Sunday of St Mary of Egypt, 2009. Audio Homily: A perfect description of any true Christian

Sunday of St Mary of Egypt, 2009. A perfect description of any true Christian: LISTEN NOW


If the "LISTEN NOW" link does not work, copy this URL into your browser: http://www.orthodox.net/sermons/great-lent-sunday-05_2009-04-05.m3u

If this file does not work for you, try the direct link to the actual mp3 file:http://www.orthodox.net/sermons/great-lent-sunday-05_2009-04-05.mp3



RSS feed of Sunday and some weekday homiliesRSS feed of Sunday and some weekday homilies:http://feeds.feedburner.com/OrthodoxChristianSermonsOnTheGospelsEpistlesAndOtherTopics

Archive of Audio and text homilies:http://www.orthodox.net/sermons

Share

One Response to “Sunday of St Mary of Egypt, 2009. Audio Homily: A perfect description of any true Christian”

  1. “Contemplating what God has done for you, and acting upon it.” – this consequence is worthy rememberng actually. As I, for example, do it another way: I do or try to do or think I do…something, which in my view, is good, or something which should be a part of our Christian life – fasting, praying, or fighting with bad thoughts, and with hidden hope that God should do something for me….for that. It’s so silly, and helpless, I don’t mention it’s far away from righteousness – that goes without saying. And if I don’t see the “result”, I am upset. Though I know that the result is there, as God hears us. And “He hears us much better than we would like Him to”, as C.S.Lewis wrote. But I often do not notice the result, or it is not the one I expected. Jumping then at hasty conslusions, like claiming there is nothing in the room, though the room is completely dark & we simply cannot see the objects there. We know it is dark, and that we cannot see in the total darkness, but we are sure somehow there is nothing in the room. Life isoften like that. With Action based on the Lack of Knowledge.

    Bless & pray for me, Father

Leave a Reply