The seven canonical prayers have their root in the Psalms. David said;"Seven times a day, do I praise you of your righteous Judgement" Psalm This hour is prayed early in the morning, and commemorates the Resurrection of the Lord Psalm In this hour of the day, the Holy Spirit came down upon the Apostles as tongues of fire Acts At this hour also, Our Lord Jesus Christ was condemned. In this hour, Our Lord Jesus Christ was crucified John This hour commemorates the death of our Lord in the flesh upon the tree and the testimony of the thief at his right hand Matthew Instituted to commemorate the removing of the body of the Lord Jesus Christ from the Cross.
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This originates from a psalm written by the prophet David. We celebrate this so early because Psalm " Within this hour we thank God for keeping us throughout the night safely and bringing us to a new and glorious morning that we ask Him to bless. It should be prayed before breakfast since you give three metanias. Most of us usally sleep through this hour. Who can actually say they have not hit the snooze button repeatedly because five more minutes is more tempting than reading the Psalms?
Actually, the Psalms are beautiful songs to begin the day with. Ever heard of this song, "The Heavens declare the Glory of God and the firmament shows His handiwork? Psalm 18 " What better way to start your morning than singing to our Creator! This is really the hour is occurred as mentioned in the Bible in Acts At this hour, also, our Lord was condemned.
Here we ask for the working of the Holy Spirit in our lives. He provides guidance in situations we might encounter such as a dead car battery and accidents or even serious decisions concerning your future.
Think of this hour as your Wheaties Cereal for the day. As mentioned in John , the crucifixion really did occur at the sixth hour. This time we ask forgiveness of our sins as we recognize His sacrifice for our salvation. The NONE is the ninth hour prayed at 3 PM commemorating the death of our Lord in the flesh upon the tree and the testimony of the thief at His right hand.
We ask to be accepted like the right-hand thief was. Here we thank God for keeping us through the day and bringing us to the evening. It is the last hour of the daily life of man, since sleep is a "small death.
The prayers end with pure comfort that we are ready to sleep even if it is the sleep of death. The Gospels of every hour have a message. Even though you can read these at home, you probably will not get the full effect of the message as placed in each hour. The NONE gives the blessings through the five loaves and two fish. All these messages are reminders to consciously shape each day as a Christian. The Psalms of every hour are usually twelve in number with some exceptions.
The psalms concern prayer and supplications to God about issues we may forget in personal prayer. The psalms revolve around thanks-giving, asking mercy, asking help, repentance, and praises. The psalms are beautiful and cover all types of your moods. If you feel helpless and in trouble, Psalm 69 is a cry to the Lord to "make haste. Will You forget me forever? Psalm If you need a time of praise, "Praise the Lord! If you want to cry to God, "I cry out to the Lord with my voice; with my voice to the Lord, I make my supplication" Psalm No matter what you are experiencing, there is a psalm for the emotion.
King David was a man like us and lived the life cycle of this world where he saw good days and bad days. With these psalms, he expressed his emotions to God and the psalms also help us to do likewise. We can never say "Kyrie Eleison" enough. We have sinned and continue to live lives full of sin in this world. We struggle and face the Lord crying to Him with these sins embracing our minds saying in eeach hour, "Lord have mercy" forty-one times.
Thrity-nine of these correspond to the flogging which the Lord sustained; the remaining two correspond to the Crown of Thorns and the piercing of the side of the Lord. It covers all hours and all types of petitions we have for the Lord.
You can only win by praying through this book. It may seem burdensome, but slowly it can become a powerful connection to God. It is a constant conversation with Him through your day.
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Allons nous prosterner, allons prier le Christ, notre Roi. Allons nous prosterner, allons supplier le Christ, notre Sauveur. Brisons leurs liens. Et maintenant, rois, conduisez-vous avec sagesse!
This originates from a psalm written by the prophet David. We celebrate this so early because Psalm " Within this hour we thank God for keeping us throughout the night safely and bringing us to a new and glorious morning that we ask Him to bless. It should be prayed before breakfast since you give three metanias. Most of us usally sleep through this hour.
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Thank you. Your message was sent successfully! Close Sorry, there was an error sending your form. It contains prayers for seven different hours to be said throughout the day. The hours are chronologically laid out, each containing a theme corresponding to events in the life of our Lord Jesus Christ. It is followed by various Psalms, an excerpt from the Holy Gospel, and Litanies. Lord Have Mercy is then chanted 41 times representing the 39 lashes Christ received before the crucifixion, plus one for the spear in His side, plus one for the crown of thorns , followed by several other prayers and a conclusion.
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