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It underestimates the saving Word of God which sustains the Liturgy, and to which the Liturgy always refers. A metrical translation of an ancient Orthodox prayer is found in the second verse of the Anglican hymn, Ye Watchers and Ye Holy Ones. But many times its exactly where God wants us to be, because thats where we find him. The recordings are available for purchase in units of one month each and download as .mp3 files for easy transfer to your .mp3 player, smart phone, laptop, tablet, or a CD.

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Publisher: Pilgrim Press (June 1, 2005)

ISBN: 0829816127

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