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2014 Tone 4 9 Mar 37ap 5trio 1lent Orthodoxy

2014 Tone 4 9 Mar 37ap 5trio 1lent Orthodoxy

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Greek Orthodox Christian Sunday Matins Hymns in Tone 4 on 9 March 2014, 37th Sunday After Pentecost, 5th Sunday of Triodion, 1st Sunday of Great Lent, Sunday of the Triumph of Orthodoxy.
Greek Orthodox Christian Sunday Matins Hymns in Tone 4 on 9 March 2014, 37th Sunday After Pentecost, 5th Sunday of Triodion, 1st Sunday of Great Lent, Sunday of the Triumph of Orthodoxy.

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Compiled, Adapted, Edited & Printed By Marguerite Paizis
 Archondissa 
 & Teacher By Divine GraceGreek Orthodox Patriarchate Of Alexandria & All Africa  Archdiocese Of Good Hope Holy Church Of The Dormition Of The Mother Of God Po Box 28348 Sunridge Park - 6008 Republic Of South Africa marguerite.paizis@gmail.comor download directly from – Marguerite Paizis on Scribd(Re-edited & Published - 01 March 2014
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Eothinon 4 Katavasis of Sunday of Orthodoxy
Our Eternal Gratitude to God and to His Faithful Servant, Pater Seraphim Dedes, of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America for the original Greek and English texts, which have helped so many to participate in these wonderful Holy Services. Please go to his website for the original texts:
 
www.ematins.org
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Sunday of the Triumph of Orthodoxy
Sunday of the Triumph of Orthodoxy is celebrated on the First Sunday of Great Lent – and it is the joyous Commemoration of the Victory of the Iconodules over the Iconoclasts by the confirmed decision of the Seventh Ecumenical Council. The Hymns of Vespers, Matins and the Divine Liturgy pay tribute to the rightful restoration of Orthodox Icons as being essential to the worship and Devotional Life of all Faithful Christians. To remind us of the great significance of the restoration of Holy Icons as an essential part of our Orthodox Worship of God and veneration of His Holy Saints and Heavenly Hosts, the Clergy and the Faithful process around the church holding a variety of Holy Icons. The procession is halted every so often while certain hymns are chanted and the Priest pronounces the anathemas against the enemies of Divine Truth. Each Sunday of Great Lent has its own special historical and Spiritual Theme and this period was especially significant for Catechumens who were preparing for their Holy Baptism and thus, Entry into the Holy Church of Christ. The theme of Sunday of the Triumph of Orthodoxy concerns the great Victory of the True Faith – the Divine Truth of Almighty God, which is
“... the Victory that overcomes the world...” 
 (1 John 5 : 4) Furthermore the Holy Icons of our Saviour and His Holy Saints bear witness to the Divine Truth that we are
“... created in the Image and Likeness of God.”
 (Genesis 1:26)  We become Sanctified and restored to our original God-Likeness through our constant Spiritual Struggles, Fasting and Purification (Repentance-Confession and Holy Eucharist) as God’s living Image. The connection of the great Victory over the heretical iconoclasm with Lent is purely historical because the first “Triumph of Orthodoxy” occurred on this particular First Sunday of Great Lent. The First Sunday of Great Lent originally commemorated the Holy Prophets of God such as St Moses, St Aaron and St Samuel. The Divine Liturgy “
 Alleluia 
” verses and Sacred Readings/Lessons that are appointed for this day reflect this older purpose. The Epistle of St Paul is a completion of his Epistle to the Hebrews 11: 24-26 & 11: 32 – 12: 2. The Catechumens of the early Church heard the Epistle concerning the Old Covenant men who lived by their unwavering Faith in a Divine Promise, the eventual Fulfilment of which they themselves did not live to witness.  After the Righteous Faithful of the Old Covenant are mentioned, St Paul wrote:
“... and all these, having obtained a Good Testimony through Faith, did not receive the Promise – God having provided Something better for us, that they should not be made Perfect apart from us.”
The Sacred Gospel Lesson is from the Holy Gospel according to St John the Divine and Beloved Theologian (John 1 : 43 – 51), which ends with an explanation of the
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” that is mentioned by St Paul. Our Lord Jesus Christ told His Faithful Disciples and Apostles that they – and we, too - would
“... see greater Things than these...” 
 (meaning His Great Divine Miracles). He continued:
“... Truly, truly, I say to you: hereafter you shall see Heaven open, and the Angels of God ascending and descending upon the Son of Man...
The Catechumens of the early Church and the Faithful Disciples of Christ – past and present, who were and are preparing for Holy Pascha –will all eventually see the inauguration of the New Age, which is the Fulfilment of all Divine Promises, and the Glorious Manifestation of the Eternal Kingdom of God through the Incarnation of Christ in His Holy Church.
http://orthodoxwiki.org/Sunday_of_Orthodoxy
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paranomounta, dia nistias enikisan. Di’ aftis ke imas Sotir axioson, tis Anastaseos tihin, outo voontas.
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Agios O Theos!
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Agios Ishiros!
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Agios Athanatos, eleison imas!
e nin ke Ai ke is tous eonas ton eonon.
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Three Youths, descendants of Abraham, by Fasting, overcame the Law-breaking tyrant. Through Fasting, make us also worthy, O Saviour, to arrive at Thy Resurrection, as thus we cry aloud:
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Holy God!
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 Holy Immortal! Have Mercy on us!
ow and ever, and to the Ages of ages.
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horian tin entheon, tis ekklisias tous presvies, tous dinatos iketevontas, Hriston katapempse, tes psihes imon irinin, ke Mega Eleos.
havmastos O Theos en tis Agiis Aftou.
eris sinagogi kratea, ke Iera ke tropeouhos parataxis, i pirgi tis evsevias, i Stratiote Hristou, i sterri oplite ke aittiti, ton noun evtonotati, ke psihi andriotati, to onti Thii, ke Theo pothinotati, Horos Agios ke Thelekton sistima, Martyres Tessarakonta, i isi tin Athlisin, isis tin gnomin ke isous, ke tous stefanous dexameni, Hriston disopite, tes psihes imon dothine, to Mega Eleos.
is Agiis tis en ti gi aftou ethavmastosen O Kyrios.
eris, Tropeoforos Plithis! I en polemis andrikos aristefsasa, asteres i dielthontes, dia piros ke krimou, ke idaton pixin dialisantes, i gin Ouranosantes, ke ta panta fotisantes, i en tis kolpis, Avraam nin thalpomeni, i horevontes, sin Angelon stratevmasi, Martyres Tessarakonta, ta anthi ta pneonta, tin evodian tis ontos, pnevmatikis diadoseos, Hriston disopite, tes psihes imon dothine, to Mega Eleos.
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oxa Patri, ke Io, ke Agio Pnevmati 
fought as Comrades, all for one and invincible. They were Guardians of the Faith, a Protective Wall. Such are the Forty Martyred Saints – a Chorus Inspired by God, the Church’s Great Intercessors, who make Entreaties Most Powerful to chirst, that He send down lasting Peace upon the world and Great Mercy on our soul.
od is Wondrous in His Saints.
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ighty, Sacred Assembly, rejoice! O decorated and unbeatable Regiment, the Towers of True Religion, You are the Soldiers of Christ, rugged men in Armour and Invincible. Most focussed in intellect and most manly in soul are You – Truly Divine Men and exceedingly Loved by God, and a Holy Choir, and God-Chosen Army Corps. O Forty Martyrs of our Lord, all equal in Suffering – in frame of mind You were equal, and You received equal Laurel Crowns. To Christ pray intently, and Entreat that His Great Mercy be granted to our soul.
he Lord has done Marvellous Things for His Saints who are on Earth.
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ejoice, O Holy Prize-Winning Band! Manfully fighting in the Battles with excellence, O Stars who, after You passed through the Test of Fire and Cold, by Your Ardent Faith, melted the frozen lake. A Heaven You made of Earth; You Illumined the Universe. You now are kept warm in the Bosom of Abraham, and in Chorus dance with Angelical Regiments. O Forty Martyrs of our Lord, the Flowers of Paradise emitting Spiritual Fragrance, indeed dispensing the Spirit’s Gifts: to Christ pray intently, and Entreat that His Great Mercy be granted to our soul.
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lory to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit 
Festal Verses
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 Orthodoxy Sunday 
 
ONE
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osis to kero tis egkratias, Nomon edexato ke laon epespasato, Ilias nistefsas, Ouranous apeklise. Tris de Pedes Avramiaii, tyrannon
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oses, after a time of self-control, received the Law and won over the people. Elias, in Fasting, caused the closing of the heavens; and the
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Psalm 117 /118
PRAISE TO GOD FOR HIS EVERLASTING MERCY
heos Kyrios ke Epefanen imin. Evlogimenos O erhomenos en Onomati Kyriou 
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STIHOS 1:
xomologisthe to Kyrio, oti agathos, oti is ton eona to eleos aftou!
heos Kyrios ke Epefanen imin. Evlogimenos O erhomenos en Onomati Kyriou 
!
STIHOS 2:
anta ta ethni ekiklosan me, ke to Onomati Kyriou inamin aftous.
heos Kyrios ke Epefanen imin. Evlogimenos O erhomenos en Onomati Kyriou 
!
STIHOS 3:
ara Kyriou egeneto afti, ke esti thavmasti en ofthalmis imon.
heos Kyrios ke Epefanen imin. Evlogimenos O erhomenos en Onomati Kyriou 
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he Lord is God, and has Appeared to us. Blessed is He Who comes in the Name of the Lord!
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ive thanks to the Lord, for He is Good; His Mercy endures forever!
he Lord is God, and has Appeared to us. Blessed is He Who comes in the Name of the Lord!
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ll the nations surrounded me, but in the Name of the Lord I drove them back.
he Lord is God, and has Appeared to us. Blessed is He Who comes in the Name of the Lord!
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his is the Lord’s doing, and it is marvellous in our eyes.
he Lord is God, and has Appeared to us. Blessed is He Who comes in the Name of the Lord!
Resurrection Apolytikion 
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ONE
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o fedron tis Anastaseos Kirigma ek tou Angelou mathouse e tou Kyriou mathitrie ke tin progonikin apofasin aporipsase, tis Apostolis kafhomene elegon. Eskilefte O thanatos, igerthi Hristos O Theos, doroumenos to kosmo to Mega Eleos.
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oxa Patri, ke Io, ke Agio Pnevmati
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hen the Women Disciples of the Lord had learnt from the Angels the Glad Tidings of the Resurrection that had cast away the condemnation of their Forefather, they spoke exultingly to the Apostles: Death is no more: Christ-God is Risen, granting to the world Great Mercy.
>
lory to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit 
Festal Apolytikion
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 40 Sebaste Martyrs 
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ONE
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as algindonas ton Agion, as iper Sou epathon, disopithiti Kyrie, ke pasas imon tas odinas, iase Filanthrope deometha.
e nin ke Ai ke is tous eonas ton eonon.
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he Holy Martyrs suffered painful tortures for Thy sake, O Lord; be compelled by what they endured, and heal our every pain, we entreat Thee, as the Only One Who Loves humanity.
ow and ever, and to the Ages of ages.
men
Festal Apolytikion
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 Orthodoxy Sunday 
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ONE
2
in ahranton Ikona Sou, proskinoumen Agathe, etoumeni sighorisin ton ptesmaton imon, Hriste O Theos. Voulisi gar iidokisas sarki, anelthin
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e venerate Thine Immaculate Icon, O Good Lord, and Entreat Thee to forgive our offences, O Christ our God. By Thine own choice Thou

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