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Tuesday December 31st, 2002 - Prayer of the Week on Matt. 2:13-23

Let us Pray to the Lord. Lord have Mercy.

O Lord Your earthly parents fled into Egypt to protect You from the plot of Herod. His evil raged against all life from the murdering of his own family to the killing of the Holy Innocents. We pray for protection against such evil. We pray for the conversion of those who manipulate human life without acknowledging that only You are the giver of life and its beginning and end are in Your hands. Grant us the power to confront this evil with Your Holy Gospel to bring about the abundant life. We pray in the name of the Father Son and Holy Spirit. Amen

Monday December 16th, 2002 - Prayer of the Week on Luke 14: 16-24

Let us Pray to the Lord. Lord have Mercy.

O Lord You prepared the world for Your coming by revealing Your power through the Holy Forefathers by Divine fire. They were not consumed by it but rather enlightened and accepted the invitation to Your heavenly banquet. We humbly beg you to send Your Divine fire on us so that we do not let worldly pursuits prevent us from accepting Your invitation. Grant O Lord that when you shut the doors to Your kingdom we will be present at Your table when the celebration begins. We pray in the name of the Father Son and Holy spirit. Amen

Monday December 9th, 2002 - Prayer of the Week of protection for children on St. Nicholas day

Let us Pray to the Lord. Lord have Mercy.

Through the prayers of St. Nicholas, O Lord we ask You to protect these little children and especially Jennifer who is sick. May Your healing power which descended upon St. Nicholas so descend upon the doctors and nurses who are tending her so that she may be healed of all infection and return to the glory of Your holy name of the Father. Son and Holy Spirit. Amen. O Holy St. Nicholas pray to Christ our God that He may heal her.

Monday , December 2nd, 2002 - Prayer of the Week for Blessing Bells

Let us Pray to the Lord. Lord have Mercy.

O Master, God the Father Almighty, Who, at the voice of the trumpet, when seven priests went before the Ark of Testimony, caused the firm walls of Jericho to fall down and crumble, and delivered all living in the city into the hands of Your people: Fill now also these bells with your heavenly blessing, that the voice of its ringing, when it is heard, may banish the power of contrary winds far away from the cities of Your faithful, and extinguish all the arrows of their fiery destruction falling upon us, that is, devouring lightning, and by Your all-powerful and mighty right arm, let the falling hail, and every evil and harmful wind be held back and driven away; and, let them be appeased, calmed and banished. For You work all these things to Your glory, that they may be a means to our salvation. In the name of the Father Son and Holy Spirit. Amen

We will have our bell blessing ceremony after the Vesperal Liturgy for St. Nicholas on Thursday at 6:30 PM. Check out the picture of the bells on our web site www.stlukeothodox.com under Events.