41: Let thy mercies come also unto me, O LORD, even thy salvation, according to thy word. 76: Let, I pray thee, thy merciful kindness be for my comfort, according to thy word unto thy servant.
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Apr 08 2007
Easter Sunday Armenian: Զատիկ (Zatik or Zadik, literally “separation”) or Սուրբ Հարություն (Sourb Haroutiwn, literally “holy resurrection”) Easter Sunday celebrates the joy of the Resurrection; Easter Sunday is followed by a period of 40 days, during which time there are no saints’ days or fasting days.
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Apr 07 2007
The Reading of the 12 Lessons: * Genesis 1:1-3,24 * Genesis 22:1-18 * Exodus 12:1-24 * Jonah 1:1-4,11 * Exodus 14:24-15:2 * Isaiah 60:1-13 * Job 38:1-30 * IV Kings 2:1-22 * Joshua 1:1-9 * Jeremiah 31:31-34 * Ezekie1 37:1-14 * Danie1 3:1-90 This last reading of Daniel is read by a chorus leader and three other readers who represent the three young men who were thrown in the fire but were not burned, symbolizing the entombment of Jesus who, although buried, did not see corruption.
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Apr 06 2007
Holy Friday Holy Friday (In Armenia, High Friday: Ավագ Ուրբաթ) is the most solemn and sad day for Christians. It is likely that the name “Good Friday” came from the earlier English name, “Godes Friday,” meaning “God’s Friday.”
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Apr 05 2007
Holy Thursday Holy Thursday marks the institution of Holy Communion, which Christ distributed to His 12 apostles at the Last Supper. Today’s Scripture (Reading) Genesis 22:1-18 Isaiah 61:1-7 Mark 14:1-26 I Corinthians 11:23-32 Matthew 26:17-30 John 13:1-15 Daily Prayer and Scripture taken from the Armenian Church website armenian church, lent, prayer, readings, scripture
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Apr 04 2007
Holy Wednesday On Holy Wednesday, we recall the fallen woman who anoints Christ with costly oil and kisses His feet, in contrast to Judas who betrayed Christ for money. Today’s Scripture (Reading) Mark 14:1-11 Genesis 18:1-19:30 Zechariah 11:11-14 Matthew 26:3-16 Daily Prayer and Scripture taken from the Armenian Church website armenian church, lent, prayer, readings, scripture
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Apr 03 2007
Today’s Scripture (Reading) Mark 12:13-44 Genesis 6:9-9:17 Isaiah 40:9-17 Matthew 24:1-26:2 Daily Prayer and Scripture taken from the Armenian Church website armenian church, lent, prayer, readings, scripture
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Mar 30 2007
I am God, and there is none like me, declaring the end from the beginning and from ancient times things not yet done, saying, `My counsel shall stand, and I will accomplish all my purpose,’ calling a bird of prey from the east, the man of my counsel from a far country.
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Mar 28 2007
Week 6 (Day 38): Prayer To Do Today Reflect on Jesus’ 40 days in the wilderness. Today’s Prayer But you alone, Lord God, who loves mankind without revenge and with forbearing, on the day of the terrible last judgment when my sinful soul is judged, take into account these heart-rending words of self-reproach and contrition that I myself have written instead of waiting to hear them from you, God of compassion.
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Mar 26 2007
Week 6 (Day 36): Prayer To Do Today Read about prayer in Matthew 6:5-15. Today’s Prayer But since I am condemned before the all-knowing God, who has placed the unseen passions of the mind onto the scale of justice, and seeks to judge me by these in the most just way, I shall not pretend before the all-seeing, deceive the one who scrutinizes everything, lie to the one who counts faults when conceived, not when committed, use trickery to favorably impress the Great One, mask my unruly debauchery with the appearance of a good person, take on airs of self-discipline while being forever weak, dress in other?s costumes, bask in other?s splendor, put on finery to cover the ugliness of my body.
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