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Whispers of an Immortalist: Ministry of Christ 1

Theophany (Baptism of Jesus Christ) Whispers of an Immortalist: Ministry of Christ 1

Orthodox Way of Life: January 2012. By his baptism Jesus sanctified the nature of water. He took all our sins upon himself and destroyed them by his death on the cross and by his resurrection. The Orthodox Church has a ceremony of blessing the waters and casting a crucifix into them on Epiphany. Please correct me if I am wrong as I am a Roman Catholic, but have great respect and reverence for  Orthodox spirituality.

Icon – Theophany – Baptism of Jesus in the River Jordan. John the Forerunner & Baptist, Jesus of Nazareth, the Holy Spirit descending and remaining, the Voice of the Father.

https://flic.kr/p/6rk73T | Ascension of Christ | VLUU L200  / Samsung L200  This icon depicts the Ascension of Christ into Heaven being carried up by four angels. This is a combination of two different prototypes. It was painted for the Church of the Nativity of the Virgin Mary (OCA) in Monongahela PA, and was completed in May 2009

The first four Archangels (Michael, Gabriel, Raphael, Uriel) stand in the four corners of The Great Throne of God. A blessed Ascension to you all!

Madre dell'Akathist

The "Akathist" Icon of the Mother of God is located in the Khilendaria cathedral iconostasis. It received this name because, during a fire at the cathedral in an akathist that was read before it remained unharmed. The icon is celebrated Jan

Theophany (Baptism of Jesus Christ) Whispers of an Immortalist: Ministry of Christ 1

Theophany (Baptism of Jesus Christ) Whispers of an Immortalist: Ministry of Christ 1

Icon painted in egg tempera on wood prepared with gesso and linen. Subject: the Baptism of Christ. In the centre, the naked figure of Christ...

Icon painted in egg tempera on wood prepared with gesso and linen. Subject: the Baptism of Christ. In the centre, the naked figure of Christ at the river Jordan which is plunging through a rocky chasm; at left, John the Baptist reaches out with his right

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