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Wednesday December 27th, 2006 - Prayer of the Week taken from the Nativity Service

Let us pray to the Lord. Lord have mercy.

What shall we offer you, O Christ, who for our sakes have appeared on earth as a man? Every creature made by You offers You thanks, the angels offer You a hymn; the heavens a star; the Magi gifts; the Shepherds, their wonder; the earth its cave; the wilderness, the manger; and we offer You a Virgin Mother. Pre-eternal God, have mercy on us!

Thursday December 14th, 2006 - Prayer of the Week on Luke 17: 11-19

Let us pray to the Lord. Lord have mercy.

O Lord You healed the ten and only one returned to give thanks. Because of his common courtesy he was made well. We will be confronted some day with physical sickness which will eventually lead to our death. We call out to You in prayer, have mercy on us and prepare a place for us in Your kingdom. When that day comes, grant that we will be made well for we do give thanks for all that You have done for us. We pray in the name of the Father Son and Holy Spirit. Amen.

Wednesday December 6th, 2006 - Prayer of the Week in memory of St. Nicholas

Let us pray to the Lord. Lord have mercy.

Oh Holy St. Nicholas Pray to God for us sinners

The companies of patriarchs and apostles, the assembly of martyrs and gathering of prophets, the whole army of ascetics unite and call your divine way of life blessed! We join them to call out to you: Never cease to pray to the Lord to us that we may be delivered from all harm! (Taken from the service to St. Nicholas)