Entries by Hiwot M

“Son of man, take the brick and lay it at front; draw icons of the city of Jerusalem and surround it” (Ezek. 4፡1)

There are things to keep in mind when using Holy Icons for prayer and various services. It is important to keep it in a proper place so that it does not get damaged and blurred. The owner of the icon describes the picture, illustrating God or Holy, Righteous or Martyr due reverence and worship shall be given. Artists to help the laities know and worship the rightful owners of the painting they must also draw the icon they are painting.

Let us shield the true Orthodox Tewahdo Religion!

Historical inscriptions revealed about heresies of generations haunting our Orthodox Tewahdo Religion; as today’s enemy forces execute their scam in implicit and overtly enforcing violence and massacres. Especially these days, the forces are burning down Churches and murdering laities to demolish Christianity and expand Islamism.

Social Life

Social life is the base for peace, love, unity, care some, reverence, sustenance; being fence for eternal…..

Orthodox Spirituality

Christianity is a way of life. Its path is also a way of salvation and holiness that leads to eternal glory. To become a Christian is to be a member of the Church where a man is baptized on the 40th and women 80th day after birth accordingly. That is to be born again by the Holy Spirit. Our Lord has said this: “Verily, verily, I say unto thee, except a man is born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God.” (John 3:3)

The Holy Cross and its Celebration

The Meskel Holiday is celebrated on Meskerem 17 (27th of September) and Megabit 10 (19th of March). The word Meskel means, Cross and the feast commemorates the finding of the True Cross by St. Helena.

The Holy Cross and Helena

On the 17th of Meskerem (27th of September) of every year, we celebrate the Feast of the Cross. This is when we remember the appearance of the glorious Cross of Jesus Christ, our Lord. After Jesus was crucified, many miracles were done near Jesus’ grave.