Did Christ say, I am God, worship me? (29)

Did Christ say, I am God, worship me? By: House of God’s Love While I was walking to the monastery, I met the only person who answers my questions and comforts me when I am troubled by my own thoughts. Today, I am really troubled by a sudden question that popped into my head, which […]

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Trinity and Oneness and the Incarnation (20)

Trinity and Oneness and the Incarnation   Introduction Lord Jesus Christ, glory be to Him, told His disciples, “and you shall be witnesses to Me.” (Acts 1: 8) This witness is based on two main pillars: first, bearing witness to the true doctrine, and second, bearing witness through Christian behavior. It is not possible to […]

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The Youth Power Secret (1) (16)

The Youth Power Secret (1) (15)   Introduction Masturbation or youth habit is one of the things that fight young people fiercely at the most important period in their lives and make them feel inferior and separate from God. But the truth is that God is kind and condescending, and looks at the sinner as […]

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How to pray- The prayer response secret (2) (14)

How to pray- The prayer response secret (2) (14)   Introduction Why are some people’s prayers answered, while others don’t!! as if they don’t pray, or pray to another God who doesn’t respond?! There is a secret in prayer’s responding: 1st: Expectation. 2nd: Patience. Patience is important not only in the spiritual life, but in […]

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How do I work with God? The principles of work (1) (11)

How do I work with God? The principles of work (1) (11)  By: House of God’s Love   Introduction The Lord Jesus’ last command to his Disciples and us is to preach the Gospel (Mark16:15) and to tell of redemption, forgiveness, eternity and reconciliation with God. Jesus shed his blood for the salvation of the […]

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Coptic art in the Coptic museum

Coptic art in the Coptic museum Coptic art began to emerge in Egypt around 300 A.D. In form, style, and content it was quite different from the art of Pharaonic Egypt. How’ did this come about? Broadly speaking, there were two causes. The first is that indigenous Egyptian art had been in contact with the […]

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Shenoute’s Place in the History of Monasticism

Shenoute’s Place in the History of Monasticism A LITTLE MORE than 1,500 years ago, inside the massive church whose ruined hulk has come to be known as the White Monastery (Arabic Dayr al-Abyad), on an occasion near the middle of the fifth century when the monastery’s longtime leader Shenoute was about one hundred years old, […]

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The Coptic Life of Shenoute

The Coptic Life of Shenoute THE COPTIC LIFE of Shenoute is best known in its Bohairic version. In Bohairic, a virtually complete version of the Vita Sinuthii, that is the Life of Shenoute, has come down to us. It gives an account of Shenoute’s life from his birth to his death and is attributed to […]

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