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Friday, December 12, 2008

Turbo's Journy





This is the journy of my friend Turbo. I met him for the first time some months ago at a conference in Missouri.

As seen from the website, this is the content of what the audio is about:

"On this week's Journey, Jacob Lee talks with a man with a
remarkable story of conversion. From dabbling in drugs, witchcraft and magic to
discovering Christianity, hear how one man's conversion to Christ and then to
the Orthodox Church changed his life.
Listen Now (mp3)! or click below to
listen."





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1 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hello,
Pray for me a sinner,
Gleanings from Orthodox authors and Holy Fathers,
Your enemy,
the evil one,
the father of lies,
does not slumber; and endeavors, by every means open to him,
to harden your heart --- to make it false and crafty,
to drive out from it faith and hope in God - together with love for Him and love and sympathy for your neighbor - and to occupy you with worldly, temporal interests. Watch yourself,
watch the thoughts of your heart, and do not bind yourself in the chains of worldly desires and pleasures.
Let your happiness be in the one God and the human soul. St. John of Kronstadt (+1908)
It is always possible to make a new start by means of repentance. 'For a righteous man may fall seven times And rise again' (Prov. 24:16).
And if you fall again,
then rise again,
without despairing at all of your salvation,
no matter what happens.
So long as you do not surrender yourself willingly to the enemy, your patient endurance,
combined with self-reproach,
will suffice for your salvation. 'For we ourselves were also once foolish,
disobedient,
'says St. Paul, '...not by works of righteousness which we have done,
but according to His mercy He saved us'
(Tit. 3:3,5). ''St. Peter of Damaskos.
Lord have mercy on me a sinner,
ICXC NIKA
eleni
pray for me a sinner.

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