Easter Homily

"Come you all: enter into the joy of your Lord. You the first and you the last, receive alike your reward; you rich and you poor, dance together; you sober and you weaklings, celebrate the day; you who have kept the fast and you who have not, rejoice today. The table is richly loaded: enjoy its royal banquet. The calf is a fatted one: let no one go away hungry. All of you enjoy the banquet of faith; all of you receive the riches of his goodness. Let no one grieve over his poverty, for the universal kingdom has been revealed; let no one weep over his sins, for pardon has shone from the grave; let no one fear death, for the death of our Saviour has set us free."       

~ St. John Chrysostom


elizabeth said…
Christ is Risen! blessed Easter to you; I love this homily; it is ready every Pascha...

love the picture of your table! Blessings on your bright Easter season!
Laura Taylor said…
Your art (heart) inspires me.
Di said…
Laur, have you read the entire homily? It is fabulous. You can find it here:

Miss you,

Elizabeth, one of these years I long to be a part of the whole Holy Week liturgy at our local Russian church. Maybe next year, Lord willing. Blessed Holy Week to you.

The Prude said…
Isn't it a delight to know the life of a Christian is one of joy and feasting and abundance and peace, not judgement and denial and stinginess and shame?
Di said…
Anita, I sure wish I had learned that earlier in my Christian life (esp. earlier in my Christian PARENTING life.)

Joy! Feasting! Abundance! Peace! Now that is worth talking about.


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