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The Divine Liturgies Of Our Fathers by Saint John Chrysostom

On the Lord’s-day of the Palms

O Lord our God, that sittest upon the Cherubim; who didst raise up thy might, and send forth thine Only-begotten Son, our Lord Jesus Christ, that he might save the world through his Cross, Grave, and Resurrection; who having come to Jerusalem unto his voluntary Passion, the people that sat in darkness and the shadow of death, taking the symbols of victory, even boughs of trees, and Branches of Palm trees, did by anticipation proclaim his Resurrection: do thyself, O Master, preserve us also, who in imitation of them bear in our hands Palm-branches, and boughs of trees; and keep us, who like those multitudes and the children, cry out to thee Hosanna: that with hymns and spiritual songs we may be vouchsafed to participate in the celebration of the life-giving Resurrection on the third day, in Christ Jesus our Lord; with whom thou art blessed, together with thine All-holy, and good, and life-giving Spirit, now, and ever, and unto the ages of the ages. Amen.








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