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Ikonen van de heilige Ephraim (de Syriër)

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Of all Lenten hymns and prayers, one short prayer can be termed the Lenten prayer. Tradition ascribes it to one of the great teacher. Byzantine Icons, Byzantine Art, Religious Icons, Religious Art, Art Icon, Catholic Saints, Orthodox Icons, Sacred Art, Angels

Icons of the Venerables 1

Check out our Bible Illustrated project! [youtube channel] [site] [facebook] [patreon] Venerables galleries: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 [next 10] Back to Venerables galleries Back to the Main Page St. Athanasius the Great St. Genevieve St. Ephraim the Syrian St. Maximus the Confessor St. Wilfrid Ss. Cyril and Methodius Saint Paisius Velichkovsky (painted by Olga Dymova, copy presented in the book "Преподобный Паисий Величковский") Saint Seraphim of Sarov with Life St. Seraphim of Sarov Saint…

 Ephraim of Nea Makri by Alfredo Efraim Augello New Saints, Best Icons, Byzantine Icons, Orthodox Christianity, Art Icon, Orthodox Icons, Christian Art, Religious Art, Religion

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'Blessed the one who has become a good ploughman of the virtues and raised a harvest of fruits of life in the Lord, like a ploughed field bearing wheat. Ephrem of Syria Religious Images, Religious Icons, Religious Art, Byzantine Icons, Byzantine Art, Saint Esprit, Russian Icons, Religious Paintings, Religion

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St Efraim of Nea Makri by Julia Bridget Hayes

St Efraim of Nea Makri Painting by Julia Bridget Hayes

 Ephraim: Called the Sweet-Singer, the Melodist. Syrian known for his writings and for the introduction of hymns in public worship; creator of the Nisibeian hymns and canticles. Doctor of the church. Orthodox Christianity, The Shepherd, Guardian Angels, Orthodox Icons, Religious Art, Christian Faith, Catholic, Religion, Sports

Icon of St. Ephraim the Syrian - 20th c. - (1EP11)

Description 4 Reviews St. Ephraim the Syrian (June 9, 373 or 379) Commemorated January 28 St. Ephraim was born around the year 306, in the city of Nisibis (the modern Turkish town of Nusaybin, on the border with Syria). It is thought that both his parents were part of the growing Christian community in the city. It was a time of great religious and political tension. The savage persecution and martyrdom of Christians under the Roman Emperor Diocletian were an important part of church…