Boules Malak – The Rites & Hymns of The Great Lent – 03 – Meghalo & Apenchois
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The ever-greatest pure highpriest forever is the Holy God, Holy Mighty, Holy Immortal, Who was crucified for us, have mercy upon us.
Our Lord Jesus Christ, fasted for us, forty days and forty nights, to save us from our sins.
And we too let us fast, with purity and righteousness, and let us also pray, proclaiming and saying.
“I have sinned I have sinned, my Lord Jesus forgive me, for there is no servant without sin, nor a master without forgiveness.”
Our Father who art in heaven, hallowed be Your name, may Your kingdom come, for Yours is the glory forever.
The incense is Mary, the incense is in her womb, which she will borne, to forgive us our sins.
Let us praise with the angels, proclaiming and saying, “Worthy worthy, worthy O Mary the Virgin.”
St. Antony Monastery of Newberry Springs, California presents: The Holy Coptic Agpeya, prayed in the English language, including the First, Third, and Sixth hours. Fr. Anastasi Saint Antony prays some of the priest’s parts along with recordings from the blessed deacons. The beautiful thing about this recording is that the psalms are sung and not only read. Each album if being sold for only $3.00. You can listen to previews of the CD at the websites below and is available for immediate download upon purchase.
The CD was recorded to fund raise for the completion of the Church of St. Moses the Strong. Please take the blessing of participating in the building of this church. Donate Now to St. Antony’s Monastery on their website.
Introduction to Every Hour, The First Hour, Conclusion
The Third Hour & The Sixth Hour
St. Anthony’s Monastery – Great Lent & Holy Week Hymns – 02 – Through Prayer and Fasting
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Second Doxology for the Holy Great Lent
Fasting and prayer, are the salvation for our souls, purity and righteousness, they are what please God.
+ Fasting has raised Moses, up to the mountain, until he received the Law for us, from the Lord our God.
Fasting has raised Elijah, up to heaven, and has saved Daniel, from the den of lions.
+ Our Lord Jesus Christ, has fasted for us, forty days and forty nights, to save us from our sins.
And we too should also fast, with purity and righteousness, and let us also pray, proclaiming and saying.
+ “Our Father who art in heaven, hallowed be Your name, may Your kingdom come, for Yours is the glory forever Amen.”