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== HOMILY I  ==
 
== HOMILY I  ==
  
 
===An allegorical interpretation of the vision described in the prophet Ezekiel ===
 
===An allegorical interpretation of the vision described in the prophet Ezekiel ===
[[H1property2::1-- THE blessed prophet Ezekiel relates a glorious and inspired vision or apparition which he saw, and his descrip- tion is that of a vision full of mysteries unspeakable. He saw in the plain a chariot of Cherubim, four spiritual living creatures. Each living creature had four faces, one the face of a lion, another the face of an eagle, another the face of a calf, and the fourth the face of a human being. To every face there were wings, so that there were no hinder parts to any of them.  
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{{#set: homily{{#vardefine:n|{{#expr:{{#var:n}}+1}}}}{{#var:n}}=1-- THE blessed prophet Ezekiel relates a glorious and inspired vision or apparition which he saw, and his descrip- tion is that of a vision full of mysteries unspeakable. He saw in the plain a chariot of Cherubim, four spiritual living creatures. Each living creature had four faces, one the face of a lion, another the face of an eagle, another the face of a calf, and the fourth the face of a human being. To every face there were wings, so that there were no hinder parts to any of them.  
  
 
Their backs were full of eyes ; their bellies likewise were thick set with eyes ; there was no part about them that was not full of eyes. There were also wheels to every face, wheel within wheel. In the wheels there was a Spirit.
 
Their backs were full of eyes ; their bellies likewise were thick set with eyes ; there was no part about them that was not full of eyes. There were also wheels to every face, wheel within wheel. In the wheels there was a Spirit.
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who rode upon them. Wheresoever He chose to go, it was with face forward.  
 
who rode upon them. Wheresoever He chose to go, it was with face forward.  
  
Beneath the Cherubim he saw as it were a man's hand supporting and carrying.  
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2-- And this that the prophet saw was in substance true  
 
2-- And this that the prophet saw was in substance true  
  
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adorns her thus with spiritual beauty ; for it says, the hand  
 
adorns her thus with spiritual beauty ; for it says, the hand  
 
of a man was under the Cherubim, 4 because He it is that is  
 
of a man was under the Cherubim, 4 because He it is that is  
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3-- The four living creatures which bore the chariot were  
 
3-- The four living creatures which bore the chariot were  
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that cry to Him night and day ? Yea, I say imto you,  
 
that cry to Him night and day ? Yea, I say imto you,  
 
He shall avenge them speedily * To whom be glory and  
 
He shall avenge them speedily * To whom be glory and  
power for ever. Amen.  
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== HOMILY II  ==
 
== HOMILY II  ==
 
===Concerning the kingdom of darkness, that is, of sin, and that God alone is able to take away sin from us, and to deliver us out of the bondage of the evil prince . . . . 12 ===
 
===Concerning the kingdom of darkness, that is, of sin, and that God alone is able to take away sin from us, and to deliver us out of the bondage of the evil prince . . . . 12 ===
 
  
1-- THE kingdom of darkness, the evil prince, having taken  
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man captive at the beginning, enveloped and clothed the  
 
man captive at the beginning, enveloped and clothed the  
 
soul in the power of darkness, as a man might clothe  
 
soul in the power of darkness, as a man might clothe  
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darkness, and bestows upon them His own light and His  
 
darkness, and bestows upon them His own light and His  
 
own kingdom. To Him be glory and might for ever.  
 
own kingdom. To Him be glory and might for ever.  
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== HOMILY III  ==
 
== HOMILY III  ==
 
===That the brethren ought to live in sincerity, simplicity, love, and peace with each other, and to carry on contest and war in their inward thoughts . ..... 16 ====
 
===That the brethren ought to live in sincerity, simplicity, love, and peace with each other, and to carry on contest and war in their inward thoughts . ..... 16 ====
 
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1-- THE brethren ought to dwell together in much charity,  
 
1-- THE brethren ought to dwell together in much charity,  
 
whether they are praying, or reading the scriptures, or doing  
 
whether they are praying, or reading the scriptures, or doing  
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and struggle is not an unequal one. Let us glorify the  
 
and struggle is not an unequal one. Let us glorify the  
 
Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost for ever. Amen.  
 
Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost for ever. Amen.  
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== HOMILY IV  ==
 
== HOMILY IV  ==
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===Christians ought to accomplish their race in this world with heed and care, that they may gain heavenly praises from God and angels. ===
 
===Christians ought to accomplish their race in this world with heed and care, that they may gain heavenly praises from God and angels. ===
i. WE who wish to achieve the life of Christianity with any  
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great thoroughness must before anything else cultivate with  
 
great thoroughness must before anything else cultivate with  
 
all our might that faculty of the soul which discerns and  
 
all our might that faculty of the soul which discerns and  
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guidance of his eye, passes those difficult places with great  
 
guidance of his eye, passes those difficult places with great  
 
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TRANSLATIONS OF CHRISTIAN LITERATURE FIFTY SPIRITUAL HOMILIES OF ST. MACARIUS THE EGYPTIAN A, J. MASON, D.D. GENERAL EDITORS: W. J. SPARROW-SIMPSON, D.D., W. K. LOWTHER CLARKE, B.D. SERIES I GREEK TEXTS

FIFTY SPIRITUAL HOMILIES OF ST. MACARIUS THE EGYPTIAN

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HOMILY I

An allegorical interpretation of the vision described in the prophet Ezekiel

HOMILY II

Concerning the kingdom of darkness, that is, of sin, and that God alone is able to take away sin from us, and to deliver us out of the bondage of the evil prince . . . . 12

HOMILY III

That the brethren ought to live in sincerity, simplicity, love, and peace with each other, and to carry on contest and war in their inward thoughts . ..... 16 =

HOMILY IV

Christians ought to accomplish their race in this world with heed and care, that they may gain heavenly praises from God and angels.