou hast created, Thou didst endure to be nailed to the Cross, O Saviour, that by Thy flesh Thou mightest restore Thine image, which was buried under the passions; and having cast down hades, Thou didst arise, and the dea…
 
On the feast day of St. George, two stories that show that the saints intercede for us not only in a spiritual way it actually physically by appearing in carrying out different works. A story about the intervention of St. George to allow services in his church in Russia during the Khrushchev era. We also talk about the intervention of St. Nicholas …
 
In the world, people pursue happiness, mistaking it for joy. Joy is actually a condition in the human heart, when we are free of our passions. We can not have joy if we pursue only joy. We must pursue obedience, and struggle, and endure sadness in this life. The example of the myrrh-bearing women, the Apostle Thomas, the Apostle Peter, and many oth…
 
On Bright Tuesday, we read the account in St. Luke of the road to Emmaus, when he and fellow disciple Cleopas encountered Jesus on the road and did not recognize Him but their hearts burned within them, and then they recognized Him in a moment of perfect clarity when they sat down to eat and He broke bread. We are on this road. This is how man enco…
 
In the Gospel on Bright Monday, St. John the Baptist described in a mystical way the incarnation when he said: “He it is, who coming after me is preferred before me, whose shoe's thong I am not worthy to unloose.” These words describe the intimate love God has for man and we contrast them with the relatively recent heresy, somewhat more than 500 ye…
 
Up until a few weeks ago, the end of the world as we know it sounded like the thing of cults, songs and apocalyptic movie plots; but with day-to-day life now turned on its head for so many of us, it begs the question - could the world really ever come to an end?Jesus’ answer to that question might surprise you.In this series, we'll be taking an hon…
 
Up until a few weeks ago, the end of the world as we know it sounded like the thing of cults, songs and apocalyptic movie plots; but with day-to-day life now turned on its head for so many of us, it begs the question - could the world really ever come to an end?Jesus’ answer to that question might surprise you.In this series, we'll be taking an hon…
 
Up until a few weeks ago, the end of the world as we know it sounded like the thing of cults, songs and apocalyptic movie plots; but with day-to-day life now turned on its head for so many of us, it begs the question - could the world really ever come to an end?Jesus’ answer to that question might surprise you.In this series, we'll be taking an hon…
 
The very first Easter found Jesus’ followers all scattered in their homes, experiencing a tragedy they never saw coming and scared for what may happen next. When Jesus rose from the dead, he met them there and offered words of peace and joy as he gave them the same mission we still carry today.This Easter is not what any of us could have expected, …
 
The very first Easter found Jesus’ followers all scattered in their homes, experiencing a tragedy they never saw coming and scared for what may happen next. When Jesus rose from the dead, he met them there and offered words of peace and joy as he gave them the same mission we still carry today.This Easter is not what any of us could have expected, …
 
The very first Easter found Jesus’ followers all scattered in their homes, experiencing a tragedy they never saw coming and scared for what may happen next. When Jesus rose from the dead, he met them there and offered words of peace and joy as he gave them the same mission we still carry today.This Easter is not what any of us could have expected, …
 
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