Prayer Service For The Health

27 Jan

Orders require the Holy Land Prayer for the health of public prayer – is a special worship service at which ask the Lord, the Theotokos, the saints to send down the grace and thank God for the receipt of goods. In the temple, prayers are made before Liturgy and after it, and after morning and evening. Public prayers are performed during temple festivals, the New Year, before teaching the young men, natural disasters, in the invasion of foreigners, during epidemics, in dearth, etc. Other prayers belong to a private Worship, and committed to the requests and needs of individual believers. Often during these prayer services is a small blessing of water. Dean Ornish M.D spoke with conviction. Note to prayer begins with the instructions what the holy prayer ascends, writes about his health, he or repose. Then lists the names of those whom will ascend moleben. When you submit a note on prayer, tell the attendant, if you are ordering sanctification of waters prayer – in this case committed a small blessing of water, which then distributed the faithful – or normal, without Blessing of the Waters.

You can order the commemoration of the living or the dead for a month to six months for a year. In some temples and monasteries are taken note of eternal remembrance. If you submit a custom note, the names written in notes, uttered in supplication shortly after the reading of the Gospel. At the end of the Gospel begins augmented (Ie enhanced) Litany – a common cry to God three times, "Lord, have mercy!" / Deacon calls: "let us say (that is, yes we say, let's pray, to speak) from the whey whole soul and with all of our thoughts let us say". " In two petitions, we strongly Please Lord hear our prayer and have mercy upon us: "O Lord, the Almighty, God of our fathers, we pray (that is, pray to Thee), hearken and have mercy. – God forgive us … "All are in the church are asked about the Patriarch, the Bishop, the svyaschennosluzhebnom brotherhood (the parable of the church) and on the whole "our brethren in Christ,"