St Isaac the Syrian Homily 12 (continued) "I will sing to the Lord as long as I live"

by Fr Emmanuel Stamatiou | Thursdays at Evangelismos Orthodox Church / Perth Western Australia

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  1. Marie Moraitis

    No comment.

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  2. Marie Moraitis

    Amen.

    Glory to God

    And to you who preach His Word.

    Reply
  3. Marie Moraitis

    Dear Father Emmanuel

    As my spiritual Father,

    you have neglected me.

    Because you’re always busy, to be spiritual

    teaching me, and you, when I make Appmt with you, you only have time of five minutes before you have people to see.

    Then, you and the people in your confession room, stay and talk for over half an hour .

    Your neglect of me, has saddened me,
    and you don’t take me seriously,
    Spiritual neglect nothing else. Causes a heavy pain in my soul . I don’t know your thoughts about my spiritual growth,
    You also, never answer my phone calls, or return my messages.

    And I don’t understand why? You haven’t told me, unless you tell me, I don’t know the reason. I wish you could tell me why you treat me so extremely different to the other people who contact you.

    Please tell me.

    Reply

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St Isaac the Syrian: Homily 14 – Part 2 – “Tears: From Tears of Repentance to Tears of Joy and Thanksgiving”

St Isaac the Syrian: Homily 14 – Part 2 – “Tears: From Tears of Repentance to Tears of Joy and Thanksgiving”

This talk is titled: St Isaac the Syrian: Homily 14 – Part 2 – “Tears: From Tears of Repentance to Tears of Joy and Thanksgiving”

Fr. Emmanuel reflects on the sublime wisdom contained in the ‘Ascetical Homilies’ of St. Isaac the Syrian. In this ongoing series, specific themes, instructions and insights on the life of prayer and stillness are examined in detail.

Fr. Emmanuel Stamatiou is the parish priest of the Holy Church of the Annunciation of Our lady the Theotokos, “Evangelismos”, in Perth Western Australia. This is taken from his ongoing podcast ‘Orthodox Thursdays at Evangelismos’.

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St Isaac the Syrian: Homily 14 – “Though you may endeavour to suspend yourself by your eyelids before God- you have attained nothing until you have attained tears”

St Isaac the Syrian: Homily 14 – “Though you may endeavour to suspend yourself by your eyelids before God- you have attained nothing until you have attained tears”

This talk is titled: St Isaac the Syrian: Homily 14 – “Though you may endeavour to suspend yourself by your eyelids before God- you have attained nothing until you have attained tears”

Fr. Emmanuel reflects on the sublime wisdom contained in the ‘Ascetical Homilies’ of St. Isaac the Syrian. In this ongoing series, specific themes, instructions and insights on the life of prayer and stillness are examined in detail.

Fr. Emmanuel Stamatiou is the parish priest of the Holy Church of the Annunciation of Our lady the Theotokos, “Evangelismos”, in Perth Western Australia. This is taken from his ongoing podcast ‘Orthodox Thursdays at Evangelismos’.

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St Isaac the Syrian: Homily 13 – “Stillness is not to worry about day to day matters”

St Isaac the Syrian: Homily 13 – “Stillness is not to worry about day to day matters”

This talk is titled: St Isaac the Syrian: Homily 13 – “Stillness is not to worry about day to day matters”.

Fr. Emmanuel reflects on the sublime wisdom contained in the ‘Ascetical Homilies’ of St. Isaac the Syrian. In this ongoing series, specific themes, instructions and insights on the life of prayer and stillness are examined in detail.

Fr. Emmanuel Stamatiou is the parish priest of the Holy Church of the Annunciation of Our lady the Theotokos, “Evangelismos”, in Perth Western Australia. This is taken from his ongoing podcast ‘Orthodox Thursdays at Evangelismos’.

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3 Comments

  1. Marie Moraitis

    No comment.

    Reply
  2. Marie Moraitis

    Amen.

    Glory to God

    And to you who preach His Word.

    Reply
  3. Marie Moraitis

    Dear Father Emmanuel

    As my spiritual Father,

    you have neglected me.

    Because you’re always busy, to be spiritual

    teaching me, and you, when I make Appmt with you, you only have time of five minutes before you have people to see.

    Then, you and the people in your confession room, stay and talk for over half an hour .

    Your neglect of me, has saddened me,
    and you don’t take me seriously,
    Spiritual neglect nothing else. Causes a heavy pain in my soul . I don’t know your thoughts about my spiritual growth,
    You also, never answer my phone calls, or return my messages.

    And I don’t understand why? You haven’t told me, unless you tell me, I don’t know the reason. I wish you could tell me why you treat me so extremely different to the other people who contact you.

    Please tell me.

    Reply

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