Shall I sing Thy praise as my Son and my God

As the Virgin and Mother saw that conception past finding out, and the inexplicable birth, she was amazed; 

and while rejoicing and weeping both together, she said to Him: 
Shall I give my breast to Thee Who sustainest the universe? 
Shall I sing Thy praise as my Son and my God? 
And what name shall I find wherewith I may address Thee, O Lord my God, Who canst not be named?


Post a Comment


"As the Prophets saw, as the Apostles taught, as the Church has received, as the Teachers express in dogma, as the inhabited world understands together with them, as grace illumines, as the truth makes clear, as error has been banished, as wisdom makes bold to declare, as Christ has assured, so we think, so we speak, so we preach, honoring Christ our true God, and his Saints, in words, in writings, in thoughts, in sacrifices, in churches, in icons, worshiping and revering the One as God and Lord, and honoring them because of their common Lord as those who are close to him and serve him, and making to them relative veneration. This is the faith of the Apostles; this is the faith of the Fathers; this is the faith of the Orthodox; this faith makes fast the inhabited world."
Powered by Blogger.