We learn to pray. A short prayer book for beginners
Item: 22401Format(mm): 100*3*145Number of pages: 64Year of publication: 2019ISBN: 978-5-93313-220-2Publisher: LeptaCover type: softPaper: whiteThe author-compiler of this prayer book is Archpriest Alexander Soyuzov. The temple where he serves is located at...
Number of pages: 64
Year of publication: 2019
Cover type: soft
The author-compiler of this prayer book is Archpriest Alexander Soyuzov. The temple where he serves is located at the hospital, and it was from the place of his ministry that the idea of just such a meeting of prayers was born. It is tiring and rather difficult for people who are new to beginners, who make their first attempts to communicate with God, and especially those who are still suffering from some bodily illness at that moment, to perceive the full morning and evening rule with attention and trepidation. Therefore, the priest compiled such an abbreviated prayer book, and for a better understanding of prayer work, he preceded it with answers to questions about prayer, which parishioners ask him more often than others. The book was prepared according to the pre-revolutionary edition of 1915 and supplemented with several prayers, for example, the prayer of the Optina elders. At the end of the brochure, readers will be able to get acquainted with the church of St. Agapit of the Caves, where Fr. Alexander Soyuzov. In the publication, in addition to the text of prayers, readers will also find an image of the miraculous icon of the Mother of God of Vladimir, as well as an icon of the Savior, painted in the fifteenth century by the great Russian icon painter St. Andrei Rublev.