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The Divine Liturgies Of Our Fathers by Saint John Chrysostom

Thou that hast brought all things to maturity by thy word, O Lord, and commanded the earth to bring forth all manner of fruits, for our enjoyment and nourishment; who on seeds didst make the three Children and Daniel fairer than all that lived daintily in Babylon; do thyself, O all-good King, bless these seeds also with the diverse fruits, and hallow those that partake of them; for unto thy glory, and in honour of Saint N., are these things set forth of thy servants, and in memory of those that in the pious faith are deceased. Grant, moreover, O Good One, both to those that have prepared these things, and to those that celebrate this memorial, their petitions unto salvation, and the enjoyment of thine eternal good things; at the intercessions of our all-undefiled Lady, Theotokos and ever virgin Mary, of Saint N., whose memory also we celebrate, and I of all thy Saints. For thou art he that blesseth and halloweth all things, O Christ our God, and to thee we send up glory, together with thine unoriginate Father, and thine All-holy, and good, and life-giving Spirit, now, and ever, and unto the ages of the ages. Amen.








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