Oldest known Orthodox Icon of Christ written in the 6th Century at Mt Sinai Monastery. The perspective in an Icon is made from the viewers point of view.  It is as if you are looking at the Bible Jesus is holding, you are part of an Icon in this way. Nice

Oldest known Orthodox Icon of Christ written in the Century at Mt Sinai Monastery. My favorite Jesus- cover the right face you have the Jesus of mercy. Cover the left face you have the Jesus of justice. Justice and Mercy but the same Son.

The Nativity. Beautiful. #Catholic #Orthodox #Christianity #Jesus Virgin #icons #art                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Orthodox Christmas Traditions

Tonight we take a break from the series I was posting to celebrate the Advent Season and the joy and even doubts that can be caused by Jesus coming into our lives. Above is the nativity icon of the…

One of the most beautiful Orthodox icons of Jesus that I have ever seen Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, have mercy on me, a sinner!

simplyorthodox: “ One of the most beautiful Orthodox icons of Jesus that I have ever seen… Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, have mercy on me, a sinner!

greek orthodox icons | Christ as High Priest , Greek Orthodox Icon , 17th century , Byzantine ...

Buy or license direct from the photographer this stunning image of : Christ As High Priest , Greek Orthodox Icon , Century , Byzantine And Chris .

Resurrection Orthodox Icon » Mounted Orthodox Paschal Icons » ArchangelsBooks.com

Resurrection - rather than condemning his fallen children, Adam and Eve, Christ emerges victorious from the grave, clasping their hands and bringing them up to new life.

Icon by Isaac Fanous, St Peter and St Pauls Coptic Orthodox Church

Icon by Isaac Fanous, St Peter and St Pauls Coptic Orthodox Church Más

Coptic Orthodox icon of the Holy Prophet Jonah

Today Our Coptic Orthodox Church starts the Fast of Nineveh , God Bless all of you [IMG]

Goal #7: Renew my strength in Him and be vigilant over our family's spiritual life, starting with my own. Partake in the sacraments, namely Confession and Holy Communion. Pray without ceasing.

What Christian Denomination Should You Actually Be a Part Of?

Jesus walking on water and pulling Peter out of the water when his faith started to weaken - Orthodox icon “You of little faith,” Jesus said, “why did you doubt?

Pinterest
Search