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Type of icon: Orthodox Icon#: 11494
Size: 7 x 9
Price: € 45.15 £ 39.11 $ 48.23


Type of icon: Orthodox Icon#: 11495

Commemorated on March 17 / 30

According to Bishop Nikolai Velimirovch in The Prologue from Ohrid:

Varied are the paths along which God leads those who desire to be pleasing to Him and fulfil His Law. In the time of the Emperor Honorius (393-423), there lived in Rome a high imperial dignitary, Euphemianus, very eminent and very rich. Both he and his wife, Agalais, lived lives pleasing to God. Although he was rich, Euphemianus sat down to table only once a day, at sunset. They had an only son, this Alexis, who, when he was grown up, was compelled to marry. But, on the night of the wedding, he left not only his wife but also his father, took ship and went to the town of Edessa in Mesopotamia, where the wonderful Face of the Lord Himself, sent to King Abgar, was kept. Having venerated this Face, Alexis dressed himself in simple clothing and lived for seventeen years as a poor man in that town, constantly praying to God in the porch of the church of the Mother of God. When he became known as a holy man, he shunned the praise of men and so went off and took a ship that was going to Laodicea. By the providence of God, the ship went off course and took him right to Rome. Regarding this as a cross from God, Alexis decided to go to his father`s house and there, unknown, continue his life of self-denial. His father did not recognise him, but from charity allowed him to live in his courtyard in a little shack. There Alexis spent seventeen further years, living only on bread and water. Molested by the servants in many ways, he persevered to the end. And when the end drew near, he wrote a few words on a single sheet of paper, held it in his hand, lay down and breathed his last, on March 17th, 411. Then a voice was heard in the Church of the Holy Apostles, saying to the Emperor, who was present, and the Patriarch: `Look for the Man of God.` Shortly afterwards it was revealed that this Man of God was in Euphemianus`s house. The Emperor, the Pope and their whole escort came to Euphemianus`s house and, after lengthy questioning, discovered that the poor man was the Man of God. When they went into his shack, they found him dead with his face shining like the sun. His parents discovered from the paper that he was their son Alexis; and his bride, who had lived for thirty-four years without him, that this was her husband, and they were overcome by immeasurable sorrow and grief. But then they were comforted, seeing how God had glorified His chosen one. For, on touching his body, many of the sick were healed, and a sweet myrrh came forth from it. He was buried in a coffin of marble and emerald. His head is preserved in the Church of St Laurus in the Peloponnese.

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Type of icon: Orthodox Icon#: 11496

(The Great Martyr Anastasia, the Deliverer from Bonds)

Commemorated on December 22 / January 4

According to Bishop Nikolai Velimirovch in The Prologue from Ohrid:

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Type of icon: Orthodox Icon#: 11497

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Type of icon: Orthodox Icon#: 11498
Size: 6 5/8 x 9
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Type of icon: Orthodox Icon#: 11499
Size: 7 3/4 x 7 5/8
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Type of icon: Orthodox Icon#: 11500
Size: 7 1/4 x 8 1/2
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Type of icon: Orthodox Icon#: 11501

Commemorated on January 18 / 31

According to Bishop Nikolai Velimirovch in The Prologue from Ohrid:

Born in Alexandria in 296, he had from childhood an inclination to the spiritual life. He was a deacon with Archbishop Alexander and accompanied him to Nicaea, to the First Ecumenical Council in 325. At this Council, Athanasius became famed for his learning, his devotion and his zeal for Orthodoxy, and contributed very greatly to the containing of the Arian heresy and the strengthening of Orthodoxy. After the death of Alexander, Athanasius was chosen as Archbishop of Alexandria. He remained in his archiepiscopal calling for more than forty years, although he was not on the archiepiscopal throne the whole time. He was persecuted by heretics through almost the whole of his life, particularly by the Emperors Constantius, Julian and Valens, by Bishop Eusebius of Nicomedia and many others, and by the heretic Arius and his followers. He was forced to hide from his persecutors in a well, a grave, private houses and the deserts. Twice he was forced to flee to Rome. Only just before his death did he have a peaceful period as a good shepherd with his flock, which truly loved him. There are few saints who have been so callously slandered and so criminally persecuted as St Anthanasius. But his great soul endured all with patience for the love of Christ and at last emerged victorious from all these terrible and lengthy struggles. He often went to St Antony for advice and moral support, revering him as his spiritual father. He suffered greatly for the truth, until the Lord gave him rest in His kingdom as His faithful servant, in the year 373.

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Type of icon: Orthodox Icon#: 11502
Size: 7 1/2 x 8 3/4
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Type of icon: Orthodox Icon#: 11503
Size: 6 1/4 x 9 1/2
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