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The Greatest Mystery of God's Love: Incarnation In the modern world, we are accustomed/trained/ to think everything in terms of rigid rules and formulae; calculus and Newtonian laws. It takes faith and courage to believe in Miracles!. What do you think the greatest miracle of all? Many  Christians might quickly...

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You see it everywhere Red and Green Christmas trees and lights Santa and cookies It is officially Christmas season   We have all heard it many times, “Are you in the Christmas spirit?” But what does it mean to be in the “Christmas spirit”?   Christmas is the day we...

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In the name of the Father the Son the Holy Spirit One God Amen!!! Every year the Eritrean Orthodox Tewahdo Church celebrates “Hidar Tsion” on the 21st of November in geez calendar.  It is one of the 33 Holidays that our church has put for St. Mary. The history of...

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Throughout the centuries our almighty God sent the Holy Prophets to predict different events and facts concerning the promised Savior. It was the Holy Trinity that prophesied first about the coming of Jesus Christ. God promised Adam that him and his descendants would be saved after 5500 years through his...

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Halloween: "Oh, It's Just for FUN"

As October 31st draws near, I want to make all uninformed Christians in our Diocese aware of certain traditions celebrated in the United States on this day. The "Halloween" celebration pays tribute to Satan. Every act revolving around Halloween is in honor of false gods. False gods are spirits in...

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The Three Sundays prior to Christmas: Zemene Sebket, Brhan and Nolawi

The Three Sundays preceding to The Feast of Nativity (Ldet) from Tahsas 7-27 (December 16-January 5) are known as Zemene Sebket (Season of Preaching): in which that talks about the prophecy that the prophets had about the incarnation of the Word (Son the God) whom is Saviour. Brhan (Light): During this season the prophets foretold the incarnation of God who is symbolized Light. Nolawi (Shepherd): and during this period the church teaches us about the True Shepherd who gave His life for the sake of HIs sheeps (children). In the three weeks of this season, we prepare with great expectation for the incarnation of Christ in a spirit of patience waiting for Hope.

Our church recognizes these three holidays as one of the minor feasts of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.

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We kiss the hands of bishops and priests because in the context of the Divine Liturgy, the hands hold and distribute the holy Body and Blood of our Lord, God and Savior Jesus Christ! This is an enduring and centuries old tradition in the Eastern Christendom that has a purely metaphorical connotation; of course, this is not to leave out..... Read More »

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Life = Jesus Christ "I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me" (John 14:6). 
"In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. He was in the beginning with God. All things were made through Him and without Him nothing was made that..... Read More »

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We should not participate in any dance because dancing involves bodily movements which are sexually suggestive and can be classified under the heading of "lasciviousness or lewdness" (Gal 5:19-21). Surely a Christian would not want to engage in that type of activity. The close body contact or the erotic movements that characterize so many of the rock-oriented dances would arouse..... Read More »

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The Jews used the blood of the Calf and the curse of the death of the first born "passed over" them. Exodus 12 explains in more detail but I will put some verses from there here: "For I will pass through the land of Egypt on that night, and will strike all the firstborn in the land of Egypt, both..... Read More »

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There is a difference between betting and assigning a prize in a competition. Having contestants compete to win a prize in a competition is not a sin but betting on who is going to win is like gambling and is a sin. In dealing with each other the Holy Bible says, "Be kindly affectionate to one another with brotherly love,..... Read More »

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The answer to this question is simple as our scholar father John Chrysostom said "The Law of the King [Fitha Negest] - A Christian must not go to a wedding {nuptial banquet] to clap his hand rhythmically or to dance with his feet; rather he shall eat in a quiet way as is proper to saint.  Chapter 11. or 446..... Read More »

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