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No one of the energnmens, he used to Let by saying he used send to Again, send out those who were possessed with demons, and those who were possessed with disgraceful passions. Again, by are not able to make sup saying Let no one of those 10 w>/io plication with ns, he used to send out both classes of peni But by that other thing which he said, Take know ledge of one another, he would strictly charge them that none of those five classes should remain among them; since tents. 15 they were not worthy to tarry for the seeing and partaking of the secret and holy mysteries.
Which the deacon says , And we say that He urges the people - - [before^ the Gospel. to fol. ; , I "Lo, bring you this day good tidings of great and according to that: "How beautiful on the mountains are the 1 Cf. e. feet of them that bring good tidings of George of the Arabs fol. "hymns and praises": but with technical connotation here. Luke II 10. TRANSLATIONS. ; for is (s-jz yysXiw) "gospel" interpreted "good tidings". On 1 LII 7: Rom. Is. 2 ~ the proclamation X of the deacon after the Gospel.
Concerning the proclamation the 2 upon the this step. - - The deacon to stand well, people by and proclamation purge their minds again from distractions and worldly cares, and to listen to those things which are said by the priest, urges 20 and to make supplication to God that they (themselves) may be accepted and answered, and to answer the words which 3 they are commanded to answer . Concerning the prayer of the Peace; and concerning 1 2 was Syr. parsdpa^ i. e. "easterns" use in in the I2th always employed M.