“The eyes of all look to you” (Psalm 145:15)

Our Hope is on Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ; so, we must deem his birth, baptism, suffering, crucifixion, death, and resurrection. We must also fast and pray the fast of Prophets acknowledging that he is our hope of salvation.

The Fast of the Prophets

Merit by the grace bestowed upon them, Prophets in the Old Testament foretold the coming of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, Salvation of mankind with His coming, His birth from the Virgin and baptized in the Hands of Saint John, suffer and be crucified upon the cross. They yearned for the His revelation and awaited for the fulfillment of the prophecy, fasting and praying…

Serbian Orthodox Church, Patriarch Irinej, has died of Corona Virus

Patriarch of the Serbian Orthodox Church, His Holiness Abune Irinej, has died after being tested positive for the Corona Virus.

Annual Feast of Archangel Saint Michael

The mighty Saint Michael as Saint Peter said in his Epistle, “Who is gone into heaven and is on the right hand of God; Angels and authorities and powers being made subject to him” was throne as an Archangel upon all the angels after defeating Enemy Satan.

Pray for Peace!

Peace does not come from us but from God; prayer and worship are the only ways to reach into that peace; but, those against it and prayers, perpetrate hate, division and violence.

“I was glad when they said to me; let us go into the house of the LORD” (Psalm 122:1)

The House of the LORD, Holy Orthodox Incarnation Church has her origin with Lord Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit. Orthodoxy the faith of the Church, derivate in the Apostolic Community called into being by Lord Jesus and enlivened by the Holy Spirit.


Humans within life struggle and in the march of events stuck beneath enemy scam and attack. Vitally, their careful attention is the way of salvation. “Perspicacity, being the healthy and unerring assessment of concepts and things enables people to arbitrator properly in terms of time, manner, place, and occasion and always in terms of edification. It consents to identify imminent developments before they occur and thus to avoid the harm they might cause.”


The desire in our heart urging for the possessions from our thoughts is what leads to our spiritual triumph or failure. Humans have the nature within, yarning to consume. Good desires leads to spiritual consumption while the bad one tempts and pressures in to devious thoughts and deeds.

“Be not afraid, only believe” (Mark 5:36)

It is certain all of us have experienced the pain and despair of illness to some degree. Even with a simple common cold, we wish we could be immediately healed of our aches and congestion. Sickness is not the only thing we wished to be delivered from. Hardships and difficulties, whether financial or relational, are hardly ever welcome in our lives…

“When the dead is at rest, let his remembrance cease” (Sirach 38:23)

Every human being’s body depart from his soul, at his death is his day of judgment. For all the good and evil deed, shall be rewarded or punished standing before the creator; God. Fortunate, for the righteous, as they pleased their heavenly father and merit eternal life. But, inopportune for the heresies for they have disappointed the Lord facing ceaseless darkness and fire.